Visual Social Story Packet for Children with Autism: Friendship Set. This is a collection of 4 social stories about friendship. The stories included are: - It's Okay Not to Win - Standing Up for Your Friend - Saying Sorry - Sharing with Your Friends by theautismhelper.com
It's really sad when you don't speak to someone anymore who once had a very positive impact on your life but that's now a negative thing as they're no longer there and there's nothing you can do about it. It's a really bittersweet thing to move on with life because you can't avoid it but the more I think about it the more sad it seems and I don't like it. I wish I could speak to people I don't see anymore one more time to tell them how much they meant to me
Every year I read The Rainbow Fish (if I'm teaching primary) and do a writing/art project. They learn about being a good friend and sharing while I read the story and talk about it. Then we write sentences about what a good friend is and make a tear-art "rainbow fish" with a piece of foil for his shiny fin. My kids love the project and it's a great way to get them thinking and writing the first week back to school. :)
Being Kind to my friends - SOCIAL STORY for Kindergarten/Autistic students. A tried and tested strategy in behaviour management.Social stories help a person with autism understand how others might behave or respond in a particular situation. You can reinforce these ways to deal with behaviours by reading regularly in a one to one situation or as part of a group.