What Do We Do in Circle? Scripted Story Tips by wK0S14F6

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									                  What Do We Do in Circle?
                    Scripted Story Tips
For tips and guidelines about “Scripted Stories”, please begin by reading
“Scripted Stories for Social Situations Tips” located in the Scripted Stories
folder on your CD.
Please note that you can use real photographs with or instead of the line
drawings for children that need this level of support. For instance, next to
the line drawings, you can glue or Velcro a photograph of the class sitting
nicely in circle, the teacher talking/reading, the class singing, the class
dancing, the child sitting, etc.
Assembly Directions:
After printing on cardstock paper (or printer paper glued to a file folder to
increase durability), first remove the last page with the “sit” picture and then
bind the edge of the remaining pages to form a book. If the book will be
handled by the child, it might be helpful to laminate the pages prior to
binding to increase durability. Directions are available on the last page as to
how to assemble the “sit” picture cue card. See next page(s) for “printing
directions”.
                PRINT DIRECTIONS FOR FULL SIZE BOOK

          Step 1:
Click on File & select Print




          Step 2:                                 Step 4:
Select slides to print story                  Type # of copies
        Type 4-12




          Step 3:
       Select “slides”




                               Step 5:
                               Click OK
                PRINT DIRECTIONS FOR SMALL SIZE BOOK

          Step 1:
Click on File & select Print




          Step 2:                                               Step 5:
Select slides to print story                                Type # of copies
        Type 4-12



                                                   Step 4:
         Step 3:
                                          Select “2” slides per page
     Change slides to
       “handouts”




                               Step 6:
                               Click OK
What Do We Do In
     Circle?




           Created by Rochelle Lentini, USF
                    Adapted 2004

  Created using pictures from Microsoft Clipart®
Everyone can go to circle and sit on their seat.
I can sit nicely and look at the teacher.




I can also listen with my ears and
  try to do what the teacher says.
Sometimes it is hard for me to sit. But I can
look at my “sit picture” and try to remember
    to sit, like all my friends, at my seat.




    If I get up off my seat, it is hard for
       my friends to see and have fun.
When we are in circle, I need to have
            gentle hands
and try to keep my hands to myself.
        “What do we do in circle?”

                   When the teacher talks, I
                   sit nice and listen.
First       Then
                   First the teacher points
                   to me, then I can
                   answer with words.


                   When the class sings, I
                   can sing.


                   When the class dances,
                   I can dance.
The Circle Rules are:


I sit on my seat.


I look at the teacher.


I listen, then do.


I have nice hands.
Circle is fun when we all try to follow the rules.
                                 Glue on
                   OR            photograph
                                 of child
                                 sitting.
   Sit.                             Sit.


Cut out “sit picture”, laminate, place
rough Velcro on back side, and Velcro to
carpet in front of child’s seat in circle.
This will act as a visual cue to the child.
The teacher can also pick up the picture
to show and cue the child to sit.

								
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