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You may have seen your special education teacher use a picture schedule to help students with things like transitions, following directions, and multi-step processes, but I bet you’ve never seen one designed just for the art room! In this video, you will get an inside peek at how I put together and use one of my FAVORITE things I’ve ever created for my art room: An art room picture schedule.
I organize all of the cards for my picture schedule in a nice clear binder, which makes it easy for the associates to find and use in the classroom.
Do you use Picture Cards in the Art Room? Tell us how!
What are some other visuals that help special needs students in your art room?
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