Learning Life Skills and appropriate behaviour is very important for our children. Some of you have written in and asked for a social story on kissing at school. My own son was used to kissing his therapists and teachers. When he was little it was cute and everyone loved it. As he grew older the habit became inappropriate. Other children may not know who they can kiss and when. Social skills and behaviour protocols we take for granted can be difficult for our children and they need to be taught. Hope your child enjoys this social story.
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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.
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Helpful to explain to elementary students re: personal space and appropriate touch
I needed this for a high school student who has a crush on a boy . they were starting to be a little inappropriate.
I like the social story. It is age appropriate for my client. I have adjusted the length and I am going to implement the first 8 pages. I like the colors and the symbols to represent the language.
I'm glad that I have found this resourse, and it's free. It was easy to print and laminate it right away. I always look for visuals for my students with Autism.
However, I had to cut the bottom part of each page off. Those symbols don't correspond to TouchChat buttons on my students' iPads, so those are confusing.