Andreas Wilson

Andreas Wilson

Andreas Wilson
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It is a privilege!

It is a privilege! And a real Blessing! We have been Blessed by God with Every Spiritual Blessing in the Heavenly places and in Christ Jesus. In awe.

Protein-packed, portable and infinitely pop-able, you can mix and match the ingredients for these gluten-free snacks to fit your family’s tastes.

Fro-Yo Granola Bites: Protein-packed, portable and infinitely pop-able, you can mix and match the ingredients for these gluten-free snacks to fit your family’s tastes.

Calm down checklist. Show students how to stay calm when upset. This checklist is designed to be used with the Calm Down Digital Social Book.

Sleepy Time Jars- Put a pom pom into the jar every time they take a good nap or go to bed without complaining or getting up. When the jar is full they get a "prize" or treat of their choice. My mom used to do a similar activity called a star chart.

Repin: reward and consequence jars - others have caught you being good and uh oh jars. The idea is that there is positive and negative consequences.

de Jong Dream House: Reward and Consequence Jars. Non-chore consequences to avoid associating family responsibilities with punishment. And non-food related rewards to encourage a healthy relationship with food.

Note to self: personalized hanger. Highlight Soft Skills at Your Next Interview 3 Soft Skills You Need To Get Hired Coping skills

Going to make one for home! Behavior Chart: Begin at Good Job every day. The clips are moved up and down based on certain requirements. If a child is on any green space at the end of the day they get 5 pom poms in their jar. When the jar is full the child

Clip chart. "Here's the form I sent home each day. This form was in each student's folder. The circle is to be filled with whatever color the student ends the day on. You need 7 colors & maybe a pen to write an explanation for 'parent contact' students. So easy. I made a ton of copies of this at the beginning of the year & replaced it at the beginning of each month. It's very visual & I even let the kids color in their circles the last quarter of the year (with supervision).... they loved…

This is a behavior chart that students can take home at the end of each day to communicate with parents how students behaved in the classroom. Each color represents a different behavior category.