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I Can Be A Good Friend | Social Skills Story and Activities

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About This Product

Do you have a student or students who struggle to make or keep friends? Do they seem to not understand the behaviors necessary to make or keep friends? Do they expect others to play with them, even though they engage in challenging behaviors?

If so, this Social Skills Story may be just the thing to help!

Social Skills Stories use clear, concise language to break down information into small, explicit steps that help children understand what they should or should not do, in a given situation. 

Stories are a great way to teach important skills to children who are struggling to understand a particular social concept such as being a good friend.

Skill Builders combine a social skills story with one or more follow up activities and/or visual supports. These activities and visual supports help students build the skills they need, in order to use the information presented in the story more successfully. 

This Social Skills Story will help your student(s) gain a greater understanding of the specific behaviors needed to be considered a "good friend."

What's Included

Included Please Find 53 Pages:

Social Skills Story: {color version, great for keeping in the classroom for years to come}

Cover Choices: Boys, Girls, Group

End Page Choices: Boys, Girls, Boy/Girl

Coloring Book Companion: Black & white version, great to give to students to color while you read and also to take home for generalization

Skill Builder Activity 1: Good Friend Behaviors Check Sheet

Skill Builder Activity 2: Good Friend Behaviors Scenario Cards

Animated PowerPoint Story & Skill Builders: The same story {with group picture for cover and boy/girl end page} and both Skill Builder Activities, in a fun animated PowerPoint that is great for distance learning!

BONUS POSTERS:

"Good Friend Behaviors"

"Share"

"Be Kind"

"Take Turns"

"Say Please and Thank You"

"Keep Your Hands To Yourself"

Resource Tags

Social StoryFriendshipSocial SkillsSpecial EducationSEL