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1 When I Can Scream This Social Story TM begins on the following page. Before using, please read the notes for parents on the last page. Thank you. © PositivelyAutism.com Visit and freebie.blogspot.com/ for more autism teaching resources.www.PositivelyAutism.comhttp://daily-autism- freebie.blogspot.com/

2 When I Can Scream

3 Insert picture of your child or student here. My name is William. © PositivelyAutism.com

4 Insert picture of your child or student here. I have a loud voice and a quiet voice. All people have a loud voice and a quiet voice. © PositivelyAutism.com

5 When a person yells with a very loud voice, it is called screaming. © PositivelyAutism.com

6 There are sometimes when it is okay to scream. © PositivelyAutism.com

7 It is okay to scream if I get hurt or lost and need help. © PositivelyAutism.com

8 Usually, I can scream and use my loud voice if I am outside and no one is too close to me. © PositivelyAutism.com

9 When kids use a loud voice and scream close to other people, it can hurt other people’s ears. © PositivelyAutism.com

10 (c) PositivelyAutism.com I will try to use my quiet voice when people are close to me, even when I am outside.

11 When I am inside, I will try to use my quiet, inside voice. © PositivelyAutism.com

12 It is important to use an inside voice because loud screaming can hurt other people’s ears. © PositivelyAutism.com

13 My parents or teacher can help me practice using an inside voice. © PositivelyAutism.com

14 I am learning about when I can scream. © PositivelyAutism.com

15 (c) PositivelyAutism.com ________________’s Inside Voice Points

16 Notes for Parents/Teachers It is best to customize this story for each individual child by incorporating the child’s name and photos and altering any words and pictures to best meet your child’s learning needs and preferences. The point chart on the last page of the story can be printed and used to reward the child for appropriate use of an inside voice. Explain to the child what this looks like by reading the story, and telling the child what he or she could do to show an indoor voice. Role play and modeling may be helpful strategies. Change the picture at the bottom of the chart to reflect something the child would like to earn. Give points (in the form of stickers, checkmarks, etc. on the chart) frequently when the child is using an inside voice. When each box on the chart is filled, the reward is earned. You can alter the number of boxes as needed. The term Social Stories TM is trademarked by Carol Gray. Every effort has been made to write this story according to Carol Gray’s guidelines, but no guarantee can be made. Carol Gray has not specifically endorsed this story. For more information about writing Social Stories TM, please read: The New Social Story Book, Revised and Expanded 10th Anniversary Edition: Over 150 Social Stories that Teach Everyday Social Skills to Children with Autism or Asperger's Syndrome, and their Peers (c) PositivelyAutism.com


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