How to Write Social Stories for Kids with Autism

The New Social Story Book: How to Write Social Stories

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Teaching kids on the spectrum social stories is an evidence based intervention for improving socialization, decreasing frustration, and increasing independence. The How to Write Social Stories: Illustrated Edition has been selected by "Library Journal" as Essential for all collections. Carol Gray's newest book will save you hours of time with this extensive collection of over 150 social stories.

Many of the stories are appropriate for late elementary to middle school students. The beginning of the book will introduce you to the methodology of social stories, how to write them, and introduce them to your students. This book contains a wide variety of social stories that teach everyday social skills and behavioral expectations.

Some sample stories include:

  • Mistakes Can Happen on a Good Day
  • It Was Fun but Now We're Done
  • Saying What I Think with Respect
  • Learning to Respond to Bullies
  • Telling My Teacher about a Problem
  • Fire Drills at School
  • Moving to a New Home
  • This Place Is Busy

Size: 8.5" x 12" x 1"

480 pages

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