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Visual Support Cards Self-Management & Emotional Behavioral Supports - I Need a Break. I Am Feeling.

What are my guys up to? (and free home visuals!) | The Autism Helper

What are my guys up to? (and free home visuals

Visual aids for children with autism. Print these colorful charts to help you to better communicate with an autistic child. from: The autism helper

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Parents can use this chart to teach their children how they organize their time at home. For example, when the bed time come, they will require from their children to match appropriate picture that refer to bed time.

This is a link to print out warning Cards.  This gives students time to reflect on their behavior and cool down before discussing it with the teacher.  @Emmeretta Russey

Warning Cards (A Classroom Management Tool!)

This is a link to print out warning Cards. bring the card back in five minutes and tell what you did wrong and how you will fix it. This gives students time to reflect on their behavior and cool down before discussing it with the teacher.

Ultimate Packet of Behavior Management Visuals for Children with Autism from The Autism Helper on TeachersNotebook.com (19 pages)  - This packet includes 10 behavior management interventions with visuals and thorough directions for implementation for a variety of behaviors! These are strategies that are useful for children with autism, BD, cognitive disabilities, ADHD, as well as any o

This packet includes 10 behavior management interventions with visuals and thorough directions for implementation for a variety of behaviors!

Learn strategies for ending power struggles, calling out, and disruptive behaviors. Get ideas for teaching students to self-monitor their behavior and use positive language. A Peach for the Teach

Nice explanation of planned ignoring. Learn strategies for ending power struggles, calling out, and disruptive behaviors. Get ideas for teaching students to self-monitor their behavior and use positive language. A Peach for the Teach

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