Kansas Technical Assistance System Network (TASN)
provides technical assistance to support school districts’ systematic implementation of evidence-based practices.

Resource Library

TASN Connects You With Over a Thousand Resources.

Start your search for webinars, trainings, documents, and more.

Search for a topic and get learning!

Social Narratives: Christmas Break

This is a social narrative about Christmas and Christmas break. This Word Document file. It is written in simple language with a picture for almost every word written. Skill: Christmas Age range: 6-18 years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

Social Narratives: Field Trip to the Farm

Social Narrative book on a field trip to the farm. Skill: Field Trips Age range: K-12

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

TASN ATBS Autism Specialist February 2011 Newsletter: Evidence Based Consulting - Focus on Time Delay Prompting

Time Delay Prompting

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism, Behavior

Age

All Ages

Social Narratives: Getting My Own Lunch Tray

This social narrative describes for a student the steps to getting his own lunch tray. It uses the Jonas Brothers for special interest. It is in PowerPoint and is eleven slides long. Skill: The Jonas Brothers Get Their Own Lunch Trays Age range: 10+ years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

Teacher Resources: Lego Building Job

This was made for a student at Summer Institute 2012. The pieces of the lego block are to be put together to build the finished picture on one side of the blocks. The student can either earn the pieces and turn it in to play with the actual spongebob, or he can build the blocks independently by...

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Early Childhood (Birth − K), Elementary (K − 6)

Social Narratives: Greeting Others

These are visual supports for teaching greeting others. It is a .pdf file format. It is written in mostly text with some picture supports. Skill: Greetings Age range: 6-18 years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

TASN ATBS Autism Specialist August 2010 Newsletter: Evidence Based Consulting - Focus on Using Visual Schedules

Use of visual supports is an evidence-based practice in autism. Supports such as Visual schedules are usually one of the first issues to tackle during the year and a crucial element to developing independence.

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

All Ages

Social Narratives: Dora Says Hi

This is a social storyTM \n Skill: Greeting Special interest: Dora the Explorer Age range: 3-7 years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Early Childhood (Birth − K), Elementary (K − 6)

Social Narratives: Having a Good Day

This is a social narrative telling a student what a good day looks like and what a bad day looks like. This .pdf file is in booklet form and contains mostly text with at least one picture per page. Skill: Having a Good Day Age range: 10-18 years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

Teacher Resources: May 2015 Teacher Resource

This month's resource shares ideas to help student with Autism connect to instruction. It includes several visual supports and worksheets. If you are apart of the Boardmaker Online Community you can access the files by copying and pasting this link into your browser https://www.boardmakeronline...

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism, Instruction

Age

Early Childhood (Birth − K), Elementary (K − 6), Middle School (6 − 9)

Social Narratives: Class Job

This is a social narrative for accepting a class job as assigned. This is a Word Document file with text and at least one picture per sentence. Skill: Class Job Age range: 5-10 years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6)

Social Narratives: During and After Recess

These social stories explain to a student what to do during and after recess. They were created to be worn on a lanyard.\nKarine Gleason, TASN,ATBS

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6)

Social Narratives: Making others feel good

This is a power card using the special interest of Thomas the Tank to make others feel good. This is a Word document. Skill: Making Others Feel Good Special interest: Thomas the Tank Age range: 3-7 years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Early Childhood (Birth − K), Elementary (K − 6)

Social Narratives: Elmo Goes Potty

This full page social narrative is a book telling how Elmo is teaching Mr. Noodle to potty. It includes the steps to going potty as well as a reward chart. It contains some text and at least one Elmo picture per page. The file format is a Word document. Skill: Bathroom Skills ...

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Early Childhood (Birth − K), Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

Social Narratives: Running is for Outside

This is a social narrative on running outside and walking inside. This eleven slide Power Point contains simple language and contains at least one picture per slide. Skill: Walking Age range: 6+ years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

Social Narratives: Power Rangers Do Their Work

This is a social narrative that focuses on the student completing their work, even when it is hard. It uses Power Rangers as special interest. It is written with all text and only one picture of the Power Rangers. This is a Word document. Skill: Doing My Work S...

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

Social Narratives: Fire Alarms

This is a social narrative on walking through the halls without touching the fire alarms. This Word Document file written with simple language and at least one picture per instruction. Skill: Behavior Age range: 5-18 years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

Social Narratives: Last in Line

This is a social narrative about being last in line.

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6)

Communication: Communication Supports: Frog Activity Communication Board

Frog Activity was made during Summer Institute 2012. Students were to draw a reptile from a jar and describe (with this picture communication support board) what they had. Skill: Communication Special interest: Frogs Age range: 2-10

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Early Childhood (Birth − K), Elementary (K − 6)

Social Narratives: Nervous Brain

This is a social narrative that focuses on the student leaving the room when he is feeling nervous (rather than squealing). It has one picture per line of text. It is a Word document. Skill: Anxiety Age range: 8+ years

Updated on

December 06, 2017

Topic

Autism

Age

Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)