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Visual Reminders for Behavior

Visual Reminders for Behavior
Visual Reminders for Behavior
Visual Reminders for Behavior
Visual Reminders for Behavior
Visual Reminders for Behavior
Visual Reminders for Behavior
Visual Reminders for Behavior
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This resource features three different types of visual directions to help you teach students with special needs appropriate behaviors while reminding them not to engage in inappropriate behaviors.

Types of Visual Reminders
1. Large Flashcards (size: 1/2 page) - these are great for social skills instruction during whole and small groups, accommodating children with visual impairments, etc.
2. Medium sized cards (approximately 2" x 3") with tabs - designed to be put on a book ring so you can attach them to your lanyard or belt loop
3. Small cards (1.5" x 1.5") - these can be used with the included templates for visual reminder strips (there are 4 different templates), which are great for attaching to students' desks, planners, etc.

Each set of visuals feature the following pictures/terms:

~ Appropriate Prosocial Behaviors:
Sit in chair
Sit on floor
Sit at desk
Stand up
Line up
Hold hands
Raise hand
Hands in lap
Say “Hi”
Say “Bye”
Your turn
My turn
Walk away
Deep breaths
Use your words
Do your work
All done
Clean up
Check schedule (written)
Check schedule (picture)

~ Inappropriate Behaviors:
No biting
No hitting
No kicking
No spitting
No yelling
No cursing
No pushing
No hiding
No running away
No tearing paper
No throwing
No pinching
No nose picking
No touching poop
No touching privates
No undressing

There are two different versions of cards for the inappropriate behaviors: 1) the "no" symbol is shown above the picture of the inappropriate behavior, 2) a semi-transparent "no" symbol is layered on top of the picture of the inappropriate behavior. I made both versions because some children have come to expect the "no"symbol, while other children have difficulty seeing the picture itself if the "no" symbol is on top of it.

If you like this product, you may also be interested in browsing other visual supports products from my store (pictures & templates for picture schedules, social stories, etc). Click here: Visual Supports by Fun for Learning
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