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Are you looking for a fun and unique social story to help your preschool, kindergarten, or special education students learn about feelings and emotions in class or social group? This 33-page original social skills story is Eager Edgar Expresses Emotions, an engaging social emotional learning activity to practice feelings, emotions, self-regulation, and positive self-talk. Students help Edgar the Emu with three scenarios where he expresses his feelings using expected behaviors.
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This social narrative boasts original artwork and is presented in a choice format, so the reader can choose their own story. This helps students see the direct result of their choices! This resource is perfect for social skills groups, speech therapy, school counseling, preschool classrooms, and special education classes. This is a SIMPLE social story, perfect for your earliest learners and those with disabilities and support needs!
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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