Sometimes little ones present challenging behaviors as they are developing their social skills and learning how to interact with others.
* This skill development can be influenced by students’ language proficiency, problem solving skills, developmental level, and learning styles.
* This resource was created for Early Childhood Special Education students, but will be useful for all early learners in a group setting, in a one to one setting, at school, or at home.
This resource has eighty-six Mini- Posters to provide students with visual cues for both good behaviors and poor behaviors with duplicate posters for boys and girls.
Each Mini-Poster has a question or discussion prompt to assist in generating a conversation about the behavior with your students, to discuss different solutions, and to explore better ways to solve problem behaviors.
In addition, Mini-Posters can be used
*to create or illustrate class rules.
* to discuss opposite behaviors.
* on bulletin boards.
Please check out our other behavior resources at the following link:
Behavior in Preschool
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