Make learning fun and engaging for your students and help the security guard protect the pizza parlor from the animatronic characters that we've all come to know and love or be creeped out by. Cover up the evil Ennard with the reinforcement of the student's choosing. You can provide four of your students favorite reinforcements.
Five Nights at Freddy's is a point-and-click survival mystery video game created by Scott Cawthon. The game centers on a fictional pizza restaurant called "Freddy Fazbear's Pizza", where the player must act as a night security guard, defending themselves from the malfunctioning animatronic characters by tracking their movement through the facility using security cameras.
I've included a .pdf file (they usually print better) and a word document so you can make any changes to the reinforcement pictures depending on what your student/child prefers as their reward!!
This token board is all about Five Nights At Freddys. I've also added some common feelings cards for you to print out and use if needed.
Note: The tokens are foldable so you do not have to have the hassle of carrying the tokens in your pocket. Velcro them to the board and you just have to fold them over. You will never lose your tokens !!
The boards include:
Freddy, Mangle, Foxy etc...
Numerous reinforcement opportunities using actual photos of the rewards. These can be easily recreated with a copy and paste if a reinforcement isn't listed.
It also includes an I am feeling if you would like to add that to your token system as well.
This is a 5 or 10 token token board system. No need for extra tokens as they never will get lost.
This is an: "I am working for..." token board. There are four basic choices a student with Autism or behavioral challenges can make. Choices range from a walk, reading time, jump rope to a computer or iPad. There are many of the most common choices as rewards.
How to put together:
--Print out on card stock and laminate (if available).
--Cut out the token strips and choice visuals.
--Use soft and hard velcro dots and strips.
--Cut each token half way so they are able to fold easily.
--Put hard dots on the back of the tokens and choice visuals.
--To keep everything together, I advise putting the token board on a small three ring binder (see attached picture) with a pencil bag to carry the various reinforcement/reward pictures for the student to choose from.
Please not that I do not have control over downloading and printing issues. If any of these should occur please contact TpT for support.
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