Free Behaviour Management Package
This Package Includes : 15 pages
The Warning Chart was created to help your student manage their behaviours and
expectations. This program can be used in the classroom, at home, or in a social setting by a
teacher, parent or therapist. It is very easy to use and, can be modified to suit the individual
needs of the student.
It is important the student understands the expectations and how the chart is used. This can
be achieved through a story, a good behaviour task list, role playing or explaining. It is
important for the student to know what the consequences will be of actions that are not
desired, for example, will the student loose their tablet, or receive a time out.
This package includes: 2 Warning Chart ( each comes in two dierent sizes)
8 Warning Cards in two dierent sizes.
1 Warning Strip
10 Punishment Cards, 3 Blank, in two different sizes
8 Warning Stickers ( two different sizes)
2 How I Did Today
1 Behaviour Tracking Data Sheet
There are two sizes , the larger size can be put hung on a wall or three whole punched and
placed in a binder for the student or the smaller size can be used at the desk.
Instructions for The Teacher:
We recommend laminating the sheets, using velcro and dry eraser for longevit
1. Every time the student performs an action that is not desired the student receives a
warning. These can be attached to the chart using a velcro. There are two dierent types of
warning charts. One charts allows the student to have more warnings before the student
receives a time out or looses a desired object, the other chart is quicker with only three
warnings. Use the one that is appropriate for your child.
2. The day or session begins with the child having zero warnings. The child receives a card
with 0 warnings. As the day progresses, and the child receives a warning, he will place a
warning on his chart, after the third warning the student will loose a specified item, ie,
playtime, or receive a time out.
3. The larger warning cards can be used to reinforce the warnings.
4. The How Did I Do Today Chart is used by the teacher , filled out, and sent home to the
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Easy to use and understand
The worksheet really helpful for my student with ASD