Super Sharer Social Story
Updated: 3/6/2019
Super Sharer Social Story
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Social Story Moving

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

Super Sharer Social Story | Use social stories for kids to help them with transitions and behavior!

Storyboard Text

  • I Can Be a Super Sharer!
  • I love playing with toys! Sometimes I want a toy another person has.
  • I can ask for turns when I want a toy. I say, "Can I have a turn please?" Or I can offer to switch for the toy I was playing with. I say, "Can we switch toys please?"
  • Asking does not mean I'll always get a turn. But that's ok! I can make another choice while I wait. I could read a book or draw a picture.
  • Waiting and sharing can be hard. I can always ask a teacher for help!
  • Be a super sharer!