Expected vs. Unexpected Behavior

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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
Social Skills EXPECTED and UNEXPECTED Task Cards for Autism
Expected and unexpected responses for 36 picture scenario cards to teach social skills and appropriate reactions and actions for students with autism. NO reading skills required! Use a clothespin task card, mark the answer, or work in a small group to discuss each scenario to gain understanding of appropriate social responses. A variety of scenarios and age groups are included in this 36 card s..


IEP Goals:
Given a visual of a social scenario depicting “expected” or “unexpected” behavior, STUDENT will provide the most appropriate response by clipping, marking, or stating if the person/people in the picture are doing something that is “expected” or “unexpected”, in 4 out of 5 trials, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.
$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
Auditory Preferences Sensory Visual Support
Autism auditory preferences sorting activity. Many students with autism have sensory processing dificulties. Students may be hyper and / or hypo sensitive to a variety of sounds. This sorting activity allows individual students to create a "visual support" which shows their own auditory preferences. All the graphics used in our resources have been produced by my daughter. They are..


IEP Goals:
Given an auditory sensory preference board of sounds that frighten/can cope with, STUDENT will sort picture cards into the category in which he/she feels the sound belongs based upon predicted or past responses to the situation in 80% of possible choices, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.00
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
Good Sport Checklists
These checklists can be done before and after a child engages in a game or activity with others. The "Are You A Good Sport" checklist will help children to think about "good sport behaviors" and how to use them before they engage with others. The "Were You A Good Sport" checklist will help children to reflect on their behavior after engaging with others. Included are..


IEP Goals:
Given a checklist as a reminder of the qualities demonstrated of being a "Good Sport", or playing a game fairly, STUDENT will refer to the checklist prior to, and after the event (game) has occurred, in order to demonstrate understanding of emotional responsibility, in 4 out of 5 trials, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.00
Friendship Activities: Is It...Kind or Unkind?
Friendship Behaviors: These fun and interactive activities will promote good friendship skills for children developing social awareness. Great to do with children who struggle with making and maintaining friendships. Two sets of cards were made to appeal to both older and younger children, one with pictures and words, a second with just words. Children read/look at the cards and decide which c..


IEP Goals:
Given interactive activities to help understand good friendship behaviors, STUDENT will identify kind and unkind behaviors through listing, naming, and labeling tasks, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.25
Social Story: Using Friendly Talk
This story can be used as a social story, activity, or role play. It can also serve as a good discussion tool to work on improving student's perspective taking abilities. The story offers suggestions for how to talk to someone in a friendly way and also suggestions for what NOT to do. This story can help children to gain a greater awareness of the affect they have on others while interacting with ..


IEP Goals:
Given a social story to reinforce things that are okay and not okay to say, and the consequences of how others may feel, STUDENT will identify things that are okay and not okay to say, by role play, modeling and responding appropriately to a peer, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.50
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..


IEP Goals:
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..


IEP Goals:
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
Personal Space Activities: Understanding Personal Space
Personal Space Activities: Understanding Personal Space can be difficult for some children. The fun and interactive activities included in this packet have your students really think about what good personal space is as well as how it looks and feels, to you and to others. The materials included are differentiated to reach many learners. There are written scenario cards, picuture cards, several st..


IEP Goals:
Given a social story, follow-up activities, and pre-taught strategies in order to respect personal space amongst peers and adults, STUDENT will refer to these strategies with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$4.25
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
Social Story Coloring Book Series GOING TO THE DOCTOR (Girl version)
Social Story Coloring Book Series GOING TO THE DOCTOR (Girl version) Just PRINT and STAPLE! Crayons, reading, and learning…what could be better? This one-of-a-kind Social Story Coloring Book Series, keeps children actively engaged with the message the social story is conveying. It’s a fact that children love to color and it’s been proven to be therapeutic, too. With 16 pages to color, your c..


IEP Goals:
Given a social story related to a life skills event (going to the doctor), STUDENT will read/listen while being read to, the story and repeat back up to three events or situations which have occurred in the story, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$4.00