Using Mini Schedules in Your Classroom - The Autism Helper

Using Mini Schedules in Your Classroom

 

Mini schedules are your visuals schedule’s cooler younger sister. She’s always down for a good time and will help you out whenever needed. Same with these little sets of visuals glory. They are quick and simple yet immensely useful. Don’t underestimate their importance or necessity.

Mini schedules show embedded steps and routines. They help makes students more independent. They work great for inclusion. Sold?

 

Foundational Level Mini-Schedules

Advanced Level Mini-Schedules

Special Event Mini-Schedules

Novel activities and changes in our routine are very hard for our learners! This is the time we need visuals and schedules the most! Think of all of the changes and new activities that your students may need extra support for.

Sasha Long
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8 Comments

  1. Are these downloadable?

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  2. I’m working on a mini-schedule pack! Coming soon!!!

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  3. Are you done with these mini schedule pack?

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  4. Are these mini schedule packs available?

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  5. Omigosh no. It’s in my “half way done” folder! Eek! I will finished it ASAP! 🙂

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  6. Working on finishing these!

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  7. I would love a mini pack sent to me if possible! do you have one for clay class routines for grades 5-8?

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