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Please Don't Run? Social Story: Pages 11

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Free Social Story Please Don't Run: This Package Includes : 11 pages


Many children teens and even adults with Autism or a Developmental Disability maybe runners. My own son Niam used to be a flight risk. I am happy to announce those days are behind us.  Teaching our children not to run can be difficult. I found myself always saying "Don't Run" either during or after the fact. I created this social story to be read to your child or with your child to discuss before an outing about not running and the dangers of it.  

We all know the dangers of running, and, I found as my son grew I could not outrun him. This is why tackling this issue is so important. Please don't take it lightly.


Pair this free social story " Please Don't Run" with some of our other great resources like Free Token Boards and Free Data Sheets to create a unique and personal program for your child.

Hope this books helps you. This book is available in a girls and boys version. The story is the same, but one story is for the boy and one story is appropriate for the girl.

This free social story can also be used as part of a reading program or behaviour management program.  Use the book to talk, ask questions and answer questions.

 This is a great 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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6 Reviews

  • 5
    This resource was perfect for my student!

    Posted by cynthia duquette on 2021 Feb 23rd

    This resource was perfect for my student! Thank you SO much!

  • 4

    Posted by C on 2020 Jul 27th

    I like it, but I am using it as a social story after the fact, as a reminder not to do it again. I havent been able to see a replacement behaviour within, so it could help to have more stories to do with what to do instead. I have 2 kids and know there are a variety of correct responses. Happy to have this at least.

  • 5
    Great tool for AU kids

    Posted by Stephanie Solis on 2020 Feb 2nd

    I am going to give a copy for the parents also.

  • 5
    Social Story

    Posted by Erica Lehr on 2019 Sep 8th

    This social story worked perfect for me. I was able to print it and bring it to an IEP mapping meeting with the parents, social worker, etc. to get everyone on board. Thank you for making tools that are easily accessible for classroom teachers!!

  • 5
    Just what I needed!

    Posted by Unknown on 2017 Sep 22nd

    This was just what I needed for a problem that keeps cropping up this year with a student! Thank you so much for a professional looking product. When I showed this to the student's classroom teacher she was so excited and loved the visual.

  • 5
    Nice social story

    Posted by Unknown on 2017 Sep 22nd

    This is a nice, general social story for students who run/elope. It is not specific to time, place or person. The pictures and text are very clear.