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What is emotional regulation and why is it important? — Express Yourself, NC
What is emotional regulation and why is it important? — Express Yourself, NC
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Autism and Consequences by Judy Endow
by Judy Endow Autism and Consequences Sometimes a person with authority over another engineers a consequence for certain behaviors as a way to decrease the frequency of unwanted behaviors. One way people learn is from consequences. For example, if you leave your car parked outside with the windows down and it rains, the natural consequence is that
handmade monster puppets for kids to make with paper and clothes pegs on the table
Crafty Moms on Instagram: "COUNTING MONSTERS EYES 👀 If you’ve been following us for a while you already know we love using clothespins in our activities because they are perfect to strengthen those little hand muscles and it will help them improve their fine motor skills. Kids will open the clothespins that has the eyes of the monsters and they will place them matching the numbers written on their bellies. We decided to make them like they are stand-up monsters! This was a twist that our kids
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Behavior Intervention
My Behavior Intervention Guide is a great resource for elementary school counselors, MTSS behavior teams, or other educators that need support implementing tier 2 and tier 3 behavior interventions. My resource has 3 different lenses to conceptualize behavior and behavior support. This resource can also be used proactively and reactively with students. Get access to my Behavior Intervention Guide today!
a table with the words skills to manage behavior
Skills to manage difficult behaviors. Ways to use positive strategies to manage your childs difficult behaviors and build positive interactions. Ways to avoid saying, No, Don't, Stop, Quit and Yelling!