Social stories are great tools for teaching students with communication disorders as well as young children. Try using social stories with the whole class as well to explain school and classroom behavior expectations.
Visual Consequence Maps
Visual Consequence Maps are a great way to visually teach younger children the consequences of their actions.
Relaxation and Calm-Down Tools
After we teach children emotional literacy (how to identify when they are starting to get upset, we need to teach them skills that they can use to help regulate there bodies and emotions. These skills can include, breathing techniques, muscle relaxation, visualization, and stretching (repetitive movement stretches work well!) to name a few.
Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) Toolkit: data Collection
This toolkit contains information for special education or other relevant professionals on defining the behavior of concern, and selecting the best approach for collecting meaningful data.
Behavior Assistance Plan Manual (Tier 2 Behavior Plans)
This manual contains a wealth of resources from different intervention strategies to the logistics behind writing a behavior plan as part of the response to intervention process.