http://www.kansasasd.com/KSASD/Social_Narrative_Bank_Page_2. html - a TON of social story and power card examples, some using special interests like Dora the Explorer, Blues Clues, Bob the Builder, Transformers, etc.
www.kansasasd.com/KSASD/Handouts_files/Advanced%20Social%20Skills%20Handout.pdf - more examples from the great people at Kansas ASD, including power card stories and incredible 5 point scale lists.
http://www.positivelyautism.com/volume4issue2/section2.html - 6 social stories related to playing board games.
http://playtolearn.weebly.com/uploads/6/9/2/6/692603/kens_st ory.doc - bus story with illustrations.
http://www.mslbd.org/resources_teacher.htm - at present this materials exchange bank includes one social story, about staying on the "green schedule" instead of displaying negative behavior and switching to the "red schedule."
http://www.iidc.indiana.edu/irca/HatsOff/HatsOffHBM.html - going to the movies.
http://www.chicagochildrensmuseum.org/CCM_Social%20Story.pdf - to prepare kids for a visit to this particular museum.
http://www.specialconnections.ku.edu/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/speccon n/main.php?cat=behavior&subsection=pbs/casea&scene=4 - short power card story about using words when mad, with "Toy Story" character illustrations.
http://www.atpl.net.au/data/sample/pdf/atpsample_14206.pdf - being angry is okay (text only).
http://www.smelena.com/article_emotion_management.php - controlling emotions (for a teen)
http://www.raisingdeafkids.org/growingup/toddler/tantrums/st ory.pdf - sharing toys and dealing with anger.
http://www.medicine.uiowa.edu/autismservices/Social_Story/so cial_stories.htm - tipping your chair, looking too long at girls, yelling
http://www.geocities.com/denisev2/social_stories.html - getting angry, how to get help, "I don't understand", playing games that make kids mad, "shhh", taking a bath, talking about my day, using my words, and the street.
http://members.tripod.com/~RSaffran/social.html - At least 20 stories, including bullying, weird habits and repetitive questioning. Written in list format.
http://www.mugsy.org/connor6.htm - lunch time at school
http://www.autism-india.org/dec98.html - church (the story is kind of buried on a long webpage. Search for the word church to find the story text)
http://www.kent.gov.uk/publications/social-care-and-health/c dr-social-stories.htm - waiting in line, sitting quietly, lining up for lunch, catsitting, playground, and taking a test (GCSE). Click on the link under publications.
http://www.autism-help.org/communication-social-stories-auti sm.htm - Not listening, tuning into people, interrupting, personal space, time out, when others didn't hear/respond to you, asking questions you know the answer to, circle time, leaving an activity, not calling out to get someone's attention, coming when an adult calls, when I feel I must talk.
http://www.expresstrain.org/lyrics.pdf - New Teacher Today (sung to the tune of Hickory Dickory Dock), about having a substitute teacher
http://www.childcarechoicesofboston.org/resources/social-sto ries.htm - making friends at school (for ca. preschool age)
http://www.autismhelp.info/htm/education/early/social.htm#so cial - Being a Good SportThe Consequences of Hitting and PushingUsing My Quiet Spot
http://www.emr.vic.edu.au/Downloads/How%20to%20support%20a%2 0child%20with%20Autism%20Spectrum%20Disorder.doc - visiting performers (how to behave in the audience at school)
http://www.storymovies.com/storymoviestm/what_is_practice.ht ml - video social story "What is practice?" explaining what this word means and why teachers have students practice skills.
http://www.storymovies.com/storymoviestm/thomas_edison_mista kes_and_.html -video social story about staying calm and being patient and persistent when I'm doing something difficult or make a mistake (uses Thomas Edison as a role model).
http://www.storymovies.com/storymoviestm/looking_and_listeni ng_for_r.html - video social story with various examples of showing consideration of others (they call it respect, and urge kids to look and listen for example of it in their daily lives).
http://www.txsha.org/Convention/pdf/Zimmermann,%20Dottie-Soc ial%20Stories-Major%20Spkr.pdf - "When should I wash my hands?" "What will I do when I go to the grocery store with my mom" and "What can I do when I feel mad" (all with PEC type illustrations)
http://www.geocities.com/denisev2/spd_plan.html - staying in the classroom when you get upset
http://www.connectability.ca/connectability/pages/si_tipshee ts/turn-taking.pdf - taking turns with a toy
http://portal.esc20.net/portal/page/portal/esc20public/Speci alEducation/autism/socialstories - 5 stories with pictures: Can I sniff your hair? I need a tissue. Why do I have to wear a seatbelt? I need a break. Where can I go to scream?
http://www.cheri.com.au/PDF_Files/professionals/Whatisasocia lstory.pdf - 5 social story with simple pictures/icons - crying, playing games, people I can talk to (ie not strangers), working by myself, my friday test.
http://www.essexonline.gov.uk/vip8/si/esi/content/binaries/d ocuments/Service_Areas/SENaPS/SEN_Protocols/Promoting_Posi ti ve_Behaviour.pdf - 8 stories (the first two have pictures) - asking questions in class, my school day, sharing toys, sharing, playing fairly, how to ask for help, staying calm in class, listening to the teacher,
http://www.sd46.bc.ca/ASD/Social%20Stories - Carol Gray's Understanding possession and Pretend Examples in School Work are also posted here.
http://www.focus-ga.org/newsletter_2005.htm - being a good bus rider.
http://ici2.umn.edu/elink/pdf/asds3_4aR.pdf - following the teacher's directions.
http://www.tki.org.nz/r/gifted/disabilities/autspec_dis_e.ph p - having a substitute teacher.
http://www.aboutkidshealth.ca/JustForKids/ES_esafe.aspx- interactive video about electrical safety.
http://www.aboutkidshealth.ca/JustForKids/newbaby1.aspx - interactive audio-video books about expecting a new baby and being a big brother/sister. Some sections of the book are more like social stories than others.
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/hcs/projects/autism/social_stories .htm - playing together.
http://www.spdsupport.org.uk/socialstories.html - answering questions in class.
http://card.ufl.edu/socialstories.htm - when is it okay to run?
http://www.nas.org.uk/nas/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=1064&a=6832 - going to the supermarket (under the paragraph headed "Preparation").
http://www.nas.org.uk/nas/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=528&a=3376 - "time for bed" (under the paragraph headed "Explaining sleep").
http://www.scboces.k12.co.us/english/IMC/Focus/Circle%20time .ppt - circle time, with photographs.
http://www.spacepage.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content& task=view&id=4&Itemid=5 - saying hi
http://www.journal.naeyc.org/btj/200509/BriodyBTJ905.pdf - 2 stories for toddler transitions (drop-off at daycare, starting the day at preschool)
http://www.positivelyautism.com/aug07socialstory.ppt - power point social story about what to do when angry or frustrated.
http://autism.about.com/od/treatmentoptions/l/angry.pdf?nl=1 - dealing with angry feelings while playing with another kid.
http://home.cc.gatech.edu/autism/uploads/44/hagiwaramyles.pd f - going to the bathroom and washing hands before snack. By Brenda Myles.
http://www.aisnsw.edu.au/PD/Portals/10/Conferences/Counsel20 06/Social%20stories%20Jane%20Cotter.ppt - Working by myself, How to borrow (a rubber eraser), People I can talk to (at the store), Playing games, Being organized, My Friday test, When I'm fed up with questions,
http://www.sensory-processing-disorder.com/The_SPD_Companion -explaining-SPD-to-your-child.html - explanation of sensory issues.
http://www.thomasamckean.com/gallery/albums/writings/OkayAut ism.pdf - "It's okay to have autism", written by an adult with autism.
http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/general/elemsec/speced/asdfourt h.pdf - answering the telephone (p. 184), joining a conversation (p. 187), taking and making mistakes on tests (p. 194-5), my morning routine (p. 196), different kinds of touch (p. 199)