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I Can Ride the Bus Social Skills Story BUS SAFETY | Social Emotional Learning


❤️ Looking for social emotional learning activities or social skills stories on bus safety? Great for back-to-school activities for preschool, Kindergarten, or special education students working on social skills on classroom rules and expectations and self-control. Use for self-contained special education lesson plans, morning meeting, as well as social group for students with autism who respond to social stories and autism visuals. This is one of many early childhood, toddler, or preschool level social emotional activities that combine SEL stories plus interactive activities.

❗ This is a digital download product only. No physical media will be sent to you. Remember, please don't share these links with anyone! Thanks for respecting my work!
❗ You will get a PDF with a link to click to download the files from Dropbox. Email me at if you have any problems.

❤️ This is I Can Ride the Bus. This activity is a 23-slide social narrative teaches what expected and unexpected behaviors in the form of 18 hidden rules for getting on the bus, riding the bus, and getting off the bus safely. Includes digital activities plus print book, small coloring book, 17 pages of print activities including social script (large and small) for communication students, a dress me doll activity, a coloring activity, and a group contingency!

You can see the Boom Playable Preview HERE .

⭐IMPORTANT: Check out Buford the Beautiful Bull Rides the Bus , too!


Resource includes PDF with the following:

► Forced copy link to Google™ Slides presentation (SLIDESHOW mode)
► Redeem link to Boom™ self-correcting digital task cards (account required)
► Link to YouTube™ video which has the activity automated which is great for teaching the concepts
► Full-page, color printable story
► Small coloring book that can be printed and sent home as extension activity
► 17-pg activity: Social Scripts, Dress Me Dolls, Coloring Page, Group Contingency


This resource is great for:

  • ABA, speech and language students
  • Special Education
  • Autism/other disabilities
  • Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten

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For Google™ products

► You will need Google Drive in order to access this resource. Your students will also need Google accounts so they can access the activity if you are assigning to them.
► You must be logged into your account when you download the file. When you click the link, you will get a prompt, “Would you like to make a copy of….” Click Make a copy, and it will copy to your Drive.
► If your school district has Google access blocked, you can choose to have the resource added to a personal Google account and then share it with your school account.

⚠️️IMPORTANT  :   The purchase of this resource gives the buyer permission to download and copy for single classroom or family use only. Electronic distribution is also limited to single use. Copying for other parents, teachers, school-wide use, or for school systems is only allowed with the purchase of additional licenses. Contact me at for additional licenses at a discounted rate. Thank you for respecting my work.

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