Are you looking for a fun and unique social story to help your preschool, kindergarten, or special education students learn to WORK IN A GROUP in class or social group? This 30-page original SEL story is Upstanding Uriah Unites His Group, an engaging social emotional learning activity to practice working in a group, staying on task, and being focused. Students help Uriah the Unicorn with three scenarios when he’s put in a group with two friends who don’t get along. Help him learn the “hidden rules” are of working in a group and what happens when you don’t follow the rules.
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This social narrative boasts original artwork and is presented in a choice format, so the reader can choose their own adventure. This helps students see the direct result of their choices! The story helps students with self-regulation and awareness, communication, patience, and more. This resource is perfect for social skills groups, speech therapy, school counseling, preschool classrooms, and special education classes.
With this flexible resource, you’ll get plenty of options to use this story with your students which makes differentiation a breeze!
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