Flip Book Printables Bundle (Set of 3)

Flip Book Printables Bundle (Set of 3)
Flip Book Printables Bundle (Set of 3)
Flip Book Printables Bundle (Set of 3)
Flip Book Printables Bundle (Set of 3)
Flip Book Printables Bundle (Set of 3)
Flip Book Printables Bundle (Set of 3)
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This download includes three flip book printables.

Behavior Strategies Flip Book:

Directions: Fold the paper horizontally in half. Cut the top flap on the lines, all the way to the fold. Have the students name five classroom behaviors they would like to change. (You can also speak to the teacher to find out what five behaviors they are corrected the most on in the classroom). Have the student write one behavior on the outside of each flap. Have the student lift the flap and write down one positive thing he/she can do when feeling the urge to make the poor choice. Discuss the results with the student. This activity should be used to help lead a conversation. The goal is for the student to recognize positive behaviors they can use to replace the negative behaviors.

Choices and Consequences Flip Book:

Directions: Fold the paper horizontally in half. Cut the top flap on the lines, all the way to the fold. Read each scenario individually, lifting the flap and writing two consequences for that scenario/choice. For extra, have the student go back and place a check mark by the consequences that are positive and an X mark by the consequences that are negative. Discuss the results with the student. This activity should be used to help lead a conversation.

Goal Setting Flip Book:

Directions: Fold the paper horizontally in half. Cut the top flap on the lines, all the way to the fold. Have the student develop five goals, writing one on the outside of each flap. The student should have a goal for friendship, school, career, classroom, and home. The student must come up with three things he/she must do to meet each goal. Lift one flap at a time. Have the student write the three ways to meet that specific goal under each flap. Discuss the results with the student. This activity should be used to help lead a conversation.
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