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  • Megan Lily

    good idea for students who struggle to remember classroom routines!

  • Danielle Schwiesow

    the craft rookie: classroom management transitions - picture chart folder

  • Penny Williams

    individual schedule idea for students who struggle to remember classroom routines. This is soooo much better (more effective) than a checklist. I wish I had seen this when my son was younger. Trying to figure out a "big kid" version that he can do in 4th grade (and beyond).

  • Allison Pooka

    Great visual schedule- I usually use a cup at the end of the velcro strip, but I like this too! What a great idea for students who struggle remembering routines, new students, ESL students, and kids who just like using lists.

  • Stephanie Bonner

    Elise, S. (2012, February 7). Really cool idea alert. (Education blog). Retrieved fromhttp://thecraftrookie.blogspot.com/2012/02/really-cool-idea-alert.html. Cool idea for students with Autism or just for those who struggle to remember classroom routines. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

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