Morning Routine & Greeting Visuals (Autism and Special Education):
These clear visuals will help your students independently follow morning routines and greet teachers and peers. These visuals can be used in any classroom, but will particularly benefit students with autism or other disabilities. The visuals also make a fabulous inclusion
Ways To Greet My Teachers, When I Say, “Good Morning,” During Morning Meeting… (also includes Morning Group and Morning Circle Options
6 Large Cue Cards:
Includes cue cards for morning greeting options and visual reminders for sitting in morning meeting. Laminate and post near your door or in your morning meeting/group area.
Coat/Backpack Hook Labels:
Laminate, cut out, and attach velcro to the pictures. Place pictures above cubby hooks.
Where Does It Go? Labels:
Use labels to designate where students should put their homework folder, snack, lunchboxes, things brought from home, etc.
Morning Routine Visuals:
Use these visuals to teach and reinforce the steps in your arrival routine.
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