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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

File Folder Heaven was created by a Special Education teacher, for teachers, parents and all people working with, preschoolers, early elementary students and students with Autism and other disabilities. File Folder Heaven offers a wide variety of printable file folder games, printable books, preschool activities and Autism tasks that provide children with hands-on opportunities to practice basic reading, math, science and social studies skills. To download our free file folder games…

File Folder Heaven offers a wide variety of printable file folder games, printable books, and preschool activities that provide children with hands-on opportunities to practice basic reading, math, science and social studies skills.

When the melt down is starting have student pick a calm down activity Great Visual

When the melt down is starting have student pick a calm down activity Great Visual. Great for special education students with a behavior intervention plan!

3 strike time-out visual...this has been extremely useful in my classroom!

The Autism Tank: Home Visit Materials I like this chart, but would probably change the word behavior to choices and good to appropriate and bad to inappropriate or poor.

This is a Pinterest board for collecting ideas for elementary special education teachers. @Christine Reeve-Autism Classroom News

This is a Pinterest board for collecting ideas for elementary special education teachers. @Christine Reeve-Autism Classroom News

Cozy cove for children that want to be in their own space. Cardboard box. Photo taken by Ray C.

Getting Creative with Cardboard

Cozy cove for children that want to be in their own space. Photo taken by Ray Chavez. Project created by Ray Chavez and children.

photo of: Visual Prompts for Lining up at the Door

Visual Prompts, Schedules and Supports

Visual Prompts, Visual Schedules and Visual Supports for Children with Special Needs: Classroom Adaptations for Visual Learners via RainbowsWithinReach

Autism Classroom News: The Many Uses for Popsicle Sticks: Setting Up an Autism Classroom-Materials

The Many Uses for Popsicle Sticks: Setting Up an Autism Classroom-Materials

Autism in the Classroom: Sensory- Movement Breaks

Autism in the Classroom: Sensory- Movement Breaks. Teachers find that some children with disabilities need more breaks from the normal classroom activities than the typical child.

Autism Classroom News: 3 Tools for Data Collection: Getting Credit for What You Teach

3 Tools for Data Collection: Getting Credit for What You Teach

The best apps for special needs kids - The Washington Post

The best apps for special needs kids

AT for Computer Access We asked Joan L. Green, a speech-language pathologist in Potomac and the author of “The Ultimate Guide to Assistive Technology in Special Education,” to share some of her favorite iPad apps for kids.

Seven Steps to Setting up a Stellar Autism Classroom! Step 1: Organization and Planning. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

Seven Steps for Setting up a Stellar Autism Classroom: Organization and Planning

Seven Steps for Setting up a Stellar Autism Classroom: Classroom Structure - The Autism Helper

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