Appropriate Behaviors at School

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No Hands In Pants: Includes Picture and Visual Cue Cards to assist in prompting for desired behaviors. Inspired by Evan Autism Resources ..


IEP Goals:
Given visuals which are intended to extinguish a negative behavior, STUDENT will respond to the picture as it is shown while the behavior is occurring, by stopping the action in 4 out of 5 occurrences within a six week period, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Rhyme Bundle Character Strengths
Character Strengths is a rhyme bundle that helps teach children about good traits to have in order to be a good citizen and to be respected. This bundle starts with an original 3 page rhyme and follows with worksheets, file folder matching, coloring pages and posters that can be placed around room for this theme. Great for circle time or literacy centers as well as individual tasks...


IEP Goals:
Given picture matching and writing activities related to building character and being a good friend, STUDENT will complete the activities with a peer in order to increase peer interaction, turn-taking, and sharing skills, and to demonstrate the ability to participate in a peer activity, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date).
$4.50
EMOTIONS and FEELINGS Task Cards for Autism with Visual Support
Real-life pictures of people with varying ages showing commonly expressed EMOTIONS and REACTIONS. NO reading skills required! Clip, mark the answer, or work in a small group to discuss each picture to gain understanding of the emotion, along with the response seen in the picture. A variety of scenarios and age groups are included in this 36 card set. Print on white card stock paper and laminate..


IEP Goals:
By_________(month), ________(year), STUDENT will determine the emotion portrayed in a photo/visual by ___________(reading/using visual support) the emotion words and ________(clipping/marking/pointing to/or saying) the answer, with 80% accuracy, over a six week period.

By________(month), ______(year), using a real-life photo of people represented through a variety of ages and expressions, STUDENT will name the emotion represented and provide one scenario that the person may have just experienced as related to STUDENTS’ own personal or familiar experiences, with 80% accuracy, over a six week period.
$3.00
KEEP CALM IN SCHOOL Social Story Coloring Book Positive Behavior Strategy AUTISM
KEEPING CALM IN SCHOOL Social Story Coloring Book with positive behavior management self-calming strategies was created for students with AUTISM and Special Needs. This story and pictures focus on the beginning of the new school year. With years of great success addressing many challenging behaviors from anxiety to physical aggression in both my K-2 self-contained autism classroom and inclusion..


IEP Goals:
Given pre-taught self-calming strategies, STUDENT will access at least one of these strategies in order to maintain calm behavior within the classroom or school environment by demonstrating the ability to self-regulate his/her emotions by remaining calm or indicating to the teacher/adult that a break is requested, in 4 out of 5 occurrences, within a nine week period, by MONTH, YEAR (IEP Due Date).
$2.50
Reward Charts, Positive Behavior, Teens
Positive Behavior Reward Token Charts for older students with autism and special needs. There are 5 color choices of reward chart, and 5 styles of tokens for each of these colors. Preparation: print, laminate, cut and add velcro dots ..


IEP Goals:
Given a token reward system with twenty opportunities to achieve the task, chore, or request, STUDENT will take an active approach in the process by placing a token on the board when earned, over the course of time needed to complete the token card, by MONTH, YEAR.
$4.00
Social Story: I Am Back At School!
Social Story: I Am Back At School! ~I wrote this story for a parent who was worried about her child's anxiety over going back to school. Ending the fun times of summer vacation, getting back into new routines like going to bed on time and getting up early, was difficult for her child. Additionally, her child worried about his new teacher, new classroom and who would be in his class. This mom fo..


IEP Goals:
Given a social story related to an event (going back to school), STUDENT will read or listen to the story as a coping or calming strategy as demonstrated in 4 out of 5 events or situations, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.50
Social Story: I Am Going Back To School!
Social Story: I Am Going Back To School! ~I wrote this story for a parent who was worried about her child's anxiety over going back to school. Ending the fun times of summer vacation, getting back into new routines like going to bed on time and getting up early, was difficult for her child. Additionally, her child worried about his new teacher, new classroom and who would be in his class. This ..


IEP Goals:
Given a social story related to an event (going back to school), STUDENT will read or listen to the story as a coping or calming strategy as demonstrated in 4 out of 5 events or situations, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.50
Occupational Therapy COLORING PRINTABLES for Teens and Adults
OT and Behavior Calming Strategies for Students, Teens, and Adults! Everyone loves to color! Use crayons or colored pencils to relax and de-stress, while creating a beautiful piece of art. Each page includes space for the artist’s name and the date it was created. Staple as a coloring book, or mount and hang completed pictures around your classroom or home. Here are some suggested IEP goals ..


IEP Goals:
Given a preferred activity in order to reduce stress or anxiety as part of a predetermined self-regulated calming strategy, STUDENT will color a portion or complete the coloring printable, in 4 out of 5 events, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given an outline of a picture to color containing multiple lines and shapes within the picture, STUDENT will hold the crayon/colored pencil with correct grasp and function and remain within the lines of one image, with one verbal reminder, in 4 out of 5 sequential opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.00
Problem Sizes, Emotions and Reactions
Problem Sizes, Emotions and Reactions Included are 2 complete lesson plans with activities, visuals, directions and suggestions for use. These lesson plans explicitly teach children to identify different sizes of problems, to think about the way they feel when experiencing the problems, and to match their emotional reactions to the size of the problems. Address over reactions and under reaction..


IEP Goals:
Given a set of emotions presented in an activity which STUDENT may encounter when an interaction between peers occurs, or when a statement is made by a group or individual which may conjure or evoke an emotion, STUDENT will determine how "big" the problem is and what he/she can do to fix it, in 4 out of 5 scenarios, as measured by the "size" of the reaction, by MONTH, YEAR.
$4.00
Behaviors
Appropriate and Inappropriate Behaviors: Includes - 10 school and community scenes (color and black & white) with children exhibiting various behaviors. - 12 cards (color and black & white) displaying poor behavior with why questions (e.g. Why shouldn’t you bite?) for discussion - 12 cards (color and black & white) displaying good behavior with why questions (e.g. Why should you..


IEP Goals:
Given picture and/or written scenarios describing appropriate and inappropriate behavior out in public (ex. school/park/airplane), STUDENT will select the inappropriate behaviors by describing what is occurring in the picture and what the person can do to make a good choice, in 4 out of 5 scenarios, as measured by the number of appropriate responses, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.00
Perspective Taking Activities: Polite? or Not Quite?
Perspective Taking Activities: Polite? or Not Quite? 3 Fun and interactive perspective taking activities that teach children to consider how their behavior affects others around them. These activities focus on teaching children how to be polite, vs. impolite ("polite or not quite right"). Great for children with social learning challenges AND for all children developing social awa..


IEP Goals:
Given social scenarios in which the responses provided are either "polite" or "not polite", STUDENT will determine which response is appropriate by classifying it as "polite" or "not polite" , with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 scenarios, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given social scenarios in which an exchange of comments takes place, STUDENT will provide a "polite" socially appropriate response, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 exchanges, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.50
Positive Behavior Pack "Gentle Hands", Visual Prompts, Reward Tokens, Posters, Badges
Positive Behavior Pack with Visual Prompts & Reward Charts. This large "Gentle Hands" pack for reinforcing Positive Behaviors contains: * Visual Prompt cards for students' desks, in 5 color options (fold them to stand on desks) *Student Badges "I have gentle hands", in 5 color options (stick a badge pin on the back with tape) *Gentle Hands Token Chart for school + tok..


IEP Goals:
Given visuals, a reward chart, and scripted chant (song)about having "kind hands", STUDENT will use these visual and verbal strategies to keep calm, quiet hands throughout the school day, over the course of a school week in 4 out of 5 days, by MONTH, YEAR.
$5.00
Perspective Taking Activities: Good Guesses vs. Goofy Guesses
Perspective Taking Activities: Good Guesses vs. Goofy Guesses A fun way to work on perspective taking with your students. These scenario cards help students think about what they need to know in order to make good social predictions or, "Good Guesses" about social situations. Why is it important to make a "Good Guess" vs. making a "Goofy Guess?" What may happen if yo..


IEP Goals:
Given a statement that requires STUDENT to guess or determine what happened or what will happen by providing a response that is a "guess", STUDENT will provide a reasonable scenario or "good guess" instead of a "goofy guess", in 4 out of 5 scenarios, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.50
Perspective Taking Activities: Pack 1
Perspective Taking Activities: Pack 1, Including: Thought Bubble Scenarios and Fact, Fiction, Prediction Thought Bubble Scenarios This product includes 3 fun and leveled activities that teach children the very important social skill of considering how their behavior affects others around them. Activity/Level 1 includes 30 scenario cards of common situations. These scenarios prompt childr..


IEP Goals:
Given statements read aloud or read to self, STUDENT will determine if the statement is fact, fiction, or a prediction (of what might happen) by saying, writing, or using a voice-output device to state what it is, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$6.00
Perspective Taking Activities: Making Social Predictions
Perspective Taking Activities: MAKING SOCIAL PREDICTIONS: Fact, Fiction,Prediction These fun activities will help children learn perspective taking skills by teaching the difference between Fact, Fiction, and Prediction, specifically how it relates to social situations, and why it is important to understand these concepts when developing and maintaining social relationships. Posters are provide..


IEP Goals:
Given a scenario, STUDENT will provide a factual statement, fiction statement(something that can be made up about the scenario), and a prediction statement based upon what happened in the scenario, with adult prompting,in 4 out of 5 events, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.50