Free swimming autsim social story

I Can Go Swimming Social Story: 38 Pages

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I Can Go Swimming Social Story: 38 Pages

 Learning Life Skills  and appropriate behaviour is very important for our children. My son, Niam, Loves to go swimming.

When you stop to think, there are many small steps we take for granted when we go swimming, from taking a shower, to putting on our bathing suit, to swimming. Water and swimming classes can be scary but can turn into a wonderful experience. I based this social story on the place Niam attends swimming to help him and all others who need to learn swimming rules with visuals and simple sentences.

Swimming helped Niam loose weight! This social story is quite long but very detailed on the different steps. It is not numbered allowing you to add or take away sheets as necessary. 

Reading the social story will help reinforce expectations, steps and rules.

I hope this social story is helpful. Don't forget to leave a review!


Don't forget to check out Niam's beautiful artwork at He is an accomplished artist. Watch his story and know anything and everything is possible. His story will inspire your.

Remember make it fun.


 This is a great free ABA Resource, school education program, social story and free printable worksheet for your students as part of a home living program, parental resources and school program to reinforce important skills for children with Autism and other developmental disabilities.

 The resource can be laminated for longevity and used in the classroom or at home to help your child learn an essential life skill.

 Check out our other great social stories for teachers and students. We have many social stories you can download for your student.

 From our family to yours, we encourage learning and hope you enjoy these materials. I want to see all of our children reach their best potential.


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    social story

    Posted by LuAnn on 2022 Mar 26th

    This gave me a base to write a more specific story for a student who had a very traumatic experience in the pool area of our school.