Visual Aids & Flip Charts. Jill Hermansen Early Childhood Special Educator [email protected] Enhance Learning. Class. Schedule. Class. Rules. Greeter. Bear Hug Hand Shake Smile High Five. Positive sayings on the bathroom mirror. You are loved!. Smile.
Visual Aids &
Early Childhood Special Educator
Positive sayings on the bathroom mirror.
You are loved!
You are safe!
Opening Circle Boards
Student putting her picture on the friends board.
Student chooses between two songs to sing and then reads the sentence. (I want to sing___)
Everyone receives a stamp on their right hand to put over their heart.
Student holds the flag.
Dress the Bear
Used to touch days of the week
Number it lands on= do that activity as many days as on calendar.
Calendar day inside
Stand on Feet
Little Boy Blue
Middle Circle Boards
Pink is the color.
What is pink?
Who is wearing the color pink?
Shape is a circle.What is this shape?
Big and little circleCircle book
Top and bottomMake shape in the air
Wall of Shapes
Student uses special wand to go and touch the shape of the day.
Activities to do seven times
(touch nose, tap head, jump, touch toes…)
Making the number in the air
Student finds the number of the day and jumps that many times.
Hand writing without tears letter C wood piece
Sign for the letter C
Two things that start with the letter C
Make the letter C in the air or on a friends’ back
Letter C book
Find the letter C with the magic wand.
Items that begin with the letter C in a feely box.
Student chooses what song they would like to sing and then reads the sentence.
(I want to do__________.)
HWT Wood Pieces
Green the bird
Student picks the song and reads the sentence.
Closing Circle Boards
I live in..
The student chooses where the animal lives and reads the sentence. (I live in a _______.)
Character Building Company
1996 Angel Creek Music
Student chooses which song to sing to close the day.
“Good Bye” or “Wheels on the Bus”
Students choose a center . There are only so many spots at each center area. This works on communication with friends. It focuses on students asking others to move so they can play at that center or excepting ‘no’ if the student does not want to move.
Once the student has chosen where to go from the centers board they then take their name to that center. Every center area has two places. If more children may play at a center it will have green go pieces. Once every student has made their choice from the centers board, students may move to different areas if there are open spots at the centers.
Learn To Move, Move To Learn!
Learn To Move, Move To Learn!
By Jenny Clark Brack
Autism Asperger Publishing Company
Brack, J.C. (2004)
Ideas for classroom management
Picture Exchange Communication (PECS) Book
Rules on a ring to show students when not following class rules.
Visual schedule and behavior plan
Red (Stop Sign)
Vertical Visual Schedule
Making Good Decisions
Do Twice a Day
Visual and Hands on Activities
Must Be Santa
Five Little Monkeys
Jumping on the Bed
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
Chicka Chick 1 - 2 - 3
Schedule for following work station.
Activities at work station.
1. Task Galore, 2003 Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey
2. Task Galore For The Real world, 2004 Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey
3. Task Galore Making Groups Meaningful, 2005 Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey
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