Do you have students who need help transitioning between tasks or locations?
These simple and easy-to-make visual supports help guide students through a transition using a countdown sequence.
Who are they for?
Students with autism, ADHD and other learning disorders can find it difficult and stressful to stop and change what they're doing or move to a new location. Alerting them ahead of time that a transition is about to happen is a helpful strategy for reducing anxiety, and it gives them time to adjust and get themselves organized.
How do they help?
These students often miss verbal transition cues and benefit instead from the use of visual warnings, where they can see time passing or how many steps they have left before the transition is going to happen. That's where these counters come in!
The pack includes:
* 4 printable transition counter designs
* a Now-Next board to show an activity sequence
* Activity review sheets to help students mentally close off
Did you know?
This product is also available as part of the Autism Classroom Essentials Kit
Where can I get more info?
For more tips on understanding and helping autistic students, visit Snagglebox.com!