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!

Stealing ~ A Social Story for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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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.

Paragraph Writing - Hamburger Craft for Writing Informative Paragraphs

Grade 4 or Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly. Students will use the layers of the hamburger to create a paragraph. This is a fun activity that will be engaging to students because it is funny.

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 :)

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 :)

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.

Stealing Social Story and Discussion Guide

Ricky Sticky Fingers: Stealing Is Wrong, Empathy worksheet

Ricky Sticky Fingers: Stealing Is Wrong, Empathy worksheet

I do this activity after we read, "Ricky Sticky Fingers" by Julia Cook with students that have a hard time stealing things in the classroom.

Classroom Organization: Managing Student Absences. Great tips from a high school teacher on how to keep track of student absences and the work missed!

Make for geometry*Classroom Organization: Managing Student Absences. Great tips from a high school teacher on how to keep track of student absences and the work missed!

Cause & Effect lesson for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Cause & Effect lesson for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Back To School Activity - Soundtrack of My Life

Back To School - Soundtrack of My Life Activity

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