Social Skills & Stories
Social Skills Printables for Students with Autism & Similar Special Needs
These social skills printables will work well in your Autism Classroom for any students whose special needs include developmental delays or it may work for younger students in primary grades learning to develop social skills in Special Edcuation. #Specialeducation #teacherspayteachers
How to Apologize and Say Sorry Poster - Character Education
Promote empathy and apology of action with this "How to Apologize/Say Sorry" poster packet to support character education in your classroom. Improve classroom management, teach your students to use positive language, and build a safe and nurturing classroom environment. Includes 2 versions & parent letter.
Goodbye Letter (Worksheet) | Therapist Aid
This "Goodbye Letter" outline is a great tool for a child to use to express their feelings about their loved one who is dying. It isn't easy for a child, or even adults for that matter, to express their feelings in this unexpected experience. The outline can help the child feel confident in their feelings and facilitate the conversation about their feelings with an adult, who can help them better understand what is happening.
Social Story, NO HITTING (AUTISM/Special Needs)
Social Story "No hitting" has been tried and tested with my students. Social stories help a person with autism understand how to behave or respond in a particular situation using a visual guide describing various social interactions, situations, behaviours, skills or concepts. The goal of this Social Story is to share accurate social information and how to behave in them instances.
Friendly Letter Freebie
How to write a friendly letter- this free resource is awesome for both the teacher and student! Anchor charts to teach and student printables! It teaches the 5 parts of the friendly letter AND mechanics for a friendly letter. Love it!
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LEGO Bathroom Social Story Engage your students with this quality LEGO social story on bathroom routines. Social stories help students understand social norms and expectations and they MUST be simple, direct, and have meaning to the student. This social story helps students understand bathroom steps in a fun, meaningful way that makes sense to them, as students find the LEGO minifigures engaging and memorable.
Children and teens with learning disabilities sometimes have a hard time with social skills and behavior, including reading or communicating nonverbal signals. Apps can provide some high-tech support. Get recommendations from our mother-daughter app-testing team! #LD #ADHD #apps
6 Simple Strategies to Teach Social Skills When it Doesn't Come Easy
Teaching Social Skills to children who lack social understanding - this is a really great post, and focuses a lot on kiddos with Sensory Processing Disorders. Educate yourself - educate your child - repetition - stay calm - have PATIENCE!!