These Daily Visual Schedule Cards are exactly what everyone needs. Perfect for special needs, Autism, children that do best with a visual plan. Organization at home or school with FREE PRINTABLES

These Daily Visual Schedule Cards are exactly what everyone needs. Perfect for special needs, Autism, children that do best with a visual plan. Organization at home or school with FREE PRINTABLES

visual schedule for autistic children | ... In Blogging: 12 Tips to an Autism Friendly Classroom (or Home

visual schedule for autistic children | ... In Blogging: 12 Tips to an Autism Friendly Classroom (or Home

Once you established eye contact with your child, it is time to teach him the importance of a visual schedule utilising PECS ( Picture Exchange System).

Once you established eye contact with your child, it is time to teach him the importance of a visual schedule utilising PECS ( Picture Exchange System).

I use these "Finished Cards" for my kiddos that finish their scheduled tasks early and need guidance then.

I use these "Finished Cards" for my kiddos that finish their scheduled tasks early and need guidance then.

Free Behavior Supports! This printable behavior support provides visual support for students with Autism and other visual learners. This reward board is ideal for students who have difficulty completing tasks, or consistently repeating a desired behavior.

Free Behavior Supports! This printable behavior support provides visual support for students with Autism and other visual learners. This reward board is ideal for students who have difficulty completing tasks, or consistently repeating a desired behavior.

Free Behavior Supports! This printable behavior support is a choice card for students with Autism or other visual learners. The "When I'm Upset," card offers students calming choices to be done in a "quiet area," when upset or calming down from a tantrum.

Free Behavior Supports! This printable behavior support is a choice card for students with Autism or other visual learners. The "When I'm Upset," card offers students calming choices to be done in a "quiet area," when upset or calming down from a tantrum.

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