8 Social Stories for Expected Behavior in School

Children seated in a classroom while listening to their teacher

With the school year back in full swing, you may have encountered a number of obstacles so far.


With the school year back in full swing, you may have encountered a number of obstacles so far. When it comes to school, the rules that apply to home and other public spaces may shift and look a little different. This change can cause a disruption in what may have otherwise been a child on track with their behaviors. Try the following social stories to talk your child through what makes school different and what types of behaviors work for that environment!

When I’m Frustrated (Free)

Interrupting (Free)

Accepting No For An Answer (Free)

Hands To Myself (Free)

Quiet Mouth (Free)

Raising Hands (Free)

Using Good Words (Free)

Good Behavior in School Environments for Children with Autism ($3.00)

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