Are you tired of redirecting the same students to do the same tasks every morning? Use these morning routine visuals to help keep students on task and stop answering the same questions every morning. These picture cards are the perfect way to support students during morning work activities to keep everyone on task and minimize the chaos.
Streamline your morning work routines by using these cards as visual cues, to create visual schedules for individual students or to create a morning routine checklist. Use the large cards for the whole group on the board or in a pocket chart. Use the small set to create individual mini schedules for your students. Visual cues and supports are helpful for young students, ESL/ELD students, and students with autism. These students benefit from consistency and visuals to support routines in the classroom.
- 1 set of larger morning routine visual cards
- 1 set of small morning routine visual cards for mini visual schedules
- 6 different mini schedule templates (with 4, 5, and 6 spaces)
- Over 20 cards in each size.
- Cards include: take out planner, take out folder, hand in notes, hand in homework, take down chair, hang up backpack, do morning work, use bathroom, sharpen pencil, read, sit at desk, hang up jacket, make lunch choice, take out snack, do a center, play at center, do a morning tub, hang coat in locker, hang backpack in locker, breakfast, carpet, water bottle, lunch box, morning meeting, wash hands, use hand sanitizer, respond to morning message, greet teacher, and more.
- Blank cards to create your own routine steps
- Number cards 1-8 and transition word (first, then, next, last) cards
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- Direction Cards and Classroom Visual Cues
- Class Visual Schedule Cards with Great Classroom Visuals
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