Exciting news! Ellen from Reston Speech and Language Center submitted two new templates to the Kid in Story Book Maker community library. The first story, “A Snow Day,” stars a beautiful boy who finds himself stranded at home instead of going to school. The second story features the same wonder boy at an exciting Washington Capitals hockey game. Both stories demonstrate the genius of creative social stories for children with special needs and for kids who are learning to read. Ellen combines repetition with rhyming to reinforce the pictures in the story making it especially engaging to adults and kids alike.
Check out some screenshots of the new stories!
If you have tips or Kid in Story Book Maker templates to share with the community, please send them to info (at) locomotivelabs (dot) com. We want to help showcase the awesome stories created by children with special needs and the professionals that support them.
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