Back to School Social Stories for Making Friends, Following Directions, etc.
These making friends social stories are short and sweet and perfect for little hands! Use these back to school social stories to teach, review and support basic social skills. Your students will love reading about a wide variety of basic social skills in these easy to use books.
No-prep needed for these back to school social stories! There are 10 mini stories that are small in size and page count and PERFECT for your lower elementary classroom. Use these books to support social stories about following rules, making friends, saying sorry and more! You will find social stories for 10 common behavior/social challenges frequent in lower elementary classrooms.
Included with the back to school social stories:
- 10 social stories
- 10 coloring book companions
Use these social stories (following rules, making friends, saying sorry, and more) in your classroom to teach specific skills that are challenging your students, using explicit language that is easy to follow.
You can keep the color copies of these social stories (following rules, making friends, saying sorry, and more) for your classroom and send home the coloring book companions to promote generalization of skills as needed.
❤️These social skills stories are helpful for special education students with autism, ADHD, cognitive emotional or behavioral challenges, and regular education students in early elementary, who are learning and growing their social skills.
Included, Please Find: 43 Pages
Social Stories following rules, making friends, saying sorry, and more included:
✅Story #1 - I Will NOT Hit Or Push People
✅Story #2 - I Can Follow Directions
✅Story #3 - I Can Use A Talking Voice
✅Story #4 - I Can Pay Attention
✅Story #5 - I Can Be A Good Friend
✅Story #6 - I Can Be Flexible
✅Story #7 - I Can Use Good Personal Space
✅Story #8 - I Can Raise My Hand In School
✅Story #9 - I Can Clean Up My Mess
✅Story #10 - I Can Say, "I'm Sorry"
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