This is a good listening reward strip I created for my students with Autism who had a difficult knowing if what he was doing was perceived as good listening by his teachers and peers. He benefited from visually seeing when he was doing good listening during an activity. The immediate visual response from an adult letting him know that he was doing good listening enabled him associate what he was doing with how adults perceive his actions. I print these on card stock and laminate. On the good listening reward strip, I put velcro in the boxes on the front, a velcro strip across the back of the strip and velcro on the back of the green numbered squares. To use: The student will choose the reward they are working towards and place the picture on the front as a reminder. Start with all the smiley faces on the back. When the student is demonstrating good listening, move one smiley face to the front at a time; making sure the student sees you move the smiley face to the front so they associate what they are doing with good listening. When all the smiley faces have been moved to the front the student has earned their reward.