Decibella and Her 6-Inch Voice is the story of a girl, Decibella, who likes to shout out her feelings and thoughts. Throughout the story, Decibella learns about the "5 volumes" and how to use the different voices in different situations. It's a great story to use when teaching about social emotional situations, especially to our friends with special needs!
Julia Cook is a great author whose books work to "actively involve people into her fun and creative stories and teach them to become life-long problem solvers." If you're in need of social stories for your general ed or special needs classroom, you'll want to take a look at her books! You probably already know a few titles too. :)
After we read the book together as a class, we complete the following activities:
book companion is the craftivity to finish off the lesson. The students will each make their own version of Decibella and then write a promise to control their voice in school. I'll use their finished products to create a bulletin board outside of our classroom.
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