A visual schedule can be extremely beneficial for children with autism, cognitive disorders, and a variety of other disabilities. Since receptive/expressive language and transitions can be difficult for some learners, knowing what is going to happen each school day can be a big source of anxiety. Some students may not understand when a teacher or parent explains the order of daily events. Pictures are a great way to help explain what is going to happen next!
Included in this resource:
- Includes small schedule pieces and big labels!
- Includes 17 picture options for a variety of stations in your classroom! If one you need isn't included message me and I'll make it!
- Pictures included: bathroom, OT, cooking, music, speech, PT, gym class, art class, lunch, snack, breakfast, field trip, movie, library, bus, hygiene, sensory break
- Includes detailed instructions for implementation including photos!
Check out Daily Picture Schedule Set 1
for more picture options!
for more resources, tips, and materials to help you help childen with autism please visit The Autism Helper
-- this item was formerly part of the Daily Visual Schedule Part 1 --