Our Making Green and Red Choices social story is designed to help children learn about making positive choices in a simple, engaging, and visual way that makes the information easier to understand.
With this social story, children will learn how to identify positive and negative choices through the use of the colors green and red. Green choices are positive and helpful, while red choices are negative and potentially harmful. This distinction is easy for children to understand and remember, making it an effective way to teach them about making good choices.
This social story is also great for children with autism, who may have difficulty understanding social cues and making appropriate choices. The clear and simple language, combined with colorful illustrations, makes it easy for children to understand the concepts and apply them to their own lives.
In this social story, we explain what a green and red choice is, give examples of both choices, and explain how people feel when these choices are made. We also included 2 review pages at the end of the book with 20 pictures for your child to decide if they are green or red choices + 6 picture cards.
This social story book is 8 1/2 x 11 with 15 pages + 6 picture cards (3 1/4 x 3 1/4)
both with editable text.
The old version of this social story is also included but is not editable.
I recommended you print this book on heavy card stock and use thick lamination then bind the pages together with coil, comb binding, or rings. You could also slip the pages into sheet protectors and insert them into a notebook.
I have included a ZIP file with a PDF and PowerPoint version along with a Microsoft Word document. Please make sure you have one of these programs if you want to edit the text.
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