I’m Working For Boards Activities for St Patrick’s Day | Token Board for Autism

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Perfect for students with autism, ADHD, or ADD who need a fun tool to help focus and follow school rules with behavior activities for St. Patrick’s Day and Spring fun.

Printables St. Patrick’s Day Themed Digital Interactive & Printable I’m working for __ boards allow the student to choose their reward and then display positive behavior three, four or five separate times to earn their reward.

Mix things up for the activities for St. Patrick’s day season and have some fun while reenforcing positive behavior.

This activity for St. Patrick’s Day set is useful in school for general education teachers, special education teacher, specialists, and therapists. Parents can also utilize printables St. Patrick’s Day fun at home.

Looking for the original I’m Working for Board set? Check it out here!

Included in this printable Activities for St. Patrick’s Day download are

  • 3 circle board (dark green, lime green, & white)
  • 4 circle board (dark green, lime green, & white)
  • 5 circle board (dark green, lime green, & white)
  • 3 circle board (10 Printables St. Patrick’s Day pattern backgrounds)
  • 4 circle board (10 Printables St. Patrick’s Day pattern backgrounds)
  • 5 circle board (10 Printables St. Patrick’s Day pattern backgrounds)
  • Circles for boards (Shamrock, St. Patrick’s Day frog, Flower, St, Patrick’s Day, Owl, Leprechaun girl, Leprechaun boy, Lucky horseshoe, Pot of Gold with Rainbow)
  • Choice board with 1 goal and 4 choices
  • Choice board with 1 goal and 8 choices
  • 44 popular incentive choices for positive reinforcement
  • 41 positively worded visual goals

Included in the digital interactive Google Slides Activity for St. Patrick’s Day download are

  • 3 circle board (dark green, lime green)
  • 4 circle board (dark green, lime green)
  • 5 circle board (dark green, lime green)
  • 3 circle board (10 Printables St. Patrick’s Day pattern backgrounds)
  • 4 circle board (10 Printables St. Patrick’s Day pattern backgrounds)
  • 5 circle board (10 Printables St. Patrick’s Day pattern backgrounds)
  • Pop-up St. Patrick’s Day themed circles (Shamrock, St. Patrick’s Day frog, Flower, St, Patrick’s Day, Owl, Leprechaun girl, Leprechaun boy, Lucky horseshoe, Pot of Gold with Rainbow)
  • Choice board with 1 goal and 4 choices
  • Choice board with 1 goal and 8 choices
  • 44 popular incentive choices for positive reinforcement
  • 41 positively worded visual goals

 

I am working for ______ board can be used for students who need a little more motivation or for students who have behavior plans.

They are a fun addition to your spring activities and activities for St. Patrick’s Day.

I like using holiday behavior boards like printables St. Patrick’s Day set to keep my consistent behavior programs fun and fresh. I often include these in IEPs for students who have a behavior goal.

Included are printable boards with 44 premade popular 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.

How to use I’m Working For Boards Activities for St Patrick’s Day

Want to see the I’m Working for Boards in action? Check out Caroline’s blog post all about how she using the boards and helpful tips!

When the student is “caught” following the rule or exhibiting the desired behavior, a dot is awarded.

When the student collects all of the dots on the board, he or she pays the teacher with the 5 dots and is immediately given the reward that was targeted.

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

The visual aids and five dots help them see the goal and gradually work for it.

The choice boards are an important part of the I am working for boards.

First the teacher identifies a target behavior on the choice board which has the label, “My goal.”

This set includes 41 premade goals are includes for you to choose from.

I strongly suggest that the behavior you are addressing and/or rules remain visible as a poster or sign so you can refer to them often.

Then the student selects either 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 and places it on the I am working for board at the start of an empty board.

The student is allowed to pick a different reward at the beginning of each restart of the card.

Grab your I’m Working For Boards Activities for St Patrick’s Day today and see effective behavior management soar in your classroom!

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