The beginning of the year is filled with teaching procedures. This product offers a quick and easy tool to go with and reinforce your teaching of classroom procedures. These behavior bracelets provide reinforcement for 16 different classroom procedures. They are designed in strips that are easily cut apart showing 4 steps to each procedure in both words and pictures. Students can glue the ends of the strips together and wear the bracelet throughout the day as a reminder. They can also be used anytime during the year when students need a refresher on specific procedures.
Procedures included: water from fountain, morning routine, end of the day packing, listening to announcements, fire drills, lining up, cafeteria procedures, cafeteria dismissal, listening to a speaker, playground behavior, answering questions in class, moving to the carpet, making a lunch choice, washing hands, when the teacher calls for attention, making a lunch choice, and working in a group
Keywords: classroom procedures, classroom management, visual supports, autism, special education, The Deane's List