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Twenty-four visual aids that can be used to support your special education students during any setting or subject. Using visual supports particularly with students with autism is a best practice and can increase independence and decrease transition difficulties.

Twenty-four visual aids that can be used to support your special education students during any setting or subject. Using visual supports particularly with students with autism is a best practice and can increase independence and decrease transition diffic

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Wonderful visual pictures to help with all sorts of tasks, including calming routines and volume Perfect for the kids chore charts!

Consonantly Speaking: ABCs 4 SLPs: C is for Calming Down

visual schedule calm down. Use this in my room daily! Rather than just saying, "calm down" this chart explains how to actually do it. Teaching how to calm down.

Links to PECS, pictures, and schedules all FREE

“Got Pecs?” – Great Links to Websites with Free Pecs

The best Autism behavior visuals to make your Autism Classroom run smoothly!

AUTISM - Great visuals for students with autism especially the Carry Along Schedule which features visuals of the students day velcroed to one side and a blank Velcro strip on the other side.

Using Visuals in Special Education and Autism Classrooms

How to Use Visuals Purposefully and Effectively

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