Emotions flashcards. Teach students with autism about emotions, and what each emotion looks like. Utilize the whole calm down kit to help students de-escalate in the classroom, regulate emotions and calm down.
Clear, concise behavior steps to calming down. Help an escalating child calm down with these visual steps. Behavior support for a special needs (autism) classroom. Utilize the whole calm down kit to help students de-escalate in the classroom, regulate emotions and calm down.
These cards will help students who have a difficult time verbalizing their feelings and advocating for themselves. These cute and simple cards can be used in a variety of different ways. 1) Can be turned into a coping skills key ring. Students can easily flip through the cards and identify feelings and needs.2) Can be used as an assessment tool for those non-verbal students.3) Can be turned into a memory matching game4) Can be used to practice coping skills 5) Can be used to teach students…
A free e-book to help kids to identify, understand and name their emotions. Understanding emotions is an important first step in helping kids to heal. Designed for children of divorce, this book is helpful for children of all ages, teens and even adults to understand different emotions and recognize how those emotions show up in their lives.
Anger Management Choice Board - kids can self-monitor emotions and pick a calming technique from the choices supplied while taking a break to calm down. Create multiple choices using 2"x2" square picture cards attached via velcro :)
Free Behavior Supports! This printable behavior support is a choice card for students with Autism or other visual learners. The "When I'm Upset," card offers students calming choices to be done in a "quiet area," when upset or calming down from a tantrum. Download at: www.filefolderhea...
"How To Set Up A Special Education Program"- Communication Day 3
I have a read aloud response and craft activity that you can use at the beginning of the school year when you are establishing your classroom rules.Listening is such an important social skill. Students need to learn how to listen respectfully to each other, as well as being able to talk and share their ideas.In the story, Lacey Walker Nonstop Talker, Lacey loves to talk.