Listening to My Body Social Story
Listening to My Body Social Story
Listening to My Body Social Story
Listening to My Body Social Story
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Listening to My Body Social Story

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This social story teaches kids about listening to your body and the signals it sends. An editable Google Slides version is included so you can customize the story to fit your needs. This story covers:

  • A reminder that listening to your body can help you know what your body needs
  • Discusses how your body might feel when thirsty
  • Describes how your body might feel when you are hungry and full
  • Talks about toileting signals
  • Describes how your body might feel when you are tired
  • Discusses how emotions can send different body signals
  • Talks about pain signals, both internal and visible ones
  • Mentions ways to manage pain
  • Discusses how your body might feel when sick
  • Talks about body temperature signals
  • Talks about sensory discomfort and overwhelm
  • A reminder that you can ask for help when you need help understanding body signals
  • A reminder that listening to your body and recognizing its signals takes practice

Total pages: 16 pages

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.

**This is a digital product that you can download immediately after purchase.**

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Helps kiddo pay attention to body sensations

My newly 4yo is not good at recognizing hunger, thirst, tiredness, or (most importantly) needing to poop. This story is definitely helpful, although I'm going to have to "sell" it to her a little since it's basically informational, and I would like more description of needing to poop (although it's hard to describe!)