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Social Skills Story: Pushing: Editable (Printable PDF )

$ 3.97

Social Skills Story: Pushing: Editable (Printable PDF )

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Social skills are so important for kids to learn and this story is a great way to teach them about pushing.

It discusses safe ways to use your hands, what happens when you get mad and feel like pushing someone and some strategies you can use to stop yourself from pushing another person.

This story is 15 pages long and is editable so you can tailor it to your students' unique needs.
  • 15 Page Social Skills Story
  • Editable Text
  • Print and bind into a book, or just read it digitally on any of your devices.

P.S. If you like this book, you may be interested in checking out our full collection of Social Skills Stories.

Editable

Want to edit this book? 

Possibly add in a student name or change a picture? 📷

You can do that now! Just click the link in the back of the book and you'll be taken to an editable version saved in google slides! 💻

 

Customer Reviews

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Jessica Roberts Grant
Easy story for a difficult topic

Just what I needed! I have been looking for a story or template on how to address this subject for elementary school & finally came across this. Thank you! ☺️

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Amy K.
Extremely satisfied

This was a very effective tool to use with my student!

Thank you for your positive review of Social Skills Stories: Private Parts, Erin. I'm glad to hear that it was effective in helping your student. We appreciate your feedback and hope that you'll continue to use our Social Skills Stories in the future.

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Becky Ohler
Thank you!

I had students that needed to understand boundaries in a better way. I used it with my kindergarten students. They were engaged and enjoyed it. The seemed to understand the limits to their touching. We talked about when and where it was appropriate to place their hands on other students.

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The Exceptional Playground

Wonderful resource for students on the spectrum. Thanks!

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The School Psych Spot

I needed a social story quickly that addressed this topic because we were faced with an incident that needed to be addressed and this was perfect. Love that it was editable so I could add in some extra pages.

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