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Pages
19 Pages
Subject
Life Skills, Special Education
Languages
English
Product
Digital
Grade
Kindergarten, Pre-K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Adult Ed, Higher Ed
Resource Type
Printables
Standard
Behavior and Skills

Description

This social skill story or social narrative, "Why do I Need to Poop?" is designed to help children understand the importance of listening to their bodies when they feel like they need to have a bowel movement. This story is ideas to read to children who are fearful of pooping and experiencing poop withholding. It features photographs and simple text and would be a great resource for young children with autism or special education needs who are struggling with the concept of pooping in the toilet or potty.

The social skill story discusses why people poop, why it is important to go when your body signals it needs to, and what can happen if you do not go poop every day.

This social skills story is similar to a social story but is more conversational and interactive than traditional social stories. The social narrative uses the word poop, but it should be replaced if this is not the wording that the child you are working with is familiar using in their setting.
This social skill story or social narrative, "Why do I Need to Poop?" is designed to help children understand the importance of listening to their bodies when they feel like they need to have a bowel movement. This story is... more
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