Feeling Silly Social Story and activities EDITABLE


Total Pages 38 pages
Teaching Duration 2 days


Feeling Silly Social Story contains material specifically designed for students with special learning needs, especially autism.


This social story on being silly addresses appropriate and inappropriate behavior in a simplified but rigorous way for students with diverse learning needs to make meaningful and authentic connections to the material.


There are 2 stories included, one with photos and one with picture symbols to reach more learning levels of students in your class.


Finally, the sorting activities allow for an opportunity to assess how well the student understands and can recall the expectations, while the power cards make awesome portable reminders.


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Feeling Silly Social Story Includes:


⭐ This unit comes in 2 complete files. One is in color and one is in black and white.


In the zipped folder you will find:

  • Feeling Silly activities in color
  • Feeling Silly activities in black and white
  • Feeling Silly book (PowerPoint) to use with activities (editable)
  • Link to book in google slides (editable)


Feeling Silly Activities:

  • 13 page social story using photos (editable)
  • 11 page student booklet
  • Vocabulary board
  • Places to be silly sorting activity
  • Getting the teacher’s attention sorting activity
  • Power cards to use as portable reminders


Teaching students appropriate behavior and response/reactions to various situations is a challenge we face as special education teachers. This is why I feel it is so critical to teach these skills in a safe, non-stressful situation, NOT while the behavior is occurring. If you target and protect instructional time to teach these social skills, you are more likely to see them transfer to naturally occurring settings. I know there never seems to be enough time to teach what you need to in a school day, but you will not be sorry if you put time aside every day to work on building better social skills in a thoughtful and structured manner. My hope is that these social stories and related activities will make that task a little easier for you.

Please check out my blog page on social stories:


My Thoughts on Social Stories for more ideas on how to use this resource and one of my biggest “aha” moments as a teacher.


I also have some FREE video resources you may find helpful when using social stories:


Social Stories: A Powerful Behavior Management Tool


Writing Your Own Social Stories