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This product is designed to provide portable and easily accessible visual reminders to help students successfully and independently demonstrate appropriate behaviors across a wide variety of social, classroom, and school wide activities/interactions.
Students can wear these bracelets during times when they are likely to engage in in-appropriate behaviors or when they may need an extra reminder of the appropriate behaviors that they need to exhibit.
Included are 50 different premade bracelets that can be printed off and immediately put to use.
Bracelets are available in both 4 step (4 square) and 3 step (3 square) visual sequences. Each bracelet is also available in either a low ink or color option.
Should your student require personalized/individualized bracelets, the pre-made bracelets are also editable (title AND behavior visual tiles). Additionally, blank bracelets are provided (with editable titles) along with over 300 different behavior visual tiles (also editable) that can either be physically cut and paste OR electronically transferred onto each bracelet to provide the ultimate personalized visual cues specific for your student.
Visual tiles include:
-Positive behaviors (raise hand, hands to self etc)
-Self calming behaviors (deep breaths, close my eyes etc)
-Negative behaviors (don’t hit, don’t yell etc)
*****Bracelets targeting specific social skills can be found in a separate product (click on the link)***
Should your student not want to wear these as a bracelet, the ‘bracelets’ can be printed and then attached to lanyards/ bookrings etc.
Specific ‘pre-made’ bracelets include:
When I need help (x4)
Walking in the hall (x2)
When I feel mad (x2)
When I’m playing with friends (x2)
When I am given a direction
When my teacher is talking (x2)
When I’m doing my work
When I make a mistake (x2)
When my work is tough (x2)
When I want to answer in class
During programs/assemblies (x2)
In the library (x2)
Before I do something
When I am told ‘no’
If someone teases me
If it is too loud (x2)
If I don’t want to play
When I am sat on the rug (x4)
When I can’t find something
If someone calls me a name
When I lose a game
‘When I am reading
During recess (x2)
When I get to school (x2)
When I eat lunch (x2)
When I get my lunch
When it is dismissal (x2)
When I finish my work (x2)
Working on the computer
When I’m done with the computer