Printable Social Scripts for Kids

These social scripts for kids with autism or hyperlexia are a great way to give your kids the language they need to effectively communicate their needs and carry on a conversation.

Kids with autism and/or hyperlexia benefit from scripting. It gives them the confidence to know what to say during given scenarios by teaching them expected - or appropriate - ways to respond.

The idea behind scripting is to give your kids the language they need to be successful in a variety of situations. And as they become more successful at implementing these scripts, scripting can be phased out.

Until then, however, you can use these printable social scripts to help.

They're like mini social stories that focus solely on phrases your child can choose to say during specific situations.

There are a range of topics covered in these social scripts from making friends, greeting others, asking for help, and so much more. And each booklet offers a variety of phrases that your child can use to explain what's going on, respond to questions, etc.

And the small size allows you to stuff them into a pocket or bag and take them on the go. That means, they're handy to take with you so that your child can practice these scripts in the right environments and situations as needed.

Social scripts for conversational interactions

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Free Printable Social Scripts for Kids with Autism or Hyperlexia

You're going to love these free social story scripts! They're totally free. As you can see, they also cover a wide variety of topics. Even seasonal ones like trick-or-treating and receiving gifts.

Even More Social Scripts & Social Stories

Didn't see the topic you needed above? Try the social script bundle instead. There's plenty more topics inside the bundle.

Or if you need social stories with photos, be sure to check out my massive social story library.

Social scripts printables for kids with autism to practice and learn conversational language