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This social story is helpful for children who are touching or hurting their peers instead of using their words. It covers using their words to ask for sensory accommodations and initiate interactions with peers. It also covers expectations for using their body during various social situations (sitting on floor, sitting at table, standing in line).
A social story for children who are verbal (are talking) but have trouble knowing what to say to initiate an interaction. (Editable version)
Many young children throw things. Children engage in behaviors for one of five reasons: escape, avoidance, to get something, to get attention, and for sensory input. If you are working
Strategies that older children can use to extend their conversations and make them longer (plus a link to a similar tool for younger children)
This worksheet will allow a child to write or draw what happened in a story that he recently heard. Then, the child can use the worksheet to help him retell