Social Story: No Swearing (Printable PDF)

$3.97 USD
Social Story: No Swearing (Printable PDF) Social Skills - AdaptEd4SpecialEd
Social Story: No Swearing (Printable PDF) Social Skills - AdaptEd4SpecialEd
Social Story: No Swearing (Printable PDF) Social Skills - AdaptEd4SpecialEd
Social Story: No Swearing (Printable PDF) Social Skills - AdaptEd4SpecialEd

Social Story: No Swearing (Printable PDF)

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This simple social story gives you and your students the language and the visuals you need to talk about some of their trickiest behaviors to regulate!

This simple story is an effective behavior management strategy and can teach individuals on the autism spectrum (or other disabilities) how to behave appropriately in social situations.

This story 13-page social story describes why you shouldn't use swear words at school and the socially appropriate alternatives to using bad words.  

Direct social skills instruction is extremely beneficial to students with special needs.  This social story can be used before an upcoming event or read regularly.  

Print and bind into a book, or just read it digitally on any of your devices. 

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Kimberly Deaton

I provided this resource for a student with disabilities whose teacher was at her wit's end trying to teach him the appropriate vs. inappropriate settings for masturbating. With the support of this resource, the student reduced his masturbation activities in the classroom, alleviating stress for the student, teacher, and other participants in the classroom.

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Jenni Guthrie

This came at the most perfect time for one of my students on the spectrum who uses AAC. He responded so well to the story!

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MacKenzie Pfeiffer

This social story helped my students with knowing expected behaviors.

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Jaime De La Ossa

This is a great resource for at-home skill maintenance. I delivered this to my students' house to use while we are not in-class. If/when we return, I plan on using it in the classroom for direct social skills.

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Erica Egnew

This was a great visual support for one of my young men learning how to shave.