Teach your students how to solve problems using visual supports and techniques in your early childhood classroom. Teaching social skills (aka character education) is just as important as teaching letters.
Do you have the kid on the cover in your class who may need a refresher after break? I've met him many times. This is a set of social narratives for providing expectations, perspective, and coping strategies for the classroom routines of raising hands to talk, lining up and walking quietly in the hall, and following teacher's direction. Great for a variety of student in addition to those with autism.
Visual for choices when a child is feeling frustrated. This could be general for an entire class or contain specific choices for an individual student.
24 classroom job labels to help teach your students leadership and responsibility in the classroom.
Compliment Circles: Creating a Kind & Respectful Classroom-Teach your students how to give and receive compliments. A great activity to build character for your classroom. Perfect for any grade, this character development activity is sure to be a hit and change your classroom into a kind and respectful place.
Prepare students for success during morning meeting with visual supports.
By intentionally taking time to build a positive community in your classroom, you can ease the challenges of classroom management, improve student attitude toward learning, and create an environment where students feel welcomed and supported. Check out Presto Plans' 5 favorite ways to build classroom community on The Secondary English Coffee Shop blog!
Every morning the students Safe Keeping People are spread out on a table, waiting to be placed in Mrs. Adams' Safe Keeper Box, so she can keep them safe at school.
These Social Skills Task Cards (Set 2) include 1 complete set of "Go Behaviors/No Behaviors" Task Cards with a total of 68 cards included that focus on social skills and appropriate school behavior. What are "Go Behaviors and No Behaviors?" A Go Behavior is a good behavior. This means, "It's good. Go ahead and do it." A "No Behavior" is a bad behavior. This means, "No. Do not do that behavior."