Autism/kindergarten No Hitting Social StoryIncluded in this unit are 3 sections.1 No Hitting - Social Story. This is the second No Hitting Social Story unit I've written, especially for pupils with more communication skills and understanding of the spoken word, You can reinforce by reading regularly in a one to one situation or as part of a group..2. "Who's being kind and who's being nasty" activity sheets.3.
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How do you help put healthy friendships in their hands? A great activity to work on social skills in your special education classroom. Read more at: http://corneroncharacter.blogspot.com/2015/02/friendship-is-in-our-hands.html
Inside Out Teaching Emotions Activities-Social Skills & Autism
Disney Pixar Inside Out inspired Teaching Emotions craft & Activities. LOVE the idea with the paint chips and words to visual for kids who need help describing how they feel. Perfect asperger's / autism tool and social skills group idea.
SOCIAL STORY - Being Kind to my friends - (Kindergarten/Autism)
Being Kind to my friends - SOCIAL STORY for Kindergarten/Autistic students. A tried and tested strategy in behaviour management.Social stories help a person with autism understand how others might behave or respond in a particular situation. You can reinforce these ways to deal with behaviours by reading regularly in a one to one situation or as part of a group.
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Inside Voice - SOCIAL STORY for kindergarten/SEN studentsA Social story accompanied by visuals help children with Autism and Asbergers behave appropriatly in class. Reading this story to the student or as a group is an effective and easy intervention for those behaviours you dont want to see.Dynavor Mayer-Johnson2100 Wharton streetSuite 400Pillsburgh, PA15203Phone: 1 (800) 588-4548Fax : 1 (866) 585-6260