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Bart’s Temper A Social Story by: Andrea Shaw
When Bart has trouble doing his school work, he gets upset.
When Bart gets upset, he starts to throw a tantrum.
When Bart throws a tantrum, he draws attention to himself, therefore, causing a distraction in the classroom.
When Bart causes a distraction, the teacher gets frustrated with his behavior.
When the teacher gets frustrated with Bart’s behavior, she tries to find a way to calm Bart down.
After the teacher calms Bart down, she helps Bart with his schoolwork.
When Bart understands his school work, he doesn’t get upset.
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