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Following Directions Tickets out the door
Following multi-step directions is a challenge for young students. This printable is an excellent resource to have attached to the wall next to your classroom door to promote listening skills, even during transition times! Teachers can choose to use two or three-step directions for students to fol
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Autism Classroom Mini-Schedules for General School Activities
Mini schedules are sometimes called activity schedules or task analysis visuals. Whatever they are called, they are designed to break down the steps for completing specific tasks during the student’s day. They might include visuals for the steps of a task, like the arrival or departure routine. O

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Social Narratives: Using The 5 Point Stay In Your Area Scale
A 5- point scale is a visual referent to manage and control out of seat and staying in your area in a classroom. A 5-point scale can be used in many classrooms or on student’s desks. The visual is used to remind the student to control where they are are in the classroom and where they should be.
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