I’ve really been starting to think about how I can keep a sense of routine for my students, yet do things as safely as possible (if in person) and as similar to our in-person routines if we move to remote therapy this school year.
One thing I have been pondering is my incentive charts. I don’t use them for all students, but for some, the ability to “save up” their points to choose a game or watch a short video in therapy is helpful and comforting.
So, I came up with a simple Google Slides version that I can use no matter what therapy format I’m using!
BONUS: I’m sharing a FREE copy with you! 🙂
This will save as a copy in your own Google Drive, which you can edit and add pages as needed. Students can add a star of their choice each time to their chart. Because it is in Google Slides, it automatically stays updated, even if you travel between buildings.
Make sure to download your own free copy, and let me know what you think!
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This is a cute idea!
I can also see this as a great way to do 100 trial charts if the dimensions were 10 X 10 instead of 9 X 4. My normal method of them coloring their own sheet (don’t think crayons will work in person now) or using play doh smash mats (also nope)- won’t work now. So- digital might be an option!
Natalie Snyders says
That may just be one of my next projects! 🙂