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This is a fantastic set of 56 pages of visual support items for use in the preschool classroom, special education classroom, therapy, and at home! Now includes both no print, no prep, digital, and print versions!
The set is designed for teachers, parents, SLPs, occupational therapists, physical therapists, special education teachers, behavioral therapists, and more!
The set can be used in the school, clinic, home health, home, and office settings.
What you will get:
✔ Task Box Version: 1) Task Box Size Version of First Then, First Next Last, and symbols for virtual learning, hybrid instruction, home schooling, and parents in mind! 2) Task Box Size Version of Visuals for categories, colors, shapes, virtual learning cues, behavior cues, yes/no questions, /wh/ questions, and more!
✔ Digital Boom Cards Visual Schedule Set
✔ Session schedule boards: 6 formats (with 2-4 tasks)
✔ 3 first/then board
✔ 3 first/next/later board
✔ 4 types of session schedules
✔ 100+ images
✔ Feelings Visuals (I feel) with symbols
✔ Want/Need Visuals (I need/I want) with symbols
✔ Updated: New Symbols with words and more symbols added
✔ New: Task Box Size First...Then
✔ New: Task Box Size Online Learning Visuals
✔ New: Digital Boom Cards Version
How I Use
ALL children benefit from visuals. We can use visuals to support children at home, in the classroom, in the community, and in therapy sessions. Even if a child is verbal, he/she can benefit from a visual. This 1) provides expectations of what they are doing, 2) eases anxiety about what is next/when this will end, 3) serves as a reminder of what to do, 4) works to connect visual learners and learners who "".
Types of Visual Schedules
1) First....Then Schedule: this is one of the simplest forms of a schedule. It tells a student what they are expected to do now and what is coming next (which reduces anxiety). Some learners may only be able to handle "First". Some may try to eat, bend, or throw the pictures at first. Be patient, it can take a full month for things like this to work...or it may work right away. Don't give up! Make sure to put something the child really likes in the "then" when you are introducing this. If they can't handle both pictures, put something they really like in the "first" section and teach them that pictures can bring us what we need/want by rewarding them with a favorite thing/activity .
2) First...Next...Later Schedule: This adds an additional step to reach 3 steps.
3) Session Schedule: This type of schedule can be used in therapy or classroom sessions. They can be 3-4 steps in length, with or without a stop sign at the bottom (or a cue as to where to go: object cue, go back to class, etc.) For more fluid learners, you can add more tasks. These types of learners can also handle moving the pictures from "plan" to "complete" rather than removing the pictures from sight. I often use these with young children or with children with more fluid learning ability in my speech therapy sessions.
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