Here is a freebie to assist students in your classroom who have Autism.
I would print out the schedule and picture symbols on cardstock. (If helpful, print out two schedule cards and then glue them to the back of each other) Then I would cut out each symbol and the schedule card. Laminate each piece, then stick the velcro adhesive to the symbols and the schedule card. =)
ENJOY! I use individual and classroom visual picture schedules EVERY MINUTE OF EVERYDAY in my classroom!
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Hello! My name is Sara and I'm currently in my 9th year of teaching Special Education. I have taught 3 years in Oregon and 6 years in Colorado. I have taught students from kindergarten to age 21. I currently work in a center-based classroom for students with significant needs in grades 3-5.