Social Situation Turn Taking - Australia

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Social Situation Turn Taking - social story, taking turns, behaviour management

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  • Intentional teaching of turn taking for ASD children

    , Jul 13th
  • support individual or remind whole class about taking turns

    , Jul 10th
  • social skills training

    , Jul 6th
    • Hi coffeesnob,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jul 6th
  • To support turn taking

    , Mar 6th
  • social skills trianing

    , Jan 12th
A set of A4 sized prompt cards demonstrating a social story of how to take turns. A great tool for teaching social skills to children with special educational needs.
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