Getting My Temperature Taken Story

Getting a temperature taken can be difficult for some young children, especially for those who have sensory defensiveness.  For some, having somebody put an object in their mouth or near their face can be anxiety producing.  Sometimes, preparing children ahead of time can be helpful.  Hopefully this little story can help with that!











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  1. Do you perhaps have the Afrikaans version of "Getting my temperature taken" story please?

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    1. Hello!
      I don't have an Afrikaans version yet, but I'm constantly getting new translations sent to me...so hopefully soon!

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  2. I wish we could edit these stories. They're great as they are. I work with visually impaired children, so I need images and words a bit bigger...

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    1. Hi!

      Email me at autismlittlelearners@gmail.com and maybe we can figure something out!

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing your books. I can't wait to share them with my students so they might have a better understanding about what's going on.

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  4. A M A Z I N G resources! A grade-level peer shared your website with me, and I am thrilled looking through all the free resources you have.

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  6. Do you have an app on Apple for these?

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