There are many students who have a difficult time with the retention of Auditory stimuli, be it in the form of directions or stories. To facilitate retention of auditory stimuli, specialists frequently suggest to use the strategy of subvocalization - the ongoing repetition of content in an undertone until it is remembered/task is completed. In addition to that, many specialists advocate for visualization of the content to help further store the verbally presented information (e.g., Nanci Bell).
To facilitate this process, without sounding extremely annoying, I have created these visual cues to be used during therapy. Simply print, laminate, and staple/glue to a popsicle stick. Then, lift each sign up as needed, prompting the student to perform the action.
Included: 2 visuals for directives, 2 visuals for sentences, 1 summarizing visual.