Self Control

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]

It is Okay to Restart Your Day

What is Okay vs. Not Okay

Just Love To Draw

What Kids Expect – Personal Space and Rules

People Need Privacy

Bodily Functions

I Love to Sing

I Love to Sing*

Think It but Don’t Say it

Nose Picking

Nose Picking*

Nose Picking**

When It is OK to Laugh

Keep Hands Out of Pants

What Princesses Do About Hands in Pants

You Can Do It!

Rules and Laws

Self Control (elopement, pushing, throwing)

When There is an Emergency (What to do versus hiding behaviors)

Emergency Card (for elopement or other needs)

Superflex and Spider Man Can Help Me (Topic-talk nice and hands to self) (Interest Area Spider Man) (Characters based on Madrigal & Garcia Winner)

Expected Behaviors for Drawing (“Expected & Unexpected” inspired by M. Garcia Winner)

A Detective Story (Topic: Solving an issue when you’re upset)

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