Behaviour Scale

Generally, schools will use what is called a behaviour scale to help children understand and regulate their behaviour. It is commonly a five point numerical and colour scale. Often visual imagery is used to help younger children and those children with learning disabilities to understand and manage their behaviour. The behaviour scale template can be modified and used to target any area of your child’s behaviour. You can create a short explanation to help your child understand what this might look or feel like. You then need to explain this to your child and practise this with them. The following is an example of this and can be used to modulate a child voice at school:


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