This set of visual strategy direction cards with pictures and text for special education is an easy way to communicate common directions to your student with autism or other disability, the appropriate behavior they should be exhibiting. Put them on a book ring or just staple them together. Their convenient size makes them easy to carry around at school, home or community.
A picture is a efficient manner to communicate specific behaviors you would like the child to demonstrate.
This 5 x 5 inch set of visual direction cards can be printed, cut out, laminate (optional) and assembled into a book. This size card is good to use with a small group, but would not fit in a pocket to transporting. If you would like a more portable set, please see my 3 x 3 inch cards of the same name. The graphics on each card are offset to the right in order to give ample space for binding. I use the plastic binder system for mine but you could use any binding system that works for you.
Each page has a colored tab with its title on it making it easy to locate and turn to the card you want to use when on the go with your student(s).
Print one copy for each book you would like to create.,
Cut out each page, laminate and cut out.
Use the binding system of your choice to assemble the book. I have used plastic binders and spiral binders.
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