BUNDLE Visual Cue Cards for Social, Play & Behavior Management

$6.99

This Bundle of 33 visual cue cards are perfect for any autism, ABA, or special education classroom. These printable cue cards are ideal for teaching expected vs unexpected social and play behaviors. Use these cards to replace verbal prompts when modeling appropriate behaviors.

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This Bundle of 33 visual cue cards are perfect for any autism, ABA, or special education classroom. These printable cue cards are ideal for teaching expected vs unexpected social and play behaviors. Use these cards to replace verbal prompts when modeling appropriate behaviors.

When teaching social and emotional skills, positive behavior interventions support modeling appropriate behavior responses, rather than reprimanding incorrect behaviors. These behavior visuals help you encourage your students to display expected behaviors while fostering a positive classroom atmosphere!

The bundle contains:

15 Positive Behavior Visuals:

  • WAIT: Use this card as a visual to teach students to wait for preferred items.
  • No: This is a great visual for kiddos learning to tolerate being told ‘No’ without having to overuse verbal prompts.
  • Something is Different: Use this to prep learners for upcoming changes in schedule!
  • I want ____: This is a great visual to prompt learners how to make appropriate requests.
  • I can count to 10: Use as a visual reminder of a replacement skill learners can utilize when feeling angry or frustrated.
  • I can take deep breaths: Use as a visual reminder of a replacement skill learners can utilize when feeling angry or frustrated.
  • Keep Calm: Use as a visual reminder of a replacement skill learners can utilize when feeling angry or frustrated.
  • Break: This is a great visual to prompt learners of how to request a “break” upon feeling upset.
  • Can I go for a walk please?: A perfect visual to prompt learners who benefit from a walk break to cool off or calm down.
  • I need ball, please: Use this as a visual to remind learners to advocate for their sensory needs.
  • Exercise Break: Use this as a visual to remind learners to advocate for their sensory needs.
  • I can think happy thoughts: Use as a visual reminder of a replacement skill learners can utilize when feeling angry or frustrated.
  • I need a fidget please: Use this as a visual to remind learners to advocate for their sensory needs.
  • I am upset: A visual cue of appropriate language that learners can use when feeling angry (instead of engaging in disruptive behaviors).
  • I am frustrated: A visual cue of appropriate language that learners can use when feeling angry (instead of engaging in disruptive behaviors).

18 Social and Play Visual Cue Reminder Cards:

  • Hi
  • Hi ____
  • Bye
  • Bye ___
  • Thank you
  • No Thank You
  • Your Turn
  • Good Game
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine, how are you?
  • What is your name?
  • My name is ____
  • Can we share?
  • Do you want to play?
  • Do you want to play _____?
  • I like your ___
  • Help please
  • Can I have ___?

These portable behavior visuals are great to laminate and post around the classroom or keep on a ring clip for individual use with students!

⭐️ Looking to collect data on your students’ skills? ⭐️

Download this FREE small group data sheet to monitor your learners’ progress toward their social and play goals!

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