behavior flash cards needed

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  1. scholarteacher

    scholarteacher Connoisseur

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    Help! I have an inclusion student in my class. I have seen small icon-type pictures that can be mounted on index cards to show students a visual cue for directions that are being given such as sitting criss-cross, eyes on the teacher, etc. Does anyone know a website where I could find these to print? Thanks!
     
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  3. rchlkay

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    What signs do you need? Most of what I have is from a program specifically designed for picture symbols. But I do know of a couple websites where you can find a few signs.
     
  4. Upsadaisy

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    I have not checked these sites out, but found them as links on an old thread:

    Here is a good overview of visual supports:
    http://www.starautism.louisville.edu...20Supports.pdf

    http://www.specialed.us/autism/index2.htm
    This is a great site with lots of good tips for teaching students with Autism.

    There are a lot of helpful visuals on www.do2learn.com and also www.setbc.org (click on PICTURE SET on the left).

    Here's a link to a specific picture I found when I googled "following directions". www.parentingpress.com

    Here's another one for classroom routines...
    www.learner.org


    Thanks to the members who originally posted these links.
     
  5. SPED_Teacher

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    The best program out there is board maker its not free but it is great....
     
  6. kidatheart

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    We were able to get a 30 day copy of the boardmaker program. Perhaps you can call the company and tell them you'd like to try it out prior to asking your admin to purchase it. That way you have access to the pics... sneaky, but effective.
    Besides, you might find that it is THAT good and may actually ask admin to purchase it.
    I love the program and used it for a mute that we have in our district.
     

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