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First-Then Visual Schedules with a free schedule

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…

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

5 Reasons Why Visual Group Schedules Are Important

Visual Schedule Series: 5 Reasons to Use Group Schedules by Autism Classroom News at http://www.autismclassroomnews.com

5 Reasons Why Visual Group Schedules Are Important

Visual Schedule Series: 5 Reasons to Use Group Schedules by Autism Classroom News at http://www.autismclassroomnews.com

ORGANIZATION - This is a great use of visual examples in the classroom. This can be great for students who are learning to connect words with objects. This could be especially helpful for students with autism as they better process a visual example or schedule.

Five Ways to Store Autism Visuals

ORGANIZATION - This is a great use of visual examples in the classroom. This can be great for students who are learning to connect words with objects. This could be especially helpful for students with autism as they better process a visual example or schedule.

Visual schedule for older child with ADHD. Contact paper from the dollar store to cover back of desk, laminated business cards with tasks, Velcro, ribbon, buckets and hooks.

Visual schedule for older child with ADHD. Contact paper from the dollar store to cover back of desk, laminated business cards with tasks, Velcro, ribbon, buckets and hooks.

Visual Schedule Series: First-Then Schedules (Freebie!!) by Autism Classroom News: http://www.autismclassroomnews.com

First-Then Visual Schedules with a free schedule

Visual Schedule Series: First-Then Schedules (Freebie!!) by Autism Classroom News: http://www.autismclassroomnews.com

Visual Schedule Series: First-Then Schedules (Freebie!!)  - this one is awesome. It has the first/then hung up in a visual location- & you can still have the storage for the PEC choices right there handy. <3 it, but I would use a solid binder instead to reduce visual overstimulation w/cade

First-Then Visual Schedules with a free schedule

Visual Schedule Series: First-Then Schedules (Freebie!!) - this one is awesome. It has the first/then hung up in a visual location- & you can still have the storage for the PEC choices right there handy. <3 it, but I would use a solid binder instead to reduce visual overstimulation w/cade

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