Do you have students who benefit from visual redirection rather than using words? Try this! After you print it out, cut out each of the individual supports. Then laminate it and cut again. Finally, use a hole punch in the top left corner and put the pictures on a binder ring and attach to a neck lanyard or one of those extendable belt clips (the ones janitors use with their keys).
Now, when the student needs to be given redirection, you can quickly flip to the replacement behavior and not give him/her the verbal attention, just the new expected behavior.
It works, especially if you take the time to teach the class what the pictures mean in advance, rather than just at the time of redirection.