Behavior & Emotion File Folders

If you ever hang around anyone behavior therapist minded you have probably heard the term – antecedent interventions. It’s basically a fancy way of saying – a way to prevent problem behavior. Who the heck could be against that? You think I want to cause problem behaviors? Am I out of my freaking mind. I will pick prevent over cause any second of any day. A great way to prevent problem behavior is to keep it part of the conversation. Be constantly talking about what is “good behavior” and what is “bad behavior.” It’s all about repetition and multiple exemplars.

I have a fabulous and sneaky way to work behavior management into even more of your classroom routine. How about working on behavior management strategies during direct instruction and even independent work time? I know – super sneaky, right?

Look how awesome they turned out! Introducing Behavior File Folder Activities. File folder activities included are Good vs. Bad Behavior,  Match Behavior and Consequence, Fun vs. Not Fun Activities, Little Problem vs. Big Problem, Select Good Choice or Bad Choice, and Sort Good and Bad Consequences.

The Autism Helper - Behavior File Folders

The Autism Helper - Behavior File Folders

The Autism Helper - Behavior File Folders

The Autism Helper - Behavior File Folders

The Autism Helper - Behavior File Folders

The Autism Helper - Behavior File Folders

Next up: Emotion File Folders! A fun and interactive way to work on identifying and understanding your emotions!

The Autism Helper - Emotion File Folders

The Autism Helper - Emotion File Folders

The Autism Helper - Emotion File Folders

The Autism Helper - Emotion File Folders

The Autism Helper - Emotion File Folders

The Autism Helper - Emotion File Folders

Snag these goodies today on SALE during the teacher appreciation sale! We are loving these in my room 🙂

7 Comments

  1. Sasha – you are amazing! You have no idea how much time your products save me! I just ordered your Emergency pack for an ABA client and I can’t wait to get this one for her, too! Keep up the awesome work – love it!!
    Karen at thesuccessbox.com

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  2. Awesome! So happy these are helpful to you 🙂

    Thanks, Karen!

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  3. Awesome! Great to hear 🙂

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  4. So wish I’d seen your “emotions” pack earlier.. we’ve been doing an emotions focus this term, would have saved me from reinventing the wheel, especially when your resources have far better visuals than mine! 🙂

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  5. Haha! maybe for next year 🙂

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  6. Hello Sasha. I was wondering if this packet included some data collection sheets. I am loving the idea but I also need some data collection on this area. If it does not come with the data sheets, any ideas you can suggest?

    Thanks.
    Andrea

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  7. Hmmm… it doesn’t include any data sheets but I think the best way to take data would maybe be either receptive language identification (show me scared and point to picture of the scared face) or expressive identification (show me scared and student makes scared face). Hope this helps!

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