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I Can Ask For Help! Social Narrative - Social Story - Autism

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I Can Ask For Help! Social Narrative

*This is a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD*

Many students do not ask for help when stuck. This may be because they feel lost, anxious, embarrassed, overwhelmed, or they simply do not know how to ask. Use this high-quality social narrative to help teach students how to ASK FOR HELP and get UNSTUCK. Students need to be taught and encouraged to ask for help, and this social narrative does both.

This story helps students learn SELF-ADVOCACY skills from a young age. It can be used pre-K all the way through middle school. Self-advocacy is one of the most important skills students will need for success throughout their education and after high school. This story establishes a firm footing of self-advocacy. Use it with an individual student or with your whole class as a presentation via smartboard or projector.

THIS SOCIAL STORY COVERS:
• What are some reasons I may be feeling stuck?
• HOW do I get unstuck? I can raise my hand and ask for help.
• What WORDS do I use to ask for help?
• When I ask, my teacher (or an adult) helps me figure it out!
• I might not ask for help due to fear of being teased.
• I can ask a friend for help if it’s OK with my teacher.
• It is BEST to ask for help – when I ask, I LEARN!

Total number of pages: 8

*Also includes an ink-saving version with 2 images per page (totaling 4 pages).

Thank you for supporting your students with quality, evidence based strategies!

Brad at Student Strategies


Copyright Notice:

All files are for personal use only. You can print for your own personal use as many times as you would like, but files may not be shared or sold. Through this listing you are paying for my time and services relative to the creation of this social narrative. LEGO® and the lego characters and bricks are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this product.
I Can Ask For Help! Social Narrative

*This is a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD*

Many students do not ask for help when stuck. This may be because they feel lost, anxious, embarrassed, overwhelmed, or they simply do not know how to ask. Use this high-quality social narrative to help teach students how to ASK FOR HELP and get UNSTUCK. Students need to be taught and encouraged to ask for help, and this social narrative does both.

This story helps students learn SELF-ADVOCACY skills from a young age. It can be used pre-K all the way through middle school. Self-advocacy is one of the most important skills students will need for success throughout their education and after high school. This story establishes a firm footing of self-advocacy. Use it with an individual student or with your whole class as a presentation via smartboard or projector.

THIS SOCIAL STORY COVERS:
• What are some reasons I may be feeling stuck?
• HOW do I get unstuck? I can raise my hand and ask for help.
• What WORDS do I use to ask for help?
• When I ask, my teacher (or an adult) helps me figure it out!
• I might not ask for help due to fear of being teased.
• I can ask a friend for help if it’s OK with my teacher.
• It is BEST to ask for help – when I ask, I LEARN!

Total number of pages: 8

*Also includes an ink-saving version with 2 images per page (totaling 4 pages).

Thank you for supporting your students with quality, evidence based strategies!

Brad at Student Strategies


Copyright Notice:

All files are for personal use only. You can print for your own personal use as many times as you would like, but files may not be shared or sold. Through this listing you are paying for my time and services relative to the creation of this social narrative. LEGO® and the lego characters and bricks are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this product.

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