In this product are two social stories for students with Autism (ASD) who are noise-sensitive, triggered by loud noises/sounds.
The first social story is used to teach the student what he/she can do when there are loud noises. Students can learn about the acceptable coping behaviours they can do when they are upset. Hitting friends is not acceptable.
The second social story is used to teach the student on what happens when he/she hits friends.
The visual guide provided works by having the teacher guide the child through a step-by-step sequence on calming down by taking deep breaths, and squeezing hands.
This product contains 26 lower case clip cards, paired with photographs of objects beginning with the letter sound. It hones visual discrimination while improving fine motor skills.
It is suitable for the visual learner who learns best with concrete photographs! You could also begin to expose the learner to phonics - with beginning letter sounds!
The aim of this activity is for children to match the letter on each card to the corresponding letter out of 3 choices provided. Children clip a peg to show their answer.
Directions for use:
There are four clip cards on each printable page.
Print the each slide in colour, laminate for durabilty and cut each letter card out.
Store the cards in a zip-lock bag with enough household pegs to clip to each card.
This set includes the entire alphabet from the letter A to the letter Z!