Well, now I have created a similar social narrative to support students in trying on dress up clothes.
As I have mentioned before, the pretend play center can be pretty abstract and uncomfortable for students who don't understand how to play pretend. By having social narratives like the two examples above, students can see how to play dress up, step by step!
For example, in this book you can turn each page and have students try on various articles of clothing. The beauty is that an aided language board is attached to the last page and can be folded out for students who need support in communicating their opinion about each article of clothing they tried on.
Do you want to use this social narrative in the classroom? Go to my Teachers Pay Teachers store to purchase it, as well as an updated version of the Food Making Visual with choice for students to pretend eat their creations or serve them. Just one more way to encourage students to interact with one another.
Also in this Teachers Pay Teachers file you will have access to labels to sort food by food groups and clothing by person!
Until Next Time... Happy Pretending,