Blog post --pictures of visual supports used in the classroom and in real life. Here’s one we use in the classroom for elementary students, but I’ve used it with pieces of masking tape on the floor for older students if needed. It tells students where to line up. I always have said it is the simplest intervention I’ve ever seen—I put paper on the floor, and the students’ behavior improves. But it works every time. Here they line up as buddies.
Autism Visual Supports: Number Strip
This number strip is my favorite autism visual aid. Includes a free printable so you can easily add this behavior management tool to your special education classroom!