This is a schedule system used for a non-verbal autistic student-it includes home and school cards. Some pictures are repeats (ex-break cards, as he was permitted a certain number of breaks per day, etc). Perfect for non-verbal autistic children or life skills students!
This resource allows you to build your students scheduled every day, or allows your student to have input in their daily schedule. The purple choices are categorized as “Have To” choices. The pink cards are “Want to” high interest choices. And the Green Choices are tasks that are part of the day tha
The now, next, then chart can be used in the classroom or at home to illustrate a sequence of events to learners who have difficulty with transitions, anxiety and communication.
Images associated with the events or activities are to be printed, laminated and attached within the dark blue square wit
These schedule cards allow children to see what is planned for the entire day and help keep them on task. The 85 PECS have child-friendly pictures that are color coded by task type. Each task card is 1.5 inches square. Blanks are also included to easily add your own unique activities. Choose from
This Classroom Schedule Cards pack includes 60 different classroom schedule for you to use as part of your classroom management system. They are completely EDITABLE for you to customize with your own wording to suit your needs. Post these cards on your whiteboard or in a pocket chart. This CLASS Bre
A visual class schedule helps transitions in a preschool classroom run smoother. This class schedule uses real photos instead of clipart to help kids that struggle with abstract clipart. I have found these cards work well with autistic students and others with special needs like ADHD; toddlers and t
The daunting task of setting up a classroom for students with autism can be made simple with this package! This MEGA bundle is great for new and experienced teachers as it will help you create a classroom full of organization and learning. This package is perfect for both an autism resource/inclus
This back to school visual resource is a great tool to help you get your students used to new routines, transitions, learning what appropriate behavior looks like, center rules and circle time rules. Each activity uses real images instead of clipart helping kids that might struggle with abstract cl
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This was created to accompanied the Jungle Themed Schedule Cards. I use this in my Special Education Class for my Autistic, Non-Verbal, and Behavior students. It is really effective and helping students know what is expected and what their day will look like.
Just print, cut, laminate and add Vel
These visual supports will help you navigate schedules in your classroom a little easier, especially with our younger learners and those that need extra help. Behaviors often occur during transitions or when children do not know what to expect. A visual schedule helps to keep students aware of what'
This is a social story I designed to use with my autistic students. Many of my students have a terrible time when their schedule changes during the school day. This story front loads the idea that there will be changes in the day and there are also tools we can use to get through those unwanted chan
These daily schedule icons are in full color and can be used to visually display the days schedule. Print the cards out, place them next to the times the event will occur and you will have a wonderful visual schedule for your students to use. Great for autistic students.
This is a starter activity that is great to use with your special needs students (life skills level or autistic) the first day of each semester.
This workbook, differentiated learning outcomes for scaffolded learning,can last anywhere from twenty minutes to an hour, depending on the level of your s
These schedule cards allow children to see what is planned for the entire day and help keep them on task. A larger size of my original best selling product, these 4.5" square pictures are easily seen by the whole class or family when posted on the wall. The 85 PECS have child-friendly pictures that
This awesome schedule was intended for my own autistic daughter who also has sensory processing disorder. She requires large flashcards, large toys, large everything to go along with her larger than life personality. While I was laminating and velcroing her schedule into our schedule binder, I soon
A Daily Schedule Book:
A Tool For Autistic and
Other Special Needs Students
This book will help students manage their day in small chucks. They will see a beginning and an end to their tasks, which is so important to high needs students.
As tasks are completed, students move a character from th
Use these schedules in your classroom for visual prompting of expected daily routines. These were especially helpful in my autistic support classroom. Provides a visual of what is expected to eliminate the need for verbal prompting. The visuals help create a smooth and controlled transition between
This social story is about following routines and schedules and how a child might feel if there is a sudden change to this routine. It covers being flexible in changes and ways that they may calm down.The point of a social story is to use a patient and reassuring tone to teach children about social
I use the First and Then Cards with my Autistic student/s. I place my schedule cards on the first side and then negotiate a reward for the then side. This reminds students they must first complete their work and then receive a reward. It gives students an incentive to complete their work.
This portable product is of excellent use for pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder to help them visualise their work schedule and allow them to plan in advance their tasks. It is small enough for the pupils to carry with them at all times. The symbols can be added to the strip initially 2 at a t
My co-teacher and I made this simple agenda to support an autistic student and reduce his anxiety. Having this schedule provided him a sort of check off list and greatly relieved his stress. Edit any way you see fit for your classroom, schedule, and teaching assignment. It is generic enough to be u