The special education resources on this page were authored by Watson Institute’s special education consultants and faculty.
These behavior stories may benefit your students. They can be downloaded, saved and edited to suit your needs. The * notation indicates the story is formatted in a Power Point presentation and the ** notation indicates a Power Point with sound narration. Each Power Point has animation included on each slide. Some occur automatically – some occur on a “click”. Feel free to send comments or questions to [email protected]
Beethoven Social Story (behaviors of concern: hitting, language, and pushing)
What Can I Do? (Preschool through 1st or 2nd grade)
What Should I Do When I’m Really Upset? (Preschool through 1st grade)
What Should I Do When I’m Really Upset (SIA DOG) – Preschool/Elementary; Special Interest Area (Dog); includes Power Card
Pictures to Request Help with the above resource “What Should I Do When I’m Really Upset?”
When I Feel Angry (Boardmaker Choices)
When I’m Upset I Can (Written Choices)
A Detective Story (Topic: Solving an issue when you’re upset)
Feelings and Anger (Topic: Coping skills to help when sad and to replace hitting, pushing. Template for personalized photos)
Feelings and Anger Clipart (Topic: Coping skills to help when sad and to replace hitting, pushing. Story completed with Clipart illustrations)
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