Visual reminder for kids to respect personal space/"bubble"

personal space/"bubble" this communicates personal space visually in that the plastic bubbly around the hamster not only provides a space in which no one can enter but also protects him from the outer atmosphere.

Personal Space Camp - 2nd Grade Lesson

Personal Space Camp - 2nd Grade Lesson

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Self care - My Bubble - visualization & alternative thinking strategy for Anxiety & Stress (CBT, DBT, Meditation,Mindfulness)

Boundaries:Self care - My Bubble - visualization & alternative thinking strategy for Anxiety & Stress (CBT, DBT, Meditation,Mindfulness)

Personal space is a social skill that some students struggle with. This social story will help teach your students to stay in their own personal space. You may also be intrested in this resource:  Personal Safety Let's stay connected! Please consider liking my page on Facebook for the latest updates:  The Sunny Sunshine Student Support StoreIf you love this product, please consider leaving some feedback.

Personal Space Social Story

Personal space is a social skill that some students struggle with. This social story will help teach your students to stay in their own personal space. You may also be interested in this resource:

Personal Space - Visual Story for Kids with Autism by Kmintz

Personal Space - Visual Story for Kids with Autism by Kmintz a bunch of social stories here

Do you have a student who doesn’t understand the tricky social norms of personal space? This student is always walking too close in line, standing too close, sitting too close, and causing anxiety in others. Perhaps you have a class full of students who are always “too close” and one little kiddo who has an enormous personal bubble that he doesn’t want his friends near! How do you teach your class to respect other's invisible personal bubble?

Personal Space Invader and Protector Game

Do you have a student who doesn’t understand the tricky social norms of personal space? This student is always walking too close in line, standing too close, sitting too close, and causing anxiety in others. Perhaps you have a class full of students who are always “too close” and one little kiddo who has an enormous personal bubble that he doesn’t want his friends near! How do you teach your class to respect other's invisible personal bubble?

Teaching Kids About Personal Space Picture Book of the Day :: PragmaticMom

Personal Space Picture Book of the Day

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