Daily Picture Schedule Students with Autism and Special Needs Distance Learning

Daily Picture Schedule Students with Autism and Special Needs Distance Learning
Daily Picture Schedule Students with Autism and Special Needs Distance Learning
Daily Picture Schedule Students with Autism and Special Needs Distance Learning
Daily Picture Schedule Students with Autism and Special Needs Distance Learning
Daily Picture Schedule Students with Autism and Special Needs Distance Learning
Daily Picture Schedule Students with Autism and Special Needs Distance Learning
Daily Picture Schedule Students with Autism and Special Needs Distance Learning
Daily Picture Schedule Students with Autism and Special Needs Distance Learning
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(2 MB|9 pages)
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Use this Daily Picture Schedule for students with Autism and special needs to provide them with a personalized visual for everyday lessons and activities. With over 85 different picture and word tiles to choose from, teachers or parents can help students customize their changing schedule each day. Take a look at the full preview to see all the available tile choices. Print, laminate, cut and use velcro to construct daily schedules for students that can be used all year long.

Included:

1. My Daily Schedule Page

Print and laminate this primary page once or make multiple copies if the student requires it. You can use one page for the entire day or one page per subject, whatever is needed! As students complete each activity during the day they are prompted on the page to move the tile from the 'Must Complete' side to the 'Completed' side.

2. Picture Tiles (36 different options)

Print, laminate, cut and apply velcro to the backs of each tile. Then use the different tiles to help create a customized schedule for the student. Preview shows picture tile options.

3. Word Tiles (54 different options)

Print, laminate, cut and apply velcro to the backs of each tile. Then use the different tiles to help create a customized schedule for the student. Preview shows word tile options.

4. Blank Tiles (1 page)

Make your own tiles using this page of blanks. Draw pictures or write words of activities and schedule options which are not already included in this set.

5. My Daily Reflection (1 Page)

Use this page with students at the end of each day to reflect on how they feel their day went. Using the included emoji tiles, have students take a few moments to indicate how they felt about their day and decide what the 'best' and 'worst' parts were.

6. My Daily Reflection Emoji Tiles (12 different options)

Print, laminate, cure and apply velcro to the back of each tile. Use these tiles on the Daily Reflection Page as a way of giving students the ability to share how they felt about their day. Students can select an emoji to describe how they felt at the beginning and end of their day and then use the picture and word tiles to indicate what the 'best' and 'worst' parts of their day were.

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