Moving Social Story
Updated: 3/6/2019
Moving Social Story
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Social Stories for Young Children

By Shari Kurtzman

When approaching a big transition or a challenging activity, I often recommend a social story to help introduce an idea while providing language and support. Social stories were originally developed for children with autism spectrum disorder to provide education and language for social interaction they had trouble navigating otherwise. Though that was their initial purpose, I find them a useful tool to support any child.

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Storyboard Description

Moving Social Story - Use social stories to help kids with transitions!

Storyboard Text

  • We are moving to a new house in Israel!
  • I will help mom and dad pack up all our toys and clothes in boxes and suitcases
  • We will say goodbye to our friends in Boston. I'll miss them, but we can send pictures and video chat to keep in touch.
  • Then we will get on a plane and take a long trip. I will get to watch movies, play games, and sleep on the plane.
  • When we get to our new house, all of our boxes will be there and I'll get to unpack my toys! I will have my own room and a big backyard.
  • I will miss my friends and home in Boston, but I am excited for a new adventure with my family!