Behavior Sort : Good & Bad Choices Autism Special Education

Grade Levels
PreK - 6th, Adult Education, Homeschool
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96 Task Cards
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This listing is for “Good and Bad Choices Behavior Sort” Task Cards. The task cards are an excellent activity to teach students to develop understanding of “good” & “bad” behavior choices.

The visual nature of the task cards encourages the student to think about what each behavior depicted may mean and whether it falls in to a “good or bad” behavior choice category.

Each task card provides the opportunity for further discussion about what is acceptable and unacceptable behavior.

The resource is suitable for independent or group work.

There are 3 “sorting answer” options – Emoji / Thumbs up- thumbs down – visual correct/incorrect icons.

A total of 96 Task Cards are included (32 of each Sorting Answer options).

It will give students a visual opportunity to see what the behaviors look like that are included on the task card and then offer them the opportunity to choose whether the behavior they can see is good or bad and ask the question why? Other questions it might raise- how will other people/friends feel if I choose a good or a bad behavior?

Why choosing a good behavior is more important than a bad behavior.

Print, cut and laminate each task card. Use a counter/peg or dry erase marker. Encourage your student to “mark” using a dry erase marker/ peg or counter which “choice” displayed (Good or Bad Choice) on the task card and then discuss.

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Total Pages
96 Task Cards
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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