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Spotlight on Social-Emotional Learning: Learn How to Make a Scripted Story

Making Scripted Stories for Home and School

Scripted stories can be a valuable visual tool in the classroom and at home! Scripted stories can help a child understand what to expect during new situations or everyday routines and provide examples of what to do.

Making a Scripted Story for Early Childhood Education and Care Environments

Families can make a scripted story at home with the new Making a Scripted Story tip sheet.

Making a Scripted Story

Want to help families understand scripted stories? Show them an example! Here are two sample scripted stories showing a child learning the steps to brushing teeth and cleaning up toys. Additional tip sheets highlight the important considerations for making each of these scripted stories.

Also in Spanish:  Making a Scripted Story (Spanish)

I brush my Teeth (Example/Spanish)

Cleaning Up My Toys (Example/Spanish)

Many Thanks to Lisa Swain, Director of the Pyramid Partnership with the Office of Early Childhood for providing these resources to the Collective!

More information and resources can be found at this site:

https://www.ctoec.org/pyramid-model/implementing-the-pyramid-model/

 

 

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