Playing Board Games Social Story

Printable social story for kids with autism about how to play board games

Social Story: Playing Board Games

A printable social story for kids about how to play board games!

This 14 page social story teaches kids how to play board games.

Like all social stories I write, full color photographs of real children are used instead of clipart. In my experience, full color photos are more relatable to autistic children, like my son, than clipart. Diverse children are included as much as possible so that every child feels represented. Written scripts are also given where needed to help provide the child with the language they need to be successful in the given social scenario.

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About this Printable Social Story

Here's what this social story covers:

  • A reminder that sometimes you get to pick the game to play and sometimes you don't

  • A reminder that board games have rules to follow and that you should try your best to follow them

  • What happens when the game is new to you

  • What you can do if you know how to play the game and others do not

  • What you can do if no one knows how to play the game yet

  • What to do when you forget the rules of the game
  • A reminder why you shouldn't break the rules

  • What following the rules means and a definition of cheating

  • What to do when it's not your turn

  • What to do when it's your turn to play

  • How to roll dice so it doesn't wreck the game

  • What to say when the game is done and a winner has been declared
*Note: This is a digital product.*

$5 US | BUY NOW!

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