mixedupdays: “ My school is pushing Kelso’s choice wheel, but since I have a “rockets and robots” theme in my room, I decided to draw my own. It has the exact same choices and wording, and it was a lot of fun to draw. So yesterday I made a T chart.
Calm Down Kit- behavioral and visual supports for students with special needs and autism. Calm Down Corner, Calm Down Area, Sensory Break. Calm Down Reflection. Positive Behavioral Intervention Services - use in safe place area
Partner wheel: Put the kids you don't want together in the smaller circle and match them up to the kids in the larger circle! I would add arrows to the larger circle to help younger students understand their partners
How to say I'm sorry. This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it. The visual aspect of this anchor chart is perfect for students with autism and special learning needs. A great checklist and prompts to apologize appropriately.
These easy-to make meters help children increase their awareness of voice volume, personal space and levels of formality. Would be good for when visitors come to the classroom and for students to practise and develop their self-control.