Behavior Supports: "No" Behaviors vs. "Go" Behaviors!

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Behavior Supports: "No" Behaviors vs. "Go" Behaviors!
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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 emotional or physical regulation challenges, and or lower cognitive functioning. Includes a social story and 2 options for behavior charts.

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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