These visuals are developed to help Art teachers have easy-to-make visuals to support students who will benefit from mini-schedules outlining how to complete an art activity. To minimize time spent making the visuals, the pictures are designed to be printed out in 8 ½ by 11-inch paper and slipped into page protectors in a notebook. This will allow you to rearrange them for different projects, present them to the whole class or an individual student, and store extra pictures in a separate notebook. There are 32 full-size pictures as well as directions for assembly and ideas for using the visuals within art activities or during Art class. While the product is designated for elementary students, it would also be relevant for any middle or high school students who would benefit from a visual schedule and attends an art class in school. It also could be used by parents working with art projects at home or by general education or special education teachers teaching art in their classrooms.
Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as well as other disabilities benefit from the use of visuals to give direction and predict what activities will occur next. Many students have their own visual schedules for the subjects and classes of the day, but some may need each class or activity broken down into component parts. This product was designed to allow teachers of Art classes to easily implement visual strategies with limited time spent on creating visual supports.
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Art Visuals for Autism: Schedule
by Christine Reeve
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