Stealing ~ A Social Story for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
This is a social story with designed for students on the autism spectrum or students in special education who have trouble relating to specific social skills. - The story addresses the issue of stealing vs. borrowing. - Picture Communication Symbols included with the story for non-verbal students - Comprehension worksheet included - Great story for all ages. -Great morning meeting activity Hope you enjoy!
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Paragraph Writing - Hamburger Craft for Writing Informative Paragraphs
Teach kids how to plan, organize, and improve their informational (informative, expository, nonfiction) paragraphs with this delicious hamburger analogy. It works great in third, fourth, or fifth grade. Visit Enjoy-Teaching.com for free posters.
Beg, Borrow, Steal!: Worksheets- I made a behavior take home note worksheet for you to use for FREE. feel free to use, and check out my blog :)
Stealing Monitor: Tool to Discuss the Consequences of Theft
Parallel Lines cut by a Transversal - Printable Missing Angle Worksheets w Key
FREE!!!!! The purpose of this interactive lesson is to lead an open discussion with students on what stealing is. If you feel your students need more direction, then you can chose a short story to read to them about stealing, discuss it, then use this lesson as a follow up activity.
How To Steal a Dog
Great reading comprehension activies for How to Steal a Dog. These worksheets will do the teaching for you while students work independently in Literature Circles.
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