HALLOWEEN First Then Boards Behavior Management Charts Halloween Activities for Autism



First, Then boards for HALLOWEEN are perfect and simple to use for students to support halloween activities for autism.

Perfect behavior management supports for those with autism, ADHD, or ADD who need more behavior help focusing and adhering to school rules.

A First, Then or First, Next, Then board allows the student to choose a reward to follow a teacher selected goal.

For example, if you want a student to complete their work, you would select the “Do your work” picture goal and place it on the board under “First.”

Next, place the student incentive under “Then.”

This is done by either the student or the teacher.

When the student completes the goal, the reward is given immediately.

These are useful in school for general education teachers, special education teacher, specialists, and therapists. Many parents also utilize them at home.

Great for behavior motivation and autism support during fall time, Halloween, and the month of October.

Want to see this behavior tool in action and get tips from Caroline on how to use it in the classroom? Click here to read Using First – Then Boards to Get Work Done.

The Halloween Activities for Autism behavior board include

  • First, Then Boards sized 5” * 3” with 5 Halloween backgrounds + 3 solid colors
  • First, Next, Then Boards sized 7.75” * 3” with 5 Halloween backgrounds + 3 solid colors
  • Choice Boards with 8 boxes for desired rewards
  • 29 Academically Focused goals for “First”
  • 29 Life Skills goals for “First”
  • 54 popular incentive choices for positive reinforcement


Use First-Then and First-Next-Then boards for students who need a little more motivation or for students who have behavior plans.

I often include these in IEPs for students who have a behavior goal.

This set includes printable boards with premade popular goals and incentive pictures and blank boxes for you to add an original picture to.

I recommend printing these in color, laminating and cutting out. Then attach Velcro to the cards, the dots, and the reward pictures.

I often use these often for students with autism in the general education classroom.

The visual aids allow students to see the goal and associate it with a reward they desire which increases the likelihood that the student will reach the goal.

The choice boards are an important part of the First-Then & First-Next-Then boards.

The student selects between 4-8 incentives that they  want to work for.

Out of these incentives the student then selects one to focus on for a reward.

Next, place this picture card on the First, Then board.

The student is able to pick a different reward at the beginning of each new goal of the card.

If there is a goal or incentive that is NOT identified in this packet, please send me a message and I’d be happy to add it for you before or after you download.

Great tool for how to help behavior problems in the classroom.


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