A visual class schedule helps transitions in a preschool classroom run smoother. This class schedule uses real photos instead of clipart to help kids that struggle with abstract clipart. I have found these cards work well with autistic students and others with special needs like ADHD; toddlers and three-year olds with a limited vocabulary; ESL or bilingual students; and the whole classroom in general get used to routines quicker.
The words used on each card can be edited so if you call Group Time Morning Greeting instead, you can easily change it out.
What you get:
There are 21 unique photos, editable labels and three versions of each card:
Half sheet - ideal for posters in the classroom
Strips (nameplate size) – ideal for a pocket chart
Cards – ideal for file folders targeting one-on-one, or limited space areas
Description of each picture:
SE/SS.1.2 I can demonstrate awareness of abilities and preferences.
SE/SS 1.2a I can demonstrate independence in decision making regarding activities and materials.
SE/SS 1.2b I can demonstrate independence in a range of activities, routines, and tasks.
SE/SS 2.4a I can follow established rules, routines and directions independently.
RF.1 I can recognize print in everyday life, such as numbers, letters, one’s name, words, familiar logos, and signs.
RF.1.d I can recognize some alphabet letters.
RF.1.e I can recognize print in everyday life (e.g., numbers, letters, one’s name, words, familiar logos, and environmental print).
RF.3.a I can begin to associate names of letters with sounds of the alphabet (e.g. initial sound of own name).
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