Contingency Maps help students see the consequences of their choices
I have used this in multiple settings. I often use it in the morning to frontload the child or student for the day, or to review green and red choices throughout the day.
The treat part of this one can be replaced by anything. I've used smarties, skittles or a penny in a jar to work toward a positive reinforcement. You want to make sure that the positive reinforcement is something the student or child really enjoys so that they will want to make those "green" choices instead of the red.
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