This is a simple, but effective visual strategy I use with my kids. The student and myself come up with the positive and negative consequences of our actions. These actions can be complex or extremely simple. Sometimes, in the midst of a meltdown, I can quickly pull out one of these papers and fill it out on the fly. It has truly helped my students see the consequences of their actions and complete tasks at a much higher rate.
Fill out student's name
Choose the activity- this can be as simple as saying thank you or sitting down
Decide what the student needs to do to earn a positive consequence
Decide the positive and negative consequence or choices
Circle the end result and save for data collection purposes