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  • This digital social story teaches children what personal space is and what it looks like. It talks about respecting the personal space of others and asking for consent when wanting to be closer to someone else at school. It provides a framework if a child needs to ask for more personal space from someone else. It emphasizes that everyone’s safety and comfort matters at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Counselling
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Science and the Body
    • Problem Solving
    • Communication Skills
    • Life Skills
    • Self Regulation
    • Impulse Control
    • Classroom Management
    • Behavior Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
  • This digital social story talks about the importance of being calm and in control at school in order to be able to make good choices, follow the rules, and be safe. It provides simple strategies to help children calm down if they find themselves too excited or out of control. The self-regulation strategies in this story help children to display positive behaviour at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Safety
    • Counselling
    • Life Skills
    • Self-regulation
    • Behavior Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Social Responsibility
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story is for children who are learning to sleep by themselves in their own bed. It explains why sleep is important for the whole family. It describes the steps that children can take to prepare for bedtime. It covers what to do when children wake up in the night. It assures children that they will feel more comfortable sleeping in their own bed after some practice.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Physical Education
    • Science and the Body
    • Health and Wellness
    • Counselling
    • Feelings
    • Family
    • Life Skills
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Preschool
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story talks about triggers for anxiety. It lists signs and symptoms of anxiety. It covers coping strategies that children can use when they’re feeling anxious. It reassures children that it’s okay to feel anxious, and that they’re loved, strong, and capable.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Counselling
    • Health and Wellness
    • Feelings
    • Problem Solving
    • Self Regulation
    • Life Skills
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story encourages children to work hard and try their best at school, even when they don’t like the task or don't feel like working. It emphasizes following instructions, time management, focus, determination, and task completion. It explains to children that the reward for hard work is feeling pride in personal effort, learning, and accomplishments.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Organization and Planning
    • Life Skills
    • Career and Personal Planning
    • Self-reflection
    • Assessment
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Back to School
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story demonstrates to children the importance of being flexible. It explains that when we approach change with willingness and an open mind, change is easier. This story illustrates that things are often harder than they need to be when we are stubborn and resistant to change. It reasons that learning opportunities are missed and growth is difficult when we resist change. It assures children that it’s good to try new things, and that these skills will get easier with practice.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Organization and Planning
    • Health and Wellness
    • Counselling
    • Life Skills
    • Career and Personal Planning
    • Self-regulation
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story describes what happens when children have bad dreams. It teaches children that nightmares are normal and that everybody gets nightmares from time to time. It assures children that nightmares aren’t real. It gives children some strategies to try to help themselves feel better when they wake up from a nightmare.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Family Studies
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Counselling
    • Feelings
    • Problem Solving
    • Life Skills
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story highlights the importance of cooperating and listening to the teachers at school. It explains that teachers make rules and decisions to keep children safe and to provide all children with opportunities to participate and learn at school. It assures children that they will have some opportunities to make their own choices and decisions at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Back to School
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Safety
    • Life Skills
    • Behavior Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Building Community
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • ADHD
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story explains that friends are important for everyone, and that everyone has the potential to make friends. It recommends different ways children can reach out to others in a friendly manner so positive interactions occur and friendships form. It encourages inclusion and celebrates diversity.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Back to School
    • Counselling
    • Feelings
    • Health and Wellness
    • Communication Skills
    • Life Skills
    • Building Community
    • Diversity and Inclusion
    • Identity and Belonging
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story helps children identify when they might be having a bad day. It provides strategies for coping. It encourages children to keep things in perspective. It helps children understand that their feelings are only temporary. It assures children that everyone has bad days sometimes. It offers hope for a better day tomorrow.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Counselling
    • Life Skills
    • Self-regulation
    • Feelings
    • Behavior Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story teaches children that everyone has private parts. It explains that private parts are to be kept private at school. It outlines guidelines for children to keep their own parts private and to respect the private parts of others. It describes situations where children might need help with their bodies. It highlights the importance of seeking help if children find themselves in an uncomfortable situation.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Science and the Body
    • Physical Education
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Counselling
    • Problem Solving
    • Life Skills
    • Self Regulation
    • Social Responsibility
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story normalizes mistakes. It reveals that everyone makes mistakes and that mistakes help us learn and grow. It encourages children to try new things and to take risks.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Applied Design and Skills
    • Counselling
    • Problem Solving
    • Life Skills
    • Community Building
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story talks about expected and unexpected changes. It explains to children that it’s okay to feel uncomfortable during change. It assures children that they can adjust when changes occur, and that some changes can make things better.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Organization and Planning
    • Health and Wellness
    • Counselling
    • Life Skills
    • Career and Personal Planning
    • Self-regulation
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story teaches children about appropriate and inappropriate touching at school. It highlights the need consent for before touching other people’s bodies or property. It advises children to seek adult help if they see or experience touching that concerns them. It emphasizes the importance of comfort and safety for everyone at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Health and Wellness
    • Physical Education
    • Science and the Body
    • Counselling 
    • Life Skills
    • Impulse Control
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Classroom Management
    • Behavior Management
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story helps children understand the qualities of a good friend. It describes things that friends appreciate. It includes examples of behaviours friends don’t like. It encourages children to practice being friendly to maintain their positive relationships with others. It points out that friends make school a fun place to be.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Back to School
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Identity and Belonging
    • Diversity and Inclusion
    • Anti-bullying
    • Counselling
    • Feelings
    • Friendship
    • Valentine's Day
    • Life Skills
    • Communication Skills
    • Social Responsibility
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story helps children understand that they're part of a larger community at school. It explains the need to be patient. It emphasizes the importance of cooperation, sharing, and compromising with others. This story asks children to be responsible for their words and actions and to be considerate of the feelings of others. It explains that the teacher’s attention needs to be distributed fairly amongst the students in the class. It invites children to develop greater independence at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Health and Wellness
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Life Skills
    • Counselling
    • Feelings
    • Empathy
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Behavior Management
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story helps children understand that rules at school exist to keep the school community safe. It outlines rules in multiple settings and in different situations. It explains that everyone needs to follow the rules at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Safety
    • Health and Wellness
    • Life Skills
    • Back to School
    • Behavior Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Building Community
    • Social Responsibility
    • Self-regulation
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story helps children understand the difference between individual play and cooperative play. It teaches children the importance of participating, communicating, cooperating, and compromising with playmates. It encourages children to make positive contributions to the group.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Play-based Learning
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Communication Skills
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Feelings
    • Social Responsibility
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Behavior Management
    • Problem Solving
    • Applied Design and Skills
    • Life Skills
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
  • This digital social story teaches children the importance of being kind to others. It provides many examples of how to show kindness to others. It suggests that being kind is a good way to make new friends and to maintain existing friendships.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Life Skills
    • Counselling
    • Friendship
    • Feelings
    • Building Community
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Classroom Management
    • Social Responsibility
    • Kindness and Inclusion
    • Anti-bullying
    • Pink Shirt Day
    • Peace
    • Remembrance Day
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story assures children that it’s normal to feel unsure and nervous about trying new things. It suggests starting small and working up to larger new ventures. It explains that taking risks and trying new things is a part of learning and discovering new talents, passions, hobbies, and personal preferences.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Counselling
    • Health and Wellness
    • Personal and Career Planning
    • Life Skills
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story teaches children about saliva. It explains that spitting isn’t hygienic or friendly. It offers alternatives to dealing with saliva safely and appropriately.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Science and the Body
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Life Skills
    • Behavior Management
    • Self Regulation
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story teaches children about Terry Fox and his legacy, the annual Terry Fox run. It encourages children to participate in the activities on Terry Fox Day to support cancer research and raise awareness.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Physical Education
    • Science and the Body
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Social Studies
    • Community
    • Canadian History
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Life Skills
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story demonstrates how to ask for a break appropriately at school. It explains that a break comes after getting the assigned task done, or after a predetermined time has passed. It shows children examples of inappropriate behaviour. It assures children that taking a break is healthy and helpful.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Personal and Career Planning
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Communication Skills
    • Feelings
    • Self Regulation
    • Problem Solving
    • Life Skills
    • Behavior Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • ADHD
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story is helpful for children who have a tendency to hit, kick, or hurt others at school. It provides scripted language for children to use at school in various situations. It explains that words help us communicate with others and understand each other. It demonstrates how words help us solve problems. It explains that talking things through is preferable to getting physical and hurting others.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Communication Skills
    • Speech and Language
    • Health and Wellness
    • Counselling
    • Life Skills
    • Self-regulation
    • Classroom Management
    • Behavior Management
    • Problem Solving
    • Social Responsibility
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Preschool
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story highlights the importance of participating at school. It explains that classes at school engage in activities together as they follow the daily schedule. It shows children that participating in the activities affords them the opportunity to learn routines and concepts. It suggests that participating in school activities with peers is fun, and this helps children make new friends.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Back to School
    • Active learning
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Play-based Learning
    • Growth Mindset
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Life Skills
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Social Responsibility
    • Identity and Belonging
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story empowers children to take control of their thoughts. It demonstrates that positive thinking is productive and healthy, while negative thinking hinders success and leads to feelings of frustration and inadequacy. It suggests ways for children to practice using a Growth Mindset at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Counselling
    • Health and Wellness
    • Science and the Body
    • Physical Education 
    • Life Skills
    • Career and Personal Planning
    • Self-regulation
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story is helpful for children who have a tendency to hit, punch, or hurt others at school. It discourages children from using their hands to hurt others or to engage in unsafe or destructive behaviours. It highlights safe, appropriate, and friendly ways to use our hands.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Counselling
    • Safety
    • Feelings
    • Communication Skills
    • Problem Solving
    • Life Skills
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Self Regulation
    • Behavior Management
    • Social Responsibility
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story outlines the importance of listening at school. It explains that children need to follow their teacher’s instructions. It adds that children need to listen to each other. It invites children to think about how it feels when someone does not listen. It explains that sometimes children need reminders to listen to others, and that’s okay. It suggests taking a break to reflect and make positive changes as a strategy to help someone when they aren’t listening to others at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Communication Skills
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Self Regulation
    • Life Skills
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Behavior Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
  • This digital social story identifies things that are out of our control, and things that are in our control. It supports conversations about roles, rights, and responsibilities. It encourages children to focus on the things they can control. It empowers children to make choices and decisions that are right for them.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Counselling
    • Problem Solving
    • Self Regulation
    • Health and Wellness
    • Career and Personal Planning
    • Social Studies
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Equity and Social Justice
    • Life Skills
    • Community Building
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story helps children understand the purpose of communication at school. It prepares children to participate in conversations with friends and teachers. It covers basic conversation skills including looking, listening, and responding. It provides examples with language prompts.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Language Arts
    • Communication Skills 
    • Speech and Language
    • Counselling
    • Life Skills
    • Building Community
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story provides strategies to support children’s self regulation at school. It introduces an energy light as a visual tool that teachers can use to provide feedback to children throughout the day. It outlines steps to take at each colour of the energy light to support children as they learn to manage their energy and return to a calmer state when needed. It assures children that they have the potential to learn to manage their energy independently with time and practice.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Safety
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Counselling
    • Feelings
    • Self Regulation
    • Life Skills
    • Behavior Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • ADHD
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story helps children understand why their parents need to go to work. It outlines what children can do at daycare. It normalizes when children are feeling sad at daycare because they’re missing their parents. It assures children that their parents will come to pick them up once they’re finished at work.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Family Studies
    • Counselling
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Life Skills
    • Community
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Play-based Learning
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story differentiates between small, medium, and large problems. It provides children with examples of each size of problem and offers suggested solutions. It helps children determine when they can try to solve a problem themselves, and when they need to get help. It empowers children to be responsible problem-solvers at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Counselling
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Communication Skills
    • Critical Thinking
    • Problem Solving
    • Personal and Career Planning
    • Life Skills
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story helps children understand what being independent looks like at school. It addresses how to come into the classroom independently and stay on task throughout the day. It reminds children that they can ask for help at school, and that they can practice and get more independent over time.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Starting School
    • Fall
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Growth Mindset
    • Counselling
    • Health and Wellness
    • Problem Solving
    • Personal and Career Planning
    • Organization
    • Life Skills
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story is for children who have a tendency to cry at school, such as children who experience separation anxiety. When children cry at school, it makes their school experience even more challenging because they can’t participate or make friends. This story encourages children to be brave and to participate so that school becomes a more comfortable place for them to try new things, learn, and build positive relationships with their teachers and peers.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Health and Wellness
    • Life Skills
    • Counselling
    • Feelings
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Self-regulation
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Back to School
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Elementary Education
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story teaches children the importance of good sportsmanship during play with peers. It covers natural consequences that may occur after someone displays poor sportsmanship. It explains how to play games fairly and honestly to make the games fun for everyone. It emphasizes participation, cooperation, taking turns, following the rules, and friendly language.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Health and Wellness
    • Physical Education, Games, and Sports
    • Play-based Learning
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Life Skills
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story talks about the kinds of activities that typically happen at the carpet in classrooms. It teaches children what the behaviour expectations are at the carpet and how they can cooperate, participate, and contribute.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Back to School
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Life Skills
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Behavior Management
    • Self Regulation
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story empowers children to feel confident. It explains that no one is perfect. It assures children that they are unique and special. It encourages children to think about their positive qualities. It suggests that positive affirmations are a great way to build one’s confidence. It provides examples of positive things for children to say to themselves about themselves to build a stronger self-confidence.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Health and Wellness
    • Counselling
    • Feelings
    • Life Skills
    • Communication Skills
    • Career and Personal Planning
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story helps children understand that all living things die at different times, for different reasons. It talks about the process of grieving the loss of a pet and the importance of having someone to talk to and to provide emotional support. It suggests that with time, recovering from the loss of a pet gets easier, although the pet that died is always remembered.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Family Studies
    • Science and the Body
    • Counselling
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Feelings
    • Life Skills
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story assures children that there are adults at school that will look after them and help to keep them safe. It outlines who will provide supervision and support at different times of the school day. It reminds children that if they need help, there are people at school to support them.  This is a useful resource for children experiencing separation anxiety.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Health and Wellness
    • Counselling 
    • Safety
    • Life Skills
    • Problem Solving
    • Back to School
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story provides examples of things that can be loud. It provides children with strategies to try when they feel like things are too loud for them. It assures children that noise and associated discomfort is temporary.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Counselling
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Feelings
    • Problem Solving
    • Self Regulation
    • Life Skills
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story teaches children the importance of being honest at school. It covers natural consequences that may occur after someone is dishonest. It provides examples of honest behaviour and dishonest behaviour. It explains that telling the truth is important in building and maintaining friendships.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Counselling
    • Feelings
    • Life Skills
    • Communication Skills
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Classroom Management
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Building Community
    • Behavior Management
    • Elementary Education
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story discusses the importance of focusing at school. It encourages children to follow the instructions and to avoid distractions. It emphasizes the need to stay on topic during lessons and conversations. It demonstrates how focusing during assignments leads to good work habits and enables children to complete their tasks within the allotted time.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Back To School
    • Organization and Planning
    • Work Habits and Effort
    • Self-reflection
    • Assessment
    • Life Skills
    • Career and Personal Planning
    • Self-regulation
    • Time Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story teaches children about positive and negative influences at school. It includes examples of children who are being a positive influence and children who are being a negative influence. It cautions children to think before following what someone else is doing or surrendering to peer pressure. It provides strategies for children to try when they’re around someone that’s doing something that they shouldn’t be doing. It empowers children to make safe and healthy choices.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Peer Pressure
    • Counselling
    • Life Skills
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Career and Personal Planning
    • Self-regulation
    • Behavior Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Social Responsibility
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Social Studies
    • Critical Thinking
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story covers how to line up and travel around the school safely and responsibly. It emphasizes going to the back of the line rather than budging in front of others. It suggests taking turns being at the front and the back of the line. It describes safe and quiet walking in the hallway. It highlights safety on the stairs. It encourages children to show kindness and respect for others as they travel around their school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Back to School
    • Safety
    • Life Skills
    • Behavior Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story normalizes mistakes. It reveals that everyone makes mistakes and that mistakes help us learn and grow. It encourages children to try new things and to take risks.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Counselling
    • Communication Skills
    • Problem Solving
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Life Skills
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story supports children who are unaware of how their negative actions impact them socially. It helps children identify mean and friendly behaviours so they can reflect on their own behaviours and better understand why others might not want to be around them. It provides suggestions for alternative behaviours that are more positive and that draw others in. It assures children that they can make changes and that they still have a chance to make friends at school.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Counselling 
    • Communication Skills
    • Problem Solving
    • Life Skills
    • Back To School
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Behavior Management
    • Self Regulation
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Character Education and Virtues
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • ADHD
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story covers basic skills needed during play, such as sharing and taking turns. It emphasizes that play should be fun for everyone involved. It shows that play provides children with opportunities to make new friends.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Back to School
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Active Learning
    • Play-based Learning
    • Applied Design and Skills
    • Communication Skills
    • Problem Solving
    • Life Skills
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Social Responsibility
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Literacy Skill Development
    • Storytime
    • Special Education
    • Autism
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story invites children to feel confident in who they are and what makes them unique and special. It highlights the beauty of diversity and offers suggestions as to how we can all learn from and enjoy each other.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Identity and Belonging
    • Diversity and Inclusion
    • Learning at Home
    • Resources for Parents
    • Growth Mindset
    • Health and Wellness
    • Counselling
    • Life Skills
    • Building Community
    • Classroom Management
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
  • This digital social story draws attention to the safety rules at school. It reminds children that rules are in place to keep everyone safe and comfortable. It gives many examples of how children can help to keep themselves safe at school. It explains that children need to be responsible for their words and actions at school. It emphasizes the need to get help from an adult when there is an emergency.   Areas of Learning:
    • Learning at School
    • Back To School
    • Emergency Preparedness
    • Health and Wellness
    • Safety
    • Counselling
    • Life Skills
    • Self-regulation
    • Behavior Management
    • Classroom Management
    • Social Responsibility
    • Social-Emotional Learning
    • Elementary Education
    • Core Competencies
    • Primary Curriculum
    • Kindergarten Classroom
    • Teaching Resources
    • Early Learning Support
    • Visual Learners
    • Special Education
    • English Language Learning
    • French Immersion
     
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