Visual support lanyard- This visual support is for use in a classroom or therapy room as a management tool. Individuals with ASD or behavioral disorders would benefit from a personal visual schedule to reduce undesirable behaviors.
Give each kid three sticks. Each time a kid talks out of turn, take a stick away. Lose all three and talk out of turn again, get a red stick. Each red stick = lose 5 mins of recess (or whatever consequence you choose). Like the BLURT CHART
Students earn popsicle sticks which they can use to buy things from me. Privileges are a smart thing to sell because they don’t cost anything and it can teach responsibility by keeping up with the sticks.
Potato head as a whole group behavior incentive. When the class is caught being good or behaving appropriately as a whole, we allow a student to add a Potato Head body part. Potato Head is completely together, we have a celebration.
This could be adapted to suit my class! (via Team V’s First Grade Fun: “I’m Done” Cups) Students pick a stick from the “I’m Done” cup and work on an activity when they are finished with their work. Teachers can range the activities depending on the grade.