Category: Manners

Manners at Home (Acorn: Oh, Behave!)

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Instead of telling your friends you’re in the can taking a leak, share something interesting about yourself. I believe I have at least 90% of the resources she has produced. She had no desire to play, even with her older brother. Rejected children typically have fewer options in terms of play partners and friends than do accepted children. We kids have a hard time remembering rules; rules at home, rules at school and rules when going out etc. These stories are easy to implement, easy to edit, convenient, printable and use visual images to describe the skill or situation in detail focusing on the key points or "social cues" This ebook of 50 Autism Social Skills Stories WILL be sent to the email address you use at the time of purchase in the form of a download. * Get the 10 Visual social story cards, sent to your address

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Good Manners: At Play, Home, and School (Way To Be!:

Carrie Finn

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Barbara Cain, $14.95 (JK- Gr.2) Eli’s Lie-O-Meter: a Story about Telling the Truth. CAVANAUGH: Well, thank you for that, Sheila. We are working on manners right now with my four year old—and we needed something a little beyond please and thank you. Kids with good social skills cope better under socially stressful circumstances. Saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ is just the tip of the iceberg. Instructors sequence pictures and students review them at the computer. Subjects covered are: getting ready for school, walking to school, waiting for the bus, riding the bus and arriving by car.

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The Best Belcher

Lynda Medlyn, Kelley Staudenmier

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Try to listen when others in the family have something to say. How can I convey that I value the friendship but don’t welcome the pitch?” While on Facebook I saw a friend had posted a political video. This is the way children learn adult table manners and etiquette and how to behave in adult company. Books abound that explain fears, kindness, sibling rivalry, making friends, not hitting, sharing, understanding differences and many other social-skills topics.

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I'm Feeling Mad (Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood)

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Bernette Ford & Sam Williams, $15.95 (ages 2-4) No Ordinary Apple: a Story about Eating Mindfully. Remember: Assertiveness is a learned skill, not a personality trait you are born with. This class includes interview skills, how to dress, table manners, how to treat a lady and more. Spontaneity, after all, is a great part of the pure joy of children’s play. Oh well, back again to that social convention issue that our children just never seem to get.

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