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Social Story: How to Play Soccer

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Social story by Emalie Carr designed to teach children with autism spectrum disorder the basic rules of soccer.

Social story by Emalie Carr designed to teach children with autism spectrum disorder the basic rules of soccer.

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  • 1. How to play soccer
  • 2. I like playing soccer with friends.
  • 3. I must wait for the ball to be passed to me.
  • 4. Only the goalie can use their hands.
  • 5. When playing soccer I run up and down the field.
  • 6. I go to where the ball is and kick the ball.
  • 7. When I score a goal it’s ok to celebrate.
  • 8. If I do not get the ball I will not yell and scream.
  • 9. It is not ok to fight with the other team during the game.
  • 10. At the end of the game we show good sportsmanship.
  • 11. The End