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Picture scenes where students will circle the expected behavior and draw an X through the unexpected behavior. Tip: I laminated mine and have students work on them in dry erase marker so I can use them over again.
Picture to Sentence Comprehension with an UNEXPECTED BEHAVIORS theme. Students choose the correct sentence to describe each picture using LARGE task cards. This is a perfect entry to reading comprehension. Great for independent work, 1:1 practice, and small groups. Low prep to save you sanity.
DIFFERENTIATED, PAPERLESS, NO PREP, DIGITAL SELF-CHECKING TASK CARD SET.Students choose from a choice of 2 or choice of 3 sentences to to describe the pictures- related to unexpected behaviors. Clipart age appropriate for students in all grades!Use on computers, tablets, smartphones, and interactive
Use this power point presentation to teach and review expected and unexpected school behaviors. Visuals include some signs.
This is a great way to introduce behavior choices in the classroom during the first week of school. Use this visual to teach your students the difference between good choices and bad choices they can make at school. I use this activity after we read the book, No, David! Then, we follow up with a cut
Not bad behavior is a pragmatic language activity for our younger students/clients (4-8) that teach the concept of unexpected versus expected behaviors using games and activities. Behaviors are not inherently bad or good but depend on the context. There are activities for a group as well as individ
“Picture This!” is a product series utilizing REAL pictures to target a variety of skills. It works for my entire elementary caseload! Every Picture This! product includes a file you can upload to your iPad containing pictures, as well as corresponding worksheets. Worksheets with and without pict
Grades:
PreK - 6th
Included in this product: -26 page interactive book -2 data sheets to track students progress on identifying "expected" vs. "unexpected" behavior -1 visual of expected behaviors you can post in your classroom -tips and instructions for use This book is meant to teach your students how to different
This behavior bundle is a great way to teach, generalize, and engage with foundational behavior concepts in a hands on, engaging way. This bundle includes some of my best selling products focusing on this topic - at a discounted price!This bundle includes group activities, independent work, task car
**These are self-checking and can be used on multiple devices and platforms. Please click on the "Preview" link above to see them in action.**THIS IS BOTH SETS OF THIS SERIES. These 40 "Expected vs. Unexpected" Behavior Boom Cards™ task cards work on student's understanding of behavior and were desi
This Expected and Unexpected behavior sorting activity gives students the opportunity to engage with common scenarios to determine the type of behavior they're seeing.Use a Google (TM) Slides presentation to introduce the concept of this hugely important and foundational social skill. Students can t
BUNDLE Not Bad Behavior Expected vs Unexpected Behaviors for pragmatic language including both our print activity and our no print no prep version. Digital Not bad behavior is a pragmatic language NO PRINT NO PREP activity for our younger students/clients (4-8) that teach the concept of unexpected
EVERY SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER knows how important it is to teach our students about APPROPRIATE BEHAVIORS. This includes explicit instruction on what IS and IS NOT Expected in various settings. It's an essential skill..and also a really hard one. This unit focuses on expected and unexpected behavi
Teaching expected and unexpected behaviors throughout the school day is an essential part of any social emotional learning program. Make it hands on with these task cards!Included in this product are 32 task cards, with real photographs that prompt students to determine if a specific behavior is exp
This expected & unexpected behavior activity gives students the opportunity to sort common behaviors into categories to help practice and maintain this foundational social skill.Use a Google (TM) Slides presentation to practice! Students can engage on their own (or in a whole or small group!) us
Are you looking for a fun, interactive NO PRINT, NO PREP distance learning activity to work on identifying expected and unexpected behaviors (appropriate and inappropriate behaviors) during a variety of tasks involving activities of daily living? Then you have found the right Boom Card deck! This Bo
Grades:
3rd - 12th, Adult Education
This product includes 2 sorts which include a mixture of pictures (color and black and white versions!) and word-only cards to assist students in sorting behaviors into the categories of expected behaviors and unexpected behaviors.INCLUDED:★ Black and white clip art picture sort★ Color clip art pict
EVERY SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER knows how important it is to teach our students about APPROPRIATE BEHAVIORS. This includes explicit instruction on what IS and IS NOT Expected in various settings. It's an essential skill..and also a really hard one. This unit focuses on expected and unexpected behavi
Help younger elementary students think about the kinds of behaviors that are “expected” and “unexpected” in the home setting using these appealing worksheets. Great for familiarizing parents with the terminology as well! One of my favorite things to teach about is the concept of expected versus une
Interactive Book - Expected vs. Unexpected Behavior This resource includes a 15-page interactive book targeting expected vs. unexpected behavior at school. Each page includes an illustration of a child/children as well as a brief description of the child's behavior. Students determine if the child
**These are self-checking and can be used on multiple devices and platforms. Please click on the "Preview" link above to see them in action.**THIS IS SET 1 OF THIS SERIES. These 20 "Expected vs. Unexpected" Behavior Boom Cards™ task cards work on student's understanding of behavior and were designed
Have you tried absolutely everything to explain and prepare your child/student for how to have a conversation? Are they nervous or demonstrating unexpected behaviors? You have come to the right place!This social story will take you through common acceptable rules and behavior for having a conversati
Learning emotional regulation and social skills through play has never been easier! Grab your block tower game and add some stickers to it. The deck in this file will allow you to review many different Emotional Regulation and Social Skills topics such as:Identifying EmotionsIdentifying Coping Strat
Expected or Unexpected Behaviors Card GameOverview:It’s easy to point out behaviors that might be considered inappropriate or wrong. However, teaching children what behaviors are not only unexpected of them, but what behaviors are expected of them, is extremely important across all settings (i.e. sc

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