Expected vs. Unexpected Behavior

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Thanksgiving Behavior Token Boards for Autism
Six Thanksgiving themed token boards & Six sets of 10 Thanksgiving themed tokens. *Use with a behavior plan *Use as a visual timer *Use as a reward system *Use for counting 1-10 *Use a work task completion chart Inspired by Evan Autism Resources..


IEP Goals:
Given a reward chart, STUDENT will place a picture token card on the board when a previously determined behavior, work completion, etc., has been accomplished, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Social Skills Behavior Yes No Cards
Social Skills Behavior Yes/No clip cards for students with autism and special education needs. After reading a short sentence your students with answer one of the following questions: Is this gentle? Is this kind? Is this caring? Is this sharing? Is this OK? Is this helpful? This set contains 30 Easy Prep clip cards- just print, laminate & cut...


IEP Goals:
Given a one sentence scenario, STUDENT will determine if the act described is representative of kindness, sharing, gentle, or helpful, by responding with a "yes" or "no" response by marking the response or providing a verbal response, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.50
Safe vs Unsafe
picture cards help students recognize unsafe situations and offers contrasting safe situations. Use for problem solving...


IEP Goals:
Given a picture depicting an event or action, STUDENT will determine if it is "safe" or "unsafe" by describing what is shown in the picture and providing at least one explanation as to why the activity is "safe" or "unsafe" with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$4.00
Directions for TASK BOX Custom Bundle
Are you getting ready to head back to school? Do you need high-interest, visually pleasing work tasks for your students? Please read these simple directions on how to order your very own "Task Box Filler" Custom Bundle order. ..


IEP Goals:
Please download and read the simple directions on how to create your very own Custom "Task Box Filler" Bundle and use in your classroom today! EASY to set up and use, these "Task Box Filler" Task Card sets are perfect for homeschooling, tutoring, or practicing at home with your own child. INCREDIBLE SAVINGS!
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Appropriate WORK or WEEKEND CLOTHING Task Cards “Task Box Filler” for Autism
Appropriate WORK or WEEKEND CLOTHING Task Cards “Task Box Filler” for Autism This Task Card “Task Box Filler” set lets teens and young adults decide if the outfit or garment is appropriate to wear for work, or might be a better choice to wear on the weekend. A variety of pictures of clothing, uniforms and more, are shown. NO VELCRO NEEDED! Just print, laminate, trim, and enjoy! This activity..


IEP Goals:
Given a picture of an outfit or clothing garment, STUDENT will determine if the clothing is appropriate to wear to a job (place of employment) during assigned work hours, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.50
SCHOOL RULES Reading TASK CARDS Matching “Task Box Filler” for Autism and ELL
SCHOOL RULES Reading TASK CARDS Matching “Task Box Filler” for Autism This task card set focuses on school rules or expectations related to school. With 20 real life picture and sentence rule task cards, along with a choice of symbol/sentence or real life picture/sentence response cards, students will be able to complete this task independently! This is perfect all year long to reinforce school..


IEP Goals:
Given a picture or scenario related to school rules or expectations, STUDENT will match the correct symbol and sentence with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a picture or scenario related to school rules or expectations, STUDENT will match the correct picture and sentence with 80% accuracy in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$2.75
Life Skills 'What Should I Do?' Worksheets
'What Should I Do?' worksheets for older students with autism and special needs, to reflect on their own reactions to real life scenarios. 10 No Prep worksheets- just print & go!..


IEP Goals:
Given a question in which a scenario is provided, STUDENT will write, type, or say an appropariate solution to the problem, by including up to three details in sentence or list form, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Token Boards (Spring Themed)
A set of token boards (or incentives charts) made in a spring theme. Boards vary from three to ten required tokens. There are four different implementation options: 1. Print and mark each box with marker, pen, pencil, or stickers as student earns each token. 2. Print boards and images. Cut out images. Glue images inside each box as token is earned. 2. Print and laminate board, using a dry era..


IEP Goals:
Given a token board as part of a token economy reward system,and a pre-determined "reward", STUDENT will work to earn up to ten tokens (picture cards) by completing a task, demonstrating "expected" behavior,etc., within a set time limit, in order to receive the reward, as measured by teacher observation and data, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$1.50
Girl After School Routine
Girl After School Routine is a product to show step by step a typical after school routine. There is a file folder match, two piece image match ups, cut and paste worksheets and a coloring page. Color image cards can also be used to encourage student to sequence the order of steps they take to get ready for school. Great for independent tasks **Please look at preview for more product imag..


IEP Goals:
Given a picture activity related to a child's after school routine (female), which includes matching, coloring, and sequencing pictures, STUDENT will complete the task (independently/with prompts as needed), with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.00
Boy After School Routine
Boy After School Routine is a product to show step by step a typical after school routine. There is a file folder match, two piece image match ups, cut and paste worksheets and a coloring page. Color image cards can also be used to encourage student to sequence the order of steps they take to get ready for school. Great for independent tasks **Please look at preview for more product image..


IEP Goals:
Given a picture activity related to a child's after school routine (male), which includes matching, coloring, and sequencing pictures, STUDENT will complete the task (independently/with prompts as needed), with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
$3.00
No Hands In Pants
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
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