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Going On A Plane / To The Airport
Going On A Plane / To The Airport
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Going On A Plane / To The Airport

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Going On A Plane For Autism Special Education

A 22 page social story talking about Going On A Plane and Going Through The Process Of The Airport.

This resource comes with a total of 3 Social Stories on the same topic with a differing word for plane - airplane - aeroplane. Print off the Social Story that uses your language preference for plane - airplane - aeroplane.

 

66 Pages in total.

Designed by an Autistic Educator for autistic children.

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.

Use a laminator to ensure longevity of use.

Print and laminate each sheet of the Social Story, cutting down the centre 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 steps involved.

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.

Use a laminator to ensure longevity of use.

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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.