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If and Then Chart First and Then Chart Autism ASD Visual Schedule Behavior
This is a visual schedule. It has pictures to show what a student should do first and what they do after or what reward they can receive when they accomplish a task. I use this visual schedule with students of mine which have Autism; Asperger's Syndrome
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First Then Chart with Over 90 Editable Task Icons and 60 Reward Icons
Want your students to know exactly what they need to do before they get their reinforcer? Here's how! A compact first then chart that has room for up to 4 tasks, over 90 task icons are included and can be edited or added to! For the "then" side, over 60 reward icons are included, which can also be e
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Day Plan & Visual Schedule with First Then Chart - Cute Monsters
This Little Monster resource includes a cute approach to planning your day. Students will love following the adorable little monsters as they participate in the activities of the day. This set includes: -30 Activity Cards to use with a visual schedule or post around the room -10 Blank (with monst
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First then chart with 6 tasks
This is a first then chart for students who can complete 3 steps before getting a reward. This can be printed, laminated, and used with a dry erase marker over and over.
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First Then chart
This chart can be used to help students with special needs keep track of their day. This chart can be laminated, or placed on a clipboard to use for individual students.
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First, Then Chart: For Carpet Use.
This chart is recommended for school aged children (PreK-1st grades). The purpose of the First, Then Chart is to manage student behaviors with the use of positive reinforcements. The classroom teacher can provide his/her student the opportunity to earn rewards and/or privileges throughout the school
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First, Then Chart: Used for Table-Top Activities and/or Desk (Seat) Work.
This chart is recommended for school aged children (1st-6th grades). The purpose of the First, Then Chart is to manage student behaviors with the use of positive reinforcements. The classroom teacher can provide his/her students the opportunity to earn rewards and/or privileges throughout the school
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GIANT First-Then Chart English/Spanish
Do your students need some extra support to transition between activities, remember multistep directions, or adhere to routines? Then this product is for you!Includes 16 directives with visuals; both Spanish and English versions.Also included are different template for 2, 3, and 4 step directions. Y
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SLP Tools and Tips for Autism and Social Skills - First Then Chart FREEBIE
Many children with ASD (autism spectrum disorder) benefit from visual supports to help them learn new skills, maintain previously learned skills, and transition to new activities. This First/Then chart is a great visual support for students who may have difficulty staying on task or transitioning.
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First Then Chart- Print and Go!
First Then Chart- comes in 3 colors. Print and go! Essential tool for special education classroom management. Simply print and laminate...from this point you can write in the blanks using a dry erase marker or print appropriate icons and attach with Velcro.
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First Then Chart
Use with Schedule picture cards. Helps reduce behaviors in Autistic and behavioral students when they know what is coming next.
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First Then Chart
This first then chart will show students the order of activities. Put a picture or symbol of what you want the student to do first on the left side. Then you will put a picture of symbol of what you want them to do next on the right side. This side is also a good place for a reward for doing the fi
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Schedule Pictures for First then Chart
I use these schedule picture cards for First/Then charts or for smaller schedules for individual students. I add velcro to the back and have a para switch it after the activities. Works great for behavior.
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First-Then Chart
A first-then chart that proves useful for children with Autism, Down-Syndrome, and other similar disabilities. It's not complex - simply simple. Download----Open----Print Cut in half, and laminate for prolonged use. I recommend that you use the chart with velcro.
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First Then Chart
First then chart for students who need visual schedules. Add Velcro to the boxes then pictures for what they need to do first, and what they are then working for.
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A "First" "Then" chart used in Special Education
A visual tool created by using Boardmaker® used to help students with attentional and motivational deficits to understand the order of the activities they will be required to do. For example, "First you read the book" and "Then you play with cars."
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First-Then Chart
Easy to use behavior chart for the "First-Then" strategy. You can use this card for digital boards, with velcro or magnets or actual objects! (I use this technique with small pictures from Boardmaker for my young students who have Autism/Asperger's and are nonverbal). This strategy is simple-here a
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First, Then Chart: Encouraging Child To Read A Chapter Book.
This chart is recommended for school aged children (3rd-6th grades). The purpose of the First, Then Chart is to manage student behaviors with the use of positive reinforcements. The classroom teacher can provide student/students the opportunity to earn rewards and/or privileges throughout the school
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First Then Chart
A first than chart to use with teacher visuals for young students as well as students working with a functional curriculum.
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First Then Chart
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First-Then Chart in Spanish FREE
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Social Story, NO HITTING with Social Skill Activities.
"No Hitting" Social Story with Interactive activities and Behaviour Poster. (NEWLY ADDED A "FIRST AND THEN" chart for behaviour management) "No Hitting" This social story and accompanying activities are designed to redirect children with ASD and Special ED by targeting particular behaviours thro
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Place Value Chart with Decimals
This product now contains 2 different place value charts. The first chart contains Millions thru Thousandths place value. The second chart contains Millions thru Ten Thousandths. Each page contains 2 charts. I like to laminate several of these for use in small groups or at centers. Students ca
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Behavior Toolkit- 18 Visuals to Support Students with Autism
------- 18 Visual Supports for Your Behavior Toolkit------- Behaviors got you beating your OWN head against a wall? Ready to implement strong visuals with students who have behaviors and not sure where to start? This is just the printable for you!This Behavior Toolkit provides multiple ways to use V
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