Are you using social stories with your students for school? Social stories are an evidence-based intervention for individuals with autism, no matter what their age. Research shows that social stories work, and I can attest to that! This list of stories will continue to be updated as I create more social stories to use in the classroom.

Carol Gray developed “social stories” in 1990. Her work as a pioneer in the field of autism is highly respected. To read more, learn about her resources, or sign up for a training, click here.

This list includes social stories that are useful in the school setting. For the full list of all of the Autism Little Learners social stories, click here. The full list includes stories for home, school, community, and all the stories related to COVID-19.

To read more about how to write a social story, check out this article from Autism Parenting Magazine!

Active Shooter Drill

Alphabet Potty Book

Calming Corner Story

Earthquake Story

Easter Bunny Story

Eating At The Table

Fire Drill

Getting A Haircut

Going Back To School – Separation Anxiety

Going To Kindergarten

Going To School

Holding Hands (Elopement)

How To Calm My Body

Hurricanes

Losing A Tooth

Keeping My Clothes On

My Friend Has A Cast

Pica Story

Picking My Nose

Picture Day

Recess

Screaming

Small Group

Spring Break

Summer Vacation

Taking A Break

Tornado Drill

Touching Other People

Transitioning To A New School

Transitioning To The Bus

Trick Or Treating

Visiting Santa

Wearing Headphones

Wearing Shoes At School

Wildfires

Winter Break