Thursday, March 14, 2019

Free Printable Social Story About Coping with Loud Noises

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You're going to love this free printable chewing social story for kids with autism that talks about how to cope with loud noises.

Automatic flushing toilets and those stupid hand dryers.

School bells and fire drills.

The buzzer at the end of a sports game.

They're all loud noises at the best of times, but sometimes even little noises can pile up together and result in...yep, you guessed it...a meltdown.

I know my son struggled with loud noises when he was younger and from time to time, he still gets overwhelmed by loud sounds. This free printable social story for kids is all about coping with loud noises.

Free printable social story for kids with autism about when things get too loud

About the Free Printable Social Story

This social story is all about how to cope when things get too loud. It offers up practical strategies that kids can implement when they get overwhelmed by loud noises.

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!

Download the Free Printable When Things Are Too Loud Social Story

This printable is 8 pages long and includes full color photos. To get your copy, simply click the link below.

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