Bubbles Type of reinforcement: high-probability behavior (or condition-generalized) Materials needed: bubble liquid (or water, corn starch, and soap) and a bubble wand At the end of a session for a younger child, if they have had no behavioral issues (or got an appropriate amount of tokens for condition-generalized), they get to play with bubbles. Be sure to inform the child of this at the beginning of the session.
"Although we may not be able to make synchronicities happen, we can create environments that foster their occurrence. We can create an inner environment of wholeness and an openness to intention; and in our outer lives we can go and engage ourselves fully in the world, mix with the social field, go out and play." --Peter Russell
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