These 8 patterned token boards were developed to address the preferences of younger students, as well as older students who still benefit from a visual reward system. In addition, whereas token boards with smaller circular patterns posed issues for some students with autism [that is, aligning each token exactly within the perimeter of each circle], the same students have not experienced similar issues with these boards.
Print [cardstock is recommended], then cut out each board. Adhere 2 boards back-to-back (or not). With 8 different patterns, there are many options as to ‘sets.’ Afterwards, laminate and cut along the perimeter of the boards.
Each board has space to earn up to 10 tokens. Use small blocks, plastic tokens, paper squares (or circles)---I prefer to use the magnetic tokens, as even older students enjoy collecting them at the end of each activity.