I like this visual schedule -- the pieces are connected and fold over so teachers and students don't loose them. Usually they end up all over the place.

Our autism consultant made this visual schedule -- the pieces are connected and fold over so teachers and students dont loose them. Would be great for a chore chart for any kid.

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

Daily Visual Schedule for Kids Free Printable

This Wonderful Daily Visual Schedule is exactly what everyone needs. Perfect for special needs children, Autism, and children that do best with a visual plan. Organization at home or school with FREE PRINTABLES Tap the link to check out sensory toys!

The best website with TONS of pictures for PECS or visual learning.

The best website with TONS of pictures for PECS or visual learning. Perfect for creating a visual schedule for special needs kids.

The most visual schedule out there! Perfect for Classroom management and Routine Reinforcements.

The {VERY} Visual Schedule

The most visual schedule out there! Perfect for Classroom management and Routine Reinforcements.Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

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I could change this up a bit by using a clothes pin and putting it next to the task we're on for a visual. Great for kids with autism.

Free classroom schedule print outs. These would be great to make an AT HOME schedule for Gage to know what to expect next.great visual for SPD kids!

Today we highlight 8 types of visual student schedules to meet the needs of your kiddos! From theautismhelper.com

8 Types of Visual Student Schedules

This would be great for transitioning students from desk work to circle time. Students will learn what is expected of them in order to start the lesson. Very cool idea and makes it easy for teachers and students to be on the same page.

This would be great for transitioning students from desk work to circle time. Students will learn what is expected of them in order to start the lesson. It will visually represent what needs to happen during the desk to circle transition.

First-then visuals are great methods for helping students with communication needs to understand the order of activities.  Get a free first-then board and check out…

First-Then Visual Schedules with a free schedule

First-Then Schedules are great for students with autism and behavioral needs. Get a free board and read how you can use them in your special education classroom.

How to help students overcome their anger. These 5 tips can be a game changer with students that are not sure how to react when angry by giving them tools to work through it. The last one is my favorite!

How to Help a Student Overcome Their Anger

How to help students overcome their anger. These 5 tips can be a game changer with students that are not sure how to react when angry by giving them tools to work through it. The last one is my favorite!

Visual Schedule. I like that you can cover up each thing after you do it. Will have to find a way to make something like this

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Visual schedule with pull down flaps + magnets. When item is completed, close the flap, and the word "done" is on the outside. I like this as an idea for a visual schedule during the school day for my kiddos.

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When Im Angry/Frustrated Visual Calming Card- Modify simple steps to help students cope through overwhelming emotions. The visual pictures next to each step allow students to be able to do it independently.

First-Then via NoodleNook- Instructional Tools for Autism- TOTALLY FREE!! Yay!

Instructional Strategies for Autism

First-Then via NoodleNook- Instructional Tools for Autism- TOTALLY FREE!Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

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