when someone asks me a question when i d

When someone asks me a question that I don't want to answer... This sheet was created with a 19-yr old young man who did not know how to react when asked a question which he didn't wish to answer. His red responses made him appear strange and socially 'off.' We listed better green alternatives for the same predicament.

expression vs. monotone

Expression vs. Monotone This child was having difficulty with voice modulation. I drew a picture labeling the green behavior expression in which the voice goes up and down in a sing-song, and its counterpart - a flat boring tone.

making friends

Making Friends This chart was created for a child with autism who needed to learn the basics of how to approach another child. In the past, she'd dash over to another student, knock the kid over, or grab a snack out of the 'friend's' hands. We taught her to walk over gently and to use her words.

passive, assertive, aggressive

Passive, Assertive, Aggressive I use this chart often to show children that there are 3 styles they can use to relate to other children. Oftentimes, both Passive and Aggressive styles will not yield very positive results; on the contrary, it can create further problems. Assertive is the way to go!

voice chart

Making Friends This chart was created for a child with autism who needed to learn the basics of how to approach another child. In the past, she'd dash over to another student, knock the kid over, or grab a snack out of the 'friend's' hands. We taught her to walk over gently and to use her words.

which voice to use

Which Voice To Use This chart was folded into a triangle and sat on the student's desk. It was used as a visual prompt to indicate to the child which voice to use when. Ultimately, the child learned to recognize when to use which voice and to guide herself.

what can i do with other children

What Can I Do With Other Children? This chart was created for a bright yet very aggressive 3 1/2 year old boy who was beating up his neighbors as he waited for the bus every morning. This chart gave him options of things he can and cannot do with his peers during the morning bus wait.

Answering Immediately vs. Ignoring

Answering Immediately vs. Ignoring This chart shows children the difference between Green-answering immediately, and Red-ignoring.

conversation chart

Conversation Chart This chart was created to give children who have a hard time making conversation some conversation starter ideas.