'Angry feeling' goes over the ways that students should show their anger in healthy ways. It goes over the things that they can do when angry, such as telling someone why they're angry, counting to 10 and go for a walk. It also goes over behaviours that are not acceptable, like hitting, smashing toys and running away from home.
'Hugs and kisses' shows when affectionate behaviour, hugging and kissing, is appropriate and when it is not appropriate. Namely, it displays the boundary between hugging and kissing family members versus not doing so to people at school.
'Hit computer' is a way of showing students the consequences of harming technology at school. It shows cause and effect, by saying 'Eddy cannot hit the mouse. If Eddy hits the mouse it will break', and so on.
'No violence story' walks students through different parts of their day and repeats what behaviours are not okay to exhibit. It goes in chronological order from the beginning of the day to the end of the day. It associates positive emotions with parts of their day.
'Out on the playground' explains good playground behaviour. Most importantly, it tells students how to handle conflict on the playground. It tells students to let the playground monitor on duty know right away, rather than wait to tell their teacher when they are back in class.
'Playing in the sandpit' goes over all of the behaviours that students should exhibit while in the sandpit. It goes over both positive and challenging behaviour, including taking turns, keeping hands to themselves and playing kindly with others.
'When I hurt someone' and 'Hurt someone' show the step by step consequences of students hurting their teacher, aide or other students. These are used for when behaviour is challenging enough that the student must be sent home or do their work from the office.
'It's okay' talks about different events at school that may trouble a student, such as other students being upset or jackets being unzipped. Through repetition of 'it's okay', it helps students handle these situations by staying calm.
Sometimes, students are going to make mistakes and they may find it overwhelming. In 'Making mistakes', it shows students the healthy ways in which they can handle mistakes made by themselves and others.
'Getting my teacher's attention' and 'How I should talk to my teacher' explains what behaviours are appropriate when interacting with their teachers. It explains good behaviour and how challenging behaviour may make their teacher feel.
Go to the thinking room (DOCX 134KB) is a social story that teaches students how repeating challenging behaviours results in going to a thinking room. In the thinking room, students are encouraged to reflect on the negative behaviour and go over positive behaviours to exhibit instead.
'Good touching' presentation goes over what types of touch are appropriate at school for teachers and friends. It also explains how different types of touch can make people feel and what types of behaviour are considered positive.
'Touching others' presentation goes over types of touch that are appropriate for students to exhibit. It also relates negative types of touch to how it would make the student feel, for example "I would not like it if someone touched me when I didn't want to be touched".