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Accepting Correction Social Story

Accepting Correction Social Story

Over 200 Free Science and Social Studies Resources- Perfect for the Homeschool Curriculum and Inquiry-Based Learning. Sign up today to get started!

Over 200 Free Science and Social Studies Resources- Perfect for the Homeschool Curriculum and Inquiry-Based Learning. Sign up today to get started!

Epic for Educators is 100% FREE for elementary school teachers and librarians in the U.S. and Canada. Sign up with your educator email and gain instant, unlimited access to thousands of high-quality fiction and non-fiction books (now including Spanish!), Read-to-Me books and educational videos.

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Epic for Educators is 100% FREE for elementary school teachers and librarians in the U.S. and Canada. Sign up with your educator email and gain instant, unlimited access to thousands of high-quality fiction and non-fiction books (now including Spanish!), Read-to-Me books and educational videos.

Free, printable "folder stories." Simple one page social stories that teach appropriate social skills and behavior. Great for your students with special learning needs, especially autism. Download these FREEBIES at: http://www.filefolderheaven.com/autism-tasks/folder-stories

Free, printable "folder stories." Simple one page social stories that teach appropriate social skills and behavior. Great for your students with special learning needs, especially autism. Download these FREEBIES at: http://www.filefolderheaven.com/autism-tasks/folder-stories

Safe Spot Poster - Freebie. Do you have an area in your classroom that you call the "time out" or the "chill out" area?? I like to call it "The Safe Spot." It's a small area where my students can go when they're feeling angry, sad, or confused. This freebie is a small poster I made to hang on the wall in my "Safe Spot" area.

Safe Spot Poster - Freebie. Do you have an area in your classroom that you call the "time out" or the "chill out" area?? I like to call it "The Safe Spot." It's a small area where my students can go when they're feeling angry, sad, or confused. This freebie is a small poster I made to hang on the wall in my "Safe Spot" area.

Conflict resolution but I would change it to 'if you are having difficulty working out a problem' -puts it on both parties to try to solve

Conflict resolution but I would change it to 'if you are having difficulty working out a problem' -puts it on both parties to try to solve

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