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Thanks for stopping by my store! I focus on products designed for children with autism, ADHD, and other behavioral needs. Don't miss my blog, which is filled with strategies and suggestions for how to use these products and so much more! https://thebehaviorbuzz.home.blog/
Emotion Rating Scales and Calming Strategies
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Emotion Rating Scales and Calming Strategies

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This packet includes multiple emotion rating scales in various formats including charts and thermometers. It includes 2 different debriefing pages to help children identify better choices they can make next time. it also includes 36 picture cards of stressful body signs, 56 picture cards of calming strategies, and 50 pictures of emotion causes for multiple emotions. The packet includes cards to start conversations about anxiety producing events, giant facial expression pictures with ideas for multiple activities and more! Information on how to use every worksheet with multiple ideas for use are included.
Waiting Packet
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Waiting Packet

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A packet filled with ideas and materials to help you teach children how to wait. Over 50 visual supports with multiple ways to use them included!
5 in 1 Flexible Thinking Folder
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5 in 1 Flexible Thinking Folder

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Many of our students struggle with being flexible in their thinking. This lack of flexibility can impact children in a lot of problematic ways. Students who are inflexible thinkers often struggle with social interactions, they may be anxious about handling changes, or easily frustrated when things don’t go as planned. Finding a variety of ways to practice those skills can be difficult, though. The items in this 5-in-1 folder are designed to provide you with multiple ways to build flexible thinking skills in students of all ages and at all levels. Before using the materials, print, laminate, and cut out all the cards. Then, using Velcro, arrange them as shown in the illustration, so they all fit in one folder.
5 in 1 Emotions Folder
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5 in 1 Emotions Folder

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Helping students and clients learn about emotions can be complicated. Students are all at different levels of skill, and it can be tricky to keep a large set of supplies with you while you move from child to child. With this 5-in-1 folder, you can use a single set of materials with a wide range of students. Before using the materials, print, laminate, and cut out all the cards. Then, using Velcro, arrange them as shown in the illustration, so they all fit in one folder.
Feelings Mats for Emotion Understanding
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Feelings Mats for Emotion Understanding

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These mats are a fantastic way to help teach emotion understanding to a range of students. Work on body language, causes, common things people say when feeling that emotion, and facial expressions. The packet includes 7 different feelings mats and suggestions for a wide range of ways to use the materials, from role plays to playdough based activities!
9 Fun and Engaging File Folder Tasks
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9 Fun and Engaging File Folder Tasks

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A set of 9 different full-color file folder tasks. Instructions on how to set up the tasks are included. Tasks cover a wide range of early learning skills, from counting to sight words to sorting!
Behavioral Data Sheet Packet
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Behavioral Data Sheet Packet

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A super helpful packet with lots of behavioral data forms, including 2 types of ABC data forms (including a simple checklist version), chaining data forms, frequency trackers, occurrence/non-occurrence trackers, even a form to help you identify the best rewards for your children! This packet includes samples of many forms and tips for filling out each form! This is the packet you’ve been looking for - all of the forms in one place!!
Conversation Skills Packet
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Conversation Skills Packet

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This is the conversation packet you’ve been looking for!! 25 pages filled with a huge range of activities and worksheets, including games, card sorts, role plays, and much more! The first 3 pages of the packet are filled with ideas for using each activity, including ideas for individual and group work.
Social Skills Worksheet Packet - Part 1
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Social Skills Worksheet Packet - Part 1

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Lots of ready to print and use worksheets to teach social skills. Includes lessons on lying, sharing, solving disagreements, joining in play, and much more! Each worksheet can be completed individually by the child, done one on one in a therapy session, or used to lead a group activity.
Fraction Manipulatives
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Fraction Manipulatives

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Ready to print and use! These manipulatives will help your learners actually understand what a 1/4 means and why 3/4 + 1/2 = 1 1/4. These manipulatives can help children see how the fractions fit together and help them begin to develop an internal understanding of how fractions work!
Feelings Task Cards
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Feelings Task Cards

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18 different task cards! Each card has a situation and 4 pictured emotions. Children must choose which feeling they would have in the situation. Includes suggestions on multiple ways to use the cards, including individually and in groups, as well as how to teach perspective-taking!
Math Adding Strips
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Math Adding Strips

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Using Lego, pegs, or other manipulatives, help children learn basic math facts. The set includes 20 pre-made cards and 20 cards you can personalize with any addition facts you want to help students learn.
The Giant Bingo Board Combo pack
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The Giant Bingo Board Combo pack

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Teaching any skill becomes more fun for students when it feels like a game. Kids may complain about reviewing math facts, but make it a game-show style quiz and everyone gets engaged. Reviewing spelling words may draw groans from the class, but putting them in teams and having a competition makes it exciting! The same is true for social skills. Reviewing social skills is infinitely more exciting when it feels like a game, and what game is more universally beloved than Bingo? The following pages have a variety of Bingo boards that you can use for a range of skills. Inside you’ll find 6 different Bingo boards, with multiple ways to play each to keep them entertaining for a range of students. Instructions for the boards are at the beginning of each section. When you’re ready to use the boards, consider laminating them and using dry-erase markers so they can be reused for years.
Billy Butterfly’s Busy Day: An Interactive Good Choices Story
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Billy Butterfly’s Busy Day: An Interactive Good Choices Story

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Help children learn about making good choices through an interactive story. Billy Butterfly encounters 4 different scenarios when flying around the garden. In each situation, Billy asks the reader for help and offers 2 possible choices. Children can tell Billy which choice is the best choice to help the story continue. Choice pages are great places for teachers and therapists to stop the story and talk with children about similar situations they may have encountered. They can also help children think through what would happen if Billy picked each option.
Complete Set of Lego Playbooks
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Complete Set of Lego Playbooks

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This packet contains 5 different step-by-step Lego playbooks. Students who struggle to play appropriately with toys often are more successful when using a playbook to show them what to do, one step at a time. This packet includes playbooks to show students who to build a 4-piece structure, 8-piece structure, 14-piece structure, 15-piece structure, and 16-piece structure. Each playbook has a final page that visually lets the student know they’re done. The longer playbooks can easily be modified, if necessary, but removing some pages to create additional simpler structures until the student is ready for the more complex structures. These work great for students who aren’t quite ready to independently follow the visual instructions that come with Legos, but who like playing with Lego.
5 in 1 Conversations Folder - for a wide range of levels
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5 in 1 Conversations Folder - for a wide range of levels

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Teaching conversations to students and clients can be difficult. Everyone is at a different level, and it can be difficult to keep track of so many different materials, especially when you’re working with children back to back. Wouldn’t it be great to have one easy-to-carry visual support that could work with a wide variety of children at a range of levels? That was the inspiration between the 5-in-1 Conversation Folder. Work with a wide range of children using one multi-functional folder of supports
Game Play Visual Rules - Part 1
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Game Play Visual Rules - Part 1

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When students struggle to play games, either because they need extra support understanding the rules or because of their language skills, visual rules can help! This packet includes rules for 7 common games: Go Fish, Twister, Tic-Tac-Toe, Old Maid, Kerplunk, Perfection, and Guess Who. It also includes visual prompt pages to help students ask the appropriate questions for Guess Who and Headbandz!
The Incredible Reward Sheet Packet
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The Incredible Reward Sheet Packet

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Using rewards can be an essential and effective way to help students be successful. They help children understand expectations and motivate them to complete non-preferred tasks. Because the most appropriate reward board may vary depending on the child, the skill, and the reward, a wide variety of options have been included in this packet. Additionally, each reward sheet or board is included twice. The first time it has information included about the various sections on the board, the reasons for each section, and ways to modify it for the students you have. The second version of each board is for you to copy and print, if you want to use it exactly as is. The second copy of each board also has a few blanks included, however, to allow some personalization. All sample boards are located first, then all blank boards are at the back.
Visual Supports for Art Activities
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Visual Supports for Art Activities

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Art activities can be a fun way to build a variety of skills in students. Sometimes, however, the multi-step process of art projects can make them difficult for some students. Included in this packet are 11 step by step visual supports for art projects. Each project not only has a full-color visual support, but also includes a teacher information card to attach to the back of the support. These cards include all necessary supplies, any advanced prep that should be done, as well as step by step written instructions.