Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Free Printable Christmas Social Story About Seeing Santa

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Tips and resources to helps autism families navigate the holiday season

Looking for social stories? Then you'll love this free printable Christmas social story about visiting Santa. It's perfect for kids with autism.

Visiting Santa at the mall can be exciting, but it can also be extremely difficult for kids with autism or sensory issues. This free printable social story about seeing Santa will help teach your kids about what to expect when it comes to visiting Santa Claus at the mall.

I hope you find this social story helpful for your child!

Free printable Christmas social story for kids with autism about seeing Santa

About the Free Printable Social Story

This social story explains what happens when you go to see Santa at the mall or store. It describes waiting in line, smiling for the camera, how to answer Santa when he asks your child what they want for Christmas, and more.

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 Christmas social story for kids with autism about seeing Santa

Download the Free Printable Visiting Santa Social Story

This printable is 11 pages long and includes full color photos.

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