SOCIAL STORY SKILL BUILDER || Pack 2 || For 3rd-5th
Social stories are a great way to teach children important social skills that they may be struggling with. Social stories break down social concepts into specific steps, teaching children what they should and should not do, by using direct and explicit language.
Included in this pack are 3 social stories that will teach children important perspective taking skills such as; respecting other's personal space and using kind and respectful behavior.
These stories were written for children 3rd-5th grade OR ability level. They may be helpful for children with special needs or for ELL children. They may also be helpful for any child who is struggling with a particular social concept.
Included in each story are skill building activities to help teach the skills needed to gain full benefit from the story.
Included Please Find: 89 Pages
Social Story: Understanding Personal Space
This is a story about how and why to respect other's personal space.
Social Story: My Thought Bubble Thoughts
This is a story about "thought bubble" thoughts, what they are and why we should keep some thoughts in our head instead of speaking them out loud for others to hear.
Social Story: Don't Yuck My Yum!
This is a story and activity about refraining from making negative comments when you do not like something that someone else does.
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