Behavior and classroom management is always a top priority in a special education classroom. In my class, students get rewards if they stay on green happy face, and get thinking time if they make bad choices during the day. You can ask them to sort
Cut out and laminate all the ocean animals pictures. Punch a hole and attach a paperclip to each picture. Use a stick, a piece of yarn, and a small magnet to make a fishing pole. At circle time, spread out the ocean animals on the floor and ask
I love using social story with my students. A lot of behavior problems happen during transitions between activities. Reading this social story will help them understand the idea that following the schedule will lead to reward. Read the story to your
First/Then board is great way for teaching students about the concept of delayed rewards, especially for students with autism or behavior problems and students has problems processing auditory directions. It's also a good start for Discrete Trials.