How To Be a Good Friend - Replacement Behavior Skills

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Mrs Burgen's Sign Me Up
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K - 2nd, Homeschool
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The goal of these lessons is to teach replacement phrases for student language.
I teach Deaf and Special Needs Students K-5. The selected phrases are kid-friendly and taken directly from phrases heard in our hallways. In teaching behavior skills with my students I found that they were using negative language with each other, but had very little positive language replacements for those phrases. This unit has helped IMMENSELY with my students. We refer to it often.
Included in this product
10 posters
We Can Share/ We Did Not Share
We Can Take Turns/ We Did Not Play Fair
We Can Be Fair/ We Were Mean To Our Friends
We Can Use Nice Words/ We Did Not Use Nice Words
We Can Line Up Quietly/ We Did Not Line Up Nicely
Each set of posters has 3-4 phrases that demonstrate appropriate behavior, and 3-4 phrases that demonstrate inappropriate behavior

Writing and Coloring pages for student with the phrase:
I Am A Good Friend

Also included is a game with the same target phrases. Students LOVE the game, and I LOVE them practicing the phrases while also identifying positive vs negative language. Game cards have pictures as well as written language. Pre-Readers are able to play the game by identifying the positive or negative actions in the picture.

Student Reward cards.
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59 pages
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