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Going o the Park Rules. Going o the Park Rules.

Date added: 05/24/2010
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 172.17 kB
Downloads: 12618


This page was made for someone we had difficulties with when taking him to the park. He is in High School and has autism and had quite challenging behaviour problems but he was quite intelligent and had quite a high level of understanding. We knew that he really enjoyed our class shop where he could buy his favourite foods to eat (who wouldn’t enjoy that?). So we decided to reward him for each behaviour that he follows when going to the park, this included, holding hands, feet on the floor (because he loved to climb), hands to himself and listening to the teacher. We rewarded him with a card which he puts on the chart for each rule that he followed and when we got back to school he would exchange that for real money to use to buy things at our class shop. This really worked for him, and he was as good as gold every time we took him to the park (on most occasions anyway).

He also learnt very quickly that each coin has a value and is worth more than the other.

This resource is made for Australian money but you can edit it by taking photos of money used in your country and pasting it over the Australian coins.

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Who's turn next? Who's turn next?

Date added: 03/21/2010
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 43.94 kB
Downloads: 12460

This page is created because of my students fighting over the computer. This helps students to understand about taking turns. It also teaches position for maths. What I would do is have students photos laminated and velcroed and put their photos in the position of their turn on the computer. Once the student has finished, I would take it off and put their photo either at the end of the line or simply just say your turn is finished. I would also have the sand timer on so that the student can see it visually when their turn is over.

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Stars Reward Chart Stars Reward Chart

Date added: 09/28/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 14.8 kB
Downloads: 12558

This is  just a simple star chart that I have used for many different students to manage his/her behaviour, it is to be laminated and the stars cut out. The reward can be something you choose or something the child chooses. When the child reaches 3 stars, the child will be rewarded.

I have tried many different strategies to manage children's behaviour, and positive reinforcement always works better than negative consequences. A child needs to learn that he/she will benefit by following rules, alot of children do not get that. This star chart can be changed to 5 stars as the child's behaviour improves. The chart can be slowly faded away simply by gradually increasing the number of stars as the child's behaviour improves. If you require charts with more stars, please message me.

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Shoe Tying Checklist Shoe Tying Checklist

Date added: 08/30/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 11.03 kB
Downloads: 14479

This is a checklist for the steps to tying shoes. You can use it to document incremental progress towards independance on this life skill. Works great and parents like it. User friendly. Hints: 1. Try using the dual color laces with the kids so that they can discriminate which step goes with which lace. Don't have/can't afford dual color laces? Use a permanent marker on white ones. 2. Use a model set of shoes on the table (toe faced away from the students like their foot will be) before trying to do on their own shoes. Transfer to their own shoes ONLY when motor memory is automated!

By Rebekah Fox

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I Feel - Emotions BINGO I Feel - Emotions BINGO

Date added: 08/15/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 618.36 kB
Downloads: 12423

I have used this page in two different ways. I've used it during morning circle by simply asking each child how are you feeling today? I've also used it in a game situation in which the children loved! I played it like a BINGO game. My assistant came to the front of the class and expressed different emotions. If the emotion matched a picture on their page, they placed a counter (or it can be the same emotion card so they can match) on it. After someone gets BINGO (usually all of them), I play the game again, but this time I get a child to come to the front to express an emotion. My students absolutely loved this game and I was amazed at how clever they were at express each emotion. This game also teaches drama.

Pictures are taken from the web.

Made by Tony Bo

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