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Social Story (Good Sitting and Listening)


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Social Story (Sitting in Class) - Behaviour management, self-awareness, self-calming, Autism, PSHE, SEN, social situations, social skills, story, stories

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  • Boy Version pdf
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  • 4 days ago

    Help an Autistc pupil respond to his environment.

  • 5 days ago

    help a child to join the class at carpet time

  • May 6th

    Visuals/social stories really help SEN kids they are also invaluable to EAL kids

  • Apr 29th

    helping a child to sit on the carpet quietly

  • Apr 23rd

    for teaching social skills to children

  • Apr 10th

    I teach in a separate setting classroom with several students with autism. Social stories are a great resource to help with daily living skills and to help teach appropriate behaviors

  • Apr 10th

    To support a child in social situations.

  • Apr 3rd

    To support a specific child in developing social skills.

  • Apr 1st

    To help my autistic son

  • Mar 11th

    To teach my ADHD student proper sitting in class. A self-monitoring skill

  • Feb 24th

    Exactly what I needed for my son!

  • Feb 17th

    To support a child within the class room to manage carpet time

  • Feb 1st

    A child with Sensory processing disorder in mainstream class

  • Jan 14th

    ASD K students in mainstream

  • Dec 16th, 2014

    new group rules

  • Nov 3rd, 2014

    For an ASD class

  • Sep 20th, 2014

    for my friend's child.

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  • May 2nd

    stick on the bottom of the interactive whiteboard so when the children come and sit on the floor they will see it!!!

Social Story (Good Sitting and Listening)

Social Story (Good Sitting and Listening) - A set of A4 sized prompt cards demonstrating a social story about sitting and listening properly in class. A great tool for teaching social skills to children with special educational needs.
This resource is available in Standard and Boy.

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