This Social: Behavior printable & template also includes:
What does "good behavior" look like? Set clear guidelines for what type of behavior is expected in different situations, and ensure your learners understand the verbal cues that you provide.
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- For a general education class, hold up each of the picture cards and have learners identify specific situations when the behavior you are highlighting is appropriate or inappropriate
- Use these cards as support for communicating with special needs learners regarding their behavior with others
- Designed specifically for special education students, though it is certainly applicable for a general lower-elementary class
- Good list of common behaviors that should be addressed or recognized
- Also includes printable without words for an alternative activity (see included materials)