Thursday, April 06, 2017

Free Printable Social Story About Crossing the Street

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Looking for social stories? Then you'll love this free printable autism safety social story about crossing the street. It's perfect for kids with autism.

Safety is a concern for many autism families and crossing the street is definitely one area of safety that might need reinforcement with your kids.

This free printable social story about crossing the street walks your kids through the process. From looking both ways to holding hands to pressing the crosswalk button, this social story covers it all!

Free printable social story for kids with autism about crossing the street safely

About the Free Printable Social Story

This social story explains how to cross the street safely. It includes mentions of crosswalk lights as well.

I highly suggest laminating the social story for durability. You can use binder rings to keep the social story together or store it in a binder. As an alternative to laminating, you could use sheet protectors in a binder. Or if you find yourself printing off lots of social stories, then this binding machine is a lifesaver!

Free printable social story for kids with autism about crossing the street safely

Download the Free Printable Crossing the Street Social Story

This printable is 10 pages long and includes full color photos.

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Video Social Story About Crossing the Street

You can also watch the video version of the social story below:


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