Color Coded Visual Cue Cards:
Use these visuals to quickly reinforce verbal directions or redirect student behavior. Print, laminate, and cut out each visual. Hole punch the visual at the top or in the corner. Place selected visuals on a binder ring and attach to a lanyard.
There are 36 visuals
included, but I would recommend choosing the ones you’ll use most so that you can easily access them. You can also create multiple binder rings for different settings (teacher table, transitions, circle time, etc.). The visuals are color-coded into three categories:
Green (Go)= Good Behaviors
Red (Stop)= Bad Behaviors
Blue= Neutral (These visuals are more likely to be used as reminders rather than reinforcement or redirection.)
*All cards are included in both a full background color version and a border only version.
This product includes a good/bad behavior sort to help teach the cueing cards. You can also use these cue cards as part of your token economy. Green behaviors earn tokens/points and red behaviors lose tokens/points (only if taking away tokens/points is part of your token economy.)
The visuals included are:
-hands in lap
-hands at side
-don't pick nose
-take a break
-work with teacher
-time to go home
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