Behavior Skills Packet!

Behavior Support is huge right now.  Some schools institute a school-wide intervention for encouraging positive behaviors.  All teachers organize a class wide behavior support system to support behavior management in the classroom.  But even with that, some students still need more individualized approaches and behavior strategies for autism. Sometimes they need direct instruction related to behavior or may need behavior IEP goals to address behaviors.  Autism Classroom has Behavior Skills Printables.  We also have     I Need a Break Cards, Behavior Plan Packs and Transition supports.

The Behavior Skills Printables for Students with Autism & Similar Special Needs are available now. 

Behavior Skills Printables 


They are also available in the Social Skills Bundle, with other resources for addressing behavior IEP goals here.



The Behavior Skills Printables offer easy, printable worksheets about for self-control, transitions, work behaviors in the classroom and guidance for being around others.




These behavior skills printables will work well for any students whose special needs include developmental delays or it may work for younger students in primary grades learning to be more aware of their behavior. Take a look below.







The printables can supplement any curriculum or they can be used daily as a discussion starter for developing appropriate behavior skills. Some of the pages provide autism behavior strategies in disguise. Meaning that although the worksheets are for the students, you may pick up some behavior skills training strategies for your teacher toolbox. This packet includes behavior skills related worksheets that require variations in response styles for many answers. (Ex. matching, cutting, circling, and pasting.)



Use in order or out of order to address any skill that is needed at the time.

The skills are broken up into 4 sections: Self-Monitoring, Transitions, Work Behaviors and Being Around Others. These pages are included:


Self Control

Self-Control Cards

In Control or Out of Control?

Self-Control 2

Self Monitoring

Self-Monitoring Checklist 1

Self-Monitoring Checklist 2

Emotional Control

Staying Seated in Class

Is This Good Behavior?

Behavior Choices (Field of 2)

Breathe In, Breathe Out

Count to Ten

These are Things That Help Me…

These are Things That Calm Me…

How I Feel

What Should She Do?

Classroom Rules

Organize This Desk


What Order is This?

A Change in the Schedule

Making A Schedule

Cards to Help with Change

Making a Reading Schedule

Make Your Own Reading Schedule

Ways to Ask for the Bathroom

Bathroom Routine


What’s the Deal with Transition?

During Math Tina Does This

Mini Schedule Template

Transition Phrases

Group Directions

Group Directions vs. Individual Directions

Waiting Area

Standing in Line

Who is Lining Up Correctly?

Hallway Behaviors

Transition Objects

Can you Carry That?


Finish the Pattern (Work First, Then Play)

I am Working For It !

Make Your Own Incentive Chart

Expected Behaviors for Work Time

Alternatives to Hitting

Behaviors for Work Time

Interfering Behaviors

Using Headphones to Cancel Noise

Request a Break

Off Task (Visual Cue)

Activity Schedule

First, Next Schedule

3 Steps to Following Directions

These are Things That I Would Work For…

Task Analysis

Avoid Task Avoidance


Stamp Out Un-Expected Behaviors (Bring in Expected Behaviors)

Non-Edible Objects

Good Behavior

I Don’t Want to Do This

Hands Off

Aggressive Behaviors

You Want to get an Item: What Can you Do?

Nodding Yes or No

What is a Tantrum?

Why is He Doing This?

Giving Up a Turn on Technology

Drinking Your Own Drink

What Can I do With My Hands?

It’s Too Loud in Here

Not all of the Time


What Helps Me Calm Down?

Behavior Words

Keeping Property Safe

Keeping Property Safe 2


Students can practice ways to answer yes and no appropriately. 


Or, think about why someone may engage in a behavior, offering a glimpse into why they might possibly engage in a behavior. There is also a chance for students to think about and express some positive ways they can try to calm themselves. 



  A full page look at the page related to ways to calm. 



So if behavior IEP goals and objectives are part of your student's education, these printbales may offer a great start to teaching the behavior skills trianing that you are looking to provide.