The New Social Story Book
The New Social Story Book The New Social Story Book | by Carol Gray | code: B61 | Over 150 of the most requested social stories that teach everyday social skills to children with autism or Asperger’s Syndrome, and their peers. It also teaches you how to write Social Stories. Comes with a CD containing each Social Story in ready-to-print PDFs AND easy-to-edit Word files! With the CD, you can customise story content and insert images relevant to your child or student’s individual experiences. An invaluable bonus!

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August 19, 2017
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