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Emotions - What could Bear say flashcards
x16 beautifully illustrated cards of the Rainbow Bear in different everyday childhood activities and situations. The Rainbow Bear turns different colours as he experiences a range of different emotions. The child must use inferencing and predicting skills to describe what the Rainbow Bear could say in different situations (i.e. when he is feeling bored, angry, sad, happy, jealous, worried, sc..


IEP Goals:
Given a flashcard with an obvious event about to occur or emotion felt, STUDENT will make a prediction to determine the outcome by saying or writing a response to, "What will happen next?", in 4 out of 5 scenarios, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Emotions - How do you think Bear is feeling flashcards
x20 beautifully illustrated cards of the Rainbow Bear in different everyday childhood activities. The Rainbow Bear turns different colours as he experiences a range of different emotions. The child must use inferencing skills to identify which emotion that the Rainbow Bear is experiencing (i.e. is the Rainbow Bear is feeling bored, angry, sad, happy, jealous, worried, scared, surprised or lov..


IEP Goals:
Given a flashcard with an image of an obvious emotion felt, STUDENT will say what the emotion is (ex. happy/scared) by saying or writing a response to, "How is he (bear) feeling?", in 4 out of 5 scenarios, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Emotions - Why is Bear feeling X flashcards
x20 beautifully illustrated cards of the Rainbow Bear in different everyday childhood activities. The Rainbow Bear turns different colours as he experiences a range of different emotions. The child must use inferencing and explaining skills to describe why the Rainbow Bear is experiencing the emotion (i.e. why Rainbow Bear is feeling bored, angry, sad, happy, jealous, worried, scared, surpris..


IEP Goals:
Given a flashcard with an image of an obvious emotion felt, STUDENT will say what the emotion is (ex. happy/scared) by saying or writing a response to, "What is he (bear) feeling?" and why he feels that way, in 4 out of 5 scenarios, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
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
Yoga
Yoga
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Incorporating yoga into your classroom movement breaks or your therapy routine has the benefits of increasing focus, concentration, working memory, body awareness, executive function and self-regulation. These yoga cards can be hung on the wall of a classroom or sensory room and they can be used as cards you can pull out for a yoga break. 30 individual poses, with both elementary age boys an..


IEP Goals:
Given visuals and adult feedback, STUDENT will imitate large body positions in four out of five opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given visuals and adult feedback to support a five minute yoga break, STUDENT will return to work with focused attention in four out of five opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given visuals of positions and actions related to yoga and relaxation techniques, STUDENT will choose or the teacher will provide up to three relaxation strategies for STUDENT to engage in, in order to remain calm during 4 out of 5 times of perceived stress, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given visuals, STUDENT will demonstrate self-regulation skills to self manage a five minute yoga break, in four out of five opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.50
"Just Hold My Hand"
"Just Hold My Hand" is a children's book that reflects a day with my son who has special needs and how everyday he has to cope with various situations that trigger emotional behaviors. This story describes how he learns to manage those behaviors one day at the county fair. My story helps other children learn about patience, understanding but most of all acceptance of those kids with diff..


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Given a story or social story about a real life character and his experiences, STUDENT will answer up to five "WH" questions with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a story or social story about a real life character and his experiences, STUDENT will identify the emotions or feelings described or felt by the main character, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a story or social story about a real life character and his experiences, STUDENT will write or type up to three situations in which they perceive as uncomfortable or undesirable, and the emotions that he/she may feel, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$4.75
Carnival Social Skills
Carnival Social Skills: This activity targets social interactions and awareness of oneself and others. Teach identifying emotions, perspective taking, answering questions, and more using these 36 social scenarios. This is perfect for social skills groups or speech therapy sessions. Use the black & white versions as an ink-saving option, to send home, or as coloring/stamping pages. Includes..


IEP Goals:
Given a board game containing social thinking questions, STUDENT will provide an appropriate response explaining how he/she feels and what he/she would do to improve, change, or respond to the situation presented, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 trials, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.00
Social Story - Things That Are Okay To Do With My Mouth
This 12 page social story shows a mouth and facial expressions that represent yelling, smiling, talking, quiet mouth, sticking out tongue, kissing, grimacing, frowning, licking, and biting. A data sheet and IEP Goals are included to help record events, the antecedent, and level of prompting for student to demonstrate success...


IEP Goals:
Given a social story about what is okay and not okay to do with your mouth (no biting, eating non-food items), STUDENT will refrain from putting non-food items in his/her mouth, in 4 out of 5 teacher observations, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a social story about the meaning of facial expressions and the impact it may have on others, STUDENT will decrease inappropriate gestures and expressions, in 4 out of 5 teacher observations, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.00
Emotions and Strategies
Emotions and Strategies These fun activities are great for children who need help identifying their emotions and what might make them feel various feelings. Activity 1: Emotion I.D and What make me feel that way Activity 2: "Cheer Up" Strategies Activity 3: "Calm Down" Strategies 25 Pages Copyright 2016 KID CODES: Helping Kids Figure It Out All rights reserved b..


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Given strategies and tools to aid in understanding and coping with a range of emotions (ex.happy/sad/mad), STUDENT will refer to these strategies (ex. take a deep breath, think of something that makes you happy)in order to self-regulate behavior to avoid a meltdown,in 4 out of 5 occurrences, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.00
Emotional Responses
Emotional Responses This fun and interactive activity will help your students think about how they may respond in everday situations. In a BINGO format, children will discuss scenarios and how they might respond to them. 43 Pages Copyright 2016 KID CODES: Helping Kids Figure It Out All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for mor..


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Given a social skills game in a small group setting, containing scenarios that would evoke an emotional response (ex. missing someone, sadness, joy, fear), STUDENT will provide an opinion or response of how the situation would make them feel and what they can do to change it into a positive experience, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.25
Behavior Supports: "No" Behaviors vs. "Go" Behaviors!
Behavior Supports Visuals and Activity: "No" Behaviors vs. "Go" Behaviors This fun activity can help children understand the behaviors that are acceptable to engage in and those that are NOT acceptable to engage in. Great for children who need very clear rules and expectations of behavior. Great for children who may have behavioral challenges, young children, children with e..


IEP Goals:
Given visual strategies and social story to differentiate between acceptable and unacceptable behaviors in dealing with a variety of situations, STUDENT will refer to these pre-taught strategies in order to make a good choice, deal positively with a peer, or make an acceptable decision, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR
$3.25
Autism Emotions and Social Scenarios Interactive Adapted Books
EMOTIONS AND SOCIAL SCENARIOS Interactive Adapted Books Take control of meltdowns before they occur. Students will read (with/without adult support) each social scenario and acknowledge how it would make them feel. With simple choice cards of sad, happy, or mad, choosing the appropriate emotion card will allow your students to easily identify how they may feel. Use as many pages as you would li..


IEP Goals:
Given up to (#) social scenarios with visuals, STUDENT will identify the appropriate emotion (happy/sad/mad) by choosing the correct response card, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given visuals and calming strategy choices, STUDENT will demonstrate understanding of at least 3 of these taught strategies to use during times of frustration or anger, in 4 out of 5 occurrences, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.50
AUTISM Reading Comprehension LARGE Task Cards EMOTIONS & FEELINGS
Autism: Reading Comprehension LARGE Task Cards EMOTIONS & FEELINGS This popular series continues on with EMOTIONS & FEELINGS in text for reading comprehension. Our students are enjoying this learning activity immensely and are making considerable reading comprehension gains! They love “turning the pages” to read and find the picture situation that matches what they have just read. The r..


IEP Goals:
By MONTH, YEAR, given task cards containing scenarios with text descriptions which represent emotions and feelings, STUDENT will choose the 2 correct picture answer cards with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities.
$6.00
Emotions and Feelings Counting Interactive Book with Data Sheet and IEP Goals FOR AUTISM
Emotions and Feelings Counting Interactive Book with Data Sheet and IEP Goals for AUTISM. Counting to ten has never been done with such emotion! Real-life pictures of children of all ages pop off the pages with big, grand emotions! A truly engaging activity that your students will LOVE doing! This has become a quick favorite in my classroom! So simple and easy for even the youngest learne..


IEP Goals:
(Reading Goal) By MONTH, YEAR, given a sentence starter along with number cards, emotions visual cards, and "who" cards (boy/girl), STUDENT will read each sentence with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities.

(Math Goal) By MONTH, YEAR, given pictures of up to 10 objects (people), STUDENT will count the correct number of objects and choose the number/number word card with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities.

(Social/Emotional Goal) By MONTH, YEAR, given real-life pictures of emotions in children of varying ages, STUDENT will identify the correct emotion shown, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities.
$5.00
Behavior ABC's Visual with Strategies
Quick reference Behavior ABC's Visual with antecedent, behavior, and consequence strategies...


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