The following are examples of resources that can be used for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, behaviors in the classroom, or language barriers. The picture schedule was used with visuals from Boardmaker that attach to the schedule with velcro. The student can place the visual into the "done" bin once the subject is completed. The visual cue cards (ie. ready hands, go to your seat, etc.) are examples of cues that can be placed on a card so that a teacher or adult can prompt a student non-verbally. The Needs Board can be used to help a student communicate his or her needs, and the Token Board can be used during a long activity. For example, my student earns his tokens during Guided Reading. At the end of each center, he earns an Angry Bird to place in line until he is able to receive IPAD time.