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Visual Supports For Teaching Classroom Procedures

Visual Supports For Teaching Classroom Procedures
Visual Supports For Teaching Classroom Procedures
Visual Supports For Teaching Classroom Procedures
Visual Supports For Teaching Classroom Procedures
Visual Supports For Teaching Classroom Procedures
Visual Supports For Teaching Classroom Procedures
Visual Supports For Teaching Classroom Procedures
Visual Supports For Teaching Classroom Procedures
Product Description
This product contains visual supports for teaching classroom procedures. These materials are great to use with visual learners and students with special needs, especially at the beginning of the year.

Everyone teaches procedures differently so I have included a range of picture symbols for each one.

For each procedure students can cut apart symbol strips and assemble them according to the procedures you teach.

These picture symbols can be used during a group lesson or as reinforcement after you teach each procedure.

These materials can be used to create teacher-made or student-made visual supports to display in your classroom.

If you teach a procedure in a different way or would like additional procedures or picture symbols included, please email me at csd229@yahoo.com. I welcome your suggestions because they will help me improve this product for everyone!

Procedures included:
Announcements
Cafeteria dismissal
Cafeteria line procedures
Class jobs (list)
Dismissal
Fire drills
Going to the bathroom
Hanging up backpack and coat
How to pay for lunch
How to answer a question
How to listen to someone talking
How to move to the carpet
How to pack up in the afternoon
How to push in my chair
How to use materials
How to work in a group
If I feel sick
Lining up
Morning routine
Moving around the room
Noise levels
On the playground
Ordering lunch
Paying for lunch
Pencils
Riding the bus
Runny noses
Sitting at desk
Sitting at table
Taking care of books
Washing hands
Water fountain
What if adults are talking
What if I’m not finished
When the teacher signals for attention
When you are finished

Keywords: visual supports, procedures, routines, back to school, classroom management, special education, autism, The Deane's List
Total Pages
46 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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