Visuals for early childhood or students with special needs who are working on toileting and hand washing skills.
Visuals are perfect for communicating with students with autism or other special needs. They’re also wonderful for using with ESOL students and early childhood students. The clear graphics show students exactly what to do, even if they don’t know a lot of English or if they struggle to process your verbal instructions.
*Interested in the hand washing visuals, but have no need for the potty-training visuals? Check out this listing!*
- 4 posters (step-by-step directions for sitting on the toilet, and for standing to use the toilet; step-by-step directions for hand washing with an automatic faucet and without)
- Step-by-step cards for both using the restroom and hand washing, perfect for using with first-then boards or file-folder visual schedules (This set of visuals is all the same size).
- First-then card
- Quick-reference flip cards with color-coded edges, designed to put on a lanyard or hang on a ring near the restroom or sink. (This set contains the same visuals as the step-by-step cards, but in varying sizes to produce the layered quick-reference effect).
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