Mini Behaviour Management Visuals Bundle
- Our Mini Behaviour Bundle contains three of our behaviour products that are most popular within schools, though are often bought for home use as well.
- The A3 Behaviour Display Chart is found in many classrooms around the world, and using the 2 keyrings in conjunction with one another has proved extremely effective.
- Our keyrings have been developed because we recognise that behaviour management doesn’t just happened in a planned and structured way – sometimes you need the tools to hand there and then – even if you’re outside or in the corridor between lessons. That’s where our keyrings come into their own.
- Keyrings are 7cm square, so they are easy to see yet remain able to be slotted into your pocket, bag, or even onto a lanyard (not included). The display board is A3, so great for display purposes without taking over the whole wall.
- Made from plastic, these products are waterproof, washable, and extremely durable.
More about this bundle
Encourage better behaviour with this handy mini-bundle.
Contains an A3 display chart, clearly displaying common positive and negative behaviours, as well as our extremely popular behaviour keyring and countdown keyring.
All of our products are made from plastic, so are incredibly hard wearing and durable. They are also waterproof, and so can be washed with simple soap and water. This is particularly important when sharing resources between children, or where resources travel from setting to setting with the child.
This bundle is often purchased for use in the classroom, where it has proved extremely useful and popular.
Our visuals all use images from the Boardmaker software (by Dynavox Mayer-Johnson, and used with permission). This means that your child is likely to be already familiar with these symbols, which is extremely important when trying to encourage your child to understand and use them.
Our visuals were all designed based on our experiences in raising our own autistic son, but also using the knowledge gained through over 20 years of hands on professional work within the autism community.
This bundle contains…
The Behaviour Keyring is part of the Autism Supplies and Developments Behaviour Range of products.
It comprises a collection of various behaviour-related plastic symbols, held together on a metal binding ring. This means that the symbols can be easily rearranged to ensure the most useful ones for the specific person are at the front and easy to use.
Covering a wide range of behaviours, this is a particularly useful tool to reinforce existing behaviour rules and expectations, without the need for constant verbal interventions. It includes symbols for both positive behaviours (such as holding hands, sharing and covering mouth), and negative ones (such as no kicking, no hitting, no shouting etc). It also has signs for ‘finished’, ‘stop’ and ‘wait’.
A3 Visual Display Behaviour Chart
One of our most simple yet effective behaviour products, this A3 wall chart is divided into two columns – the red side (marked with a cross) for negative behaviours, and the green side (marked with a tick) for positive ones.
Its A3 size means that it is perfect for displaying on the wall to act as a visual reminder of behaviour rules, and being an all-in-one plastic board (with no detachable symbols) means that it is extremely easy to clean so ideal for the classroom.
Designed initially for autistic children, it has been used successfully with a wide age range and also alternative diagnoses such as learning disabilities, ADHD, Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) and even dementia. It has also been used in pre-schools and other early years setting extremely successfully. Being made from plastic means that both the board and symbols are flexible, yet remain strong and extremely durable.
The Countdown Keyring from Autism Supplies and Developments is a great behaviour tool to help de-escalate potentially difficult situations.
For those that understand numbers, there is a numerical countdown from 5 down to 1, followed by a sign for ‘finished’.
For those that are not yet familiar enough with numbers for this system to work, there is also a colour coded system based on traffic light colours, from green, through amber, to red.
Both these countdowns are followed by the ‘finished’ symbol.
This product can be used to count down to the end of an activity, to provide some visual notice of the upcoming transition. It can also be used a way of de-escalating an episode of behaviour, by counting down and then stating that ‘XYZ behaviour has now finished’.