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Visual Schedules Series: 7 Reasons to Use Schedules by Autism Classroom News: http://www.autismclassroomnews.com

Visual Schedules Series: 7 Reasons to Use Schedules by Autism Classroom News: http://www.autismclassroomnews.com

In this series, I have talked about a lot of different types of schedules, how to use them and why to use them.  As we wind up, I wanted to make sure that I touched on the use of object schedules.  In general, unless vision is an issue, we typically start students with picture schedules of some kind.  If the picture schedules are not successful, then we might consider using an object schedule.  An object schedule is simply what it sounds like: a schedule made up of objects.  Deciding when to…

Visual Schedule Series: Object Schedules

In this series, I have talked about a lot of different types of schedules, how to use them and why to use them. As we wind up, I wanted to make sure that I touched on the use of object schedules. In general, unless vision is an issue, we typically start students with picture schedules of some kind. If the picture schedules are not successful, then we might consider using an object schedule. An object schedule is simply what it sounds like: a schedule made up of objects. Deciding when to…

Visual Schedule Series: 5 Reasons to Use Group Schedules - Autism Classroom Resources

5 Reasons Why Visual Group Schedules Are Important

Visual Schedules help all children, including those with special needs, understand their world better.  Visual schedules can enhance understanding of what's going to happen, clarify expectations, transition from one activity to the next, and to assist in behavior management.  This visual schedule was created with BoardMaker Software.  Small icons were printed, cut out, laminated (for more durability), and velcroed to a small board on a stand.  My clients LOVE to be the "check helper" as they…

Visual Schedules help all children, including those with special needs, understand their world better. Visual schedules can enhance understanding of what's going to happen, clarify expectations, transition from one activity to the next, and to assist in behavior management. This visual schedule was created with BoardMaker Software. Small icons were printed, cut out, laminated (for more durability), and velcroed to a small board on a stand. My clients LOVE to be the "check helper" as they…

Embedded Expressive Language Visuals in an Autism Classroom by theautismhelper.com

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