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Stopping In Traffic / At Red Light Social Story & Activities For Autism
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Stopping In Traffic / At Red Light Social Story & Activities For Autism

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Stopping In Traffic / At Red Light Social Story & Activities For Autism

 

A 18 Page resource.

1x Social Story

2x Story Boards With Traffic (Cars) already in place and traffic lights

2x Story Boards without Traffic in place

2x Car Picture Symbols (30 Total)

 

For many autistic children, having to wait at red traffic lights while travelling, or being in lanes of non moving traffic can be upset.

This detailed social story seeks to support autistic learners to understand why it is important to wait in traffic when there is a red light or a long line of traffic. It offers strategies the child can implement while they wait.

 

In addition to the detail Social Story, there are x 4 Story Boards together with x30 Assorted Cars picture symbols that you can use to support your learners understanding of the overall theme of waiting in traffic calmly.

 

The social story is created in a page by page format so you may include or exclude pages as you see fit and place them in which ever order you prefer. You can include or exclude pages as you see fit and place them in the order that suits your intended goal.

 

Use a laminator to ensure longevity of use.

 

Print and laminate each sheet of the Social Story, cutting down the center line there after. Attach book rings to create a book format.

 

Sit down with your child at a time they are relaxed and engaged. Read through the story and encourage any questions they may have. For students who may not be able to read, read the story for them and use the visual icons to help your child/student understand the different issues highlighted.

Ensure you keep your tone calm, relaxed and open to hearing/understanding any worries or anxieties your student/child may have. Use each page as a jumping off point for other worries your child may be feeling.