Holiday Social Stories & Visual Questions

The holidays can be confusing for our students. There are loads of schedule changes, two unexplained weeks off of school, and all kinds of new expected behaviors that your guys are just not ready for. This mini-resource is life saver this time of year. I just gave the two social stories to one of my in-home clients and got such an amazing response from his parents. They said he is already saying, “thank you” to everyone in preparation for getting presents. This pack contains two visual social stories to help children with autism through the challenges of the holiday season. One story is about Winter Break and the other story is about how to say Thank You. 

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This pack also contains 4 holiday themed visual questions with picture response options. These are great to use for students who have lower verbal abilities. 

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There is also a two page activity with questions about Santa that have visual response options.

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Snag this resource – Holiday Social Stories and Visual Questions – for your last week of school and be sure to send theses social stories home for winter break!


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