Visual Classroom Schedule For Students With Autism



The visual classroom schedule examples below were used for our loved one with autism.

If I can't picture it.
I can't understand it.

Albert Einstein



Visual Classroom Schedule For Younger Student

Here is a visual classroom schedule for a younger student:

Visual Classroom Schedule for Younger Student

    9:00 – 9:30

    Speech

    9:30 – 10:00

    Mark - Reading

    10:00 – 10:30

    Sharon - Counseling

    10:30 – 11:00

    Diana – Math

    11:00 – 11:30

    Seatwork

    11:30 – 12:00

    Physical Therapy

    12:00 – 12:30

    LUNCH

    12:30 – 1:00

    Outside

    1:00 – 1:30

    Group

    1:30 – 2:00

    Group



Visual Classroom Schedule for Older Student

Here is an example of a visual classroom schedule for an older student:

Visual Classroom Schedule for Older Student

    8:30

    Student arrival, put belongings away, greetings

    8:45

    Work session 1

    9:30

    Work session 2

    10:15

    Break

    10:30

    Leisure learnings/School friends

    11:00

    Work session 3

    11:45

    Prepare for lunch

    12:00

    Lunch

    12:30

    Outside/gym

    1:00

    Clean cafeteria tables and floors

    1:45

    Work session 4

    2:00

    Dismissal


Visual Classroom Schedule for
Mainstream Student

Here is a visual classroom schedule example for a mainstream student in an inclusive program.

Visual Classroom Schedule for
Mainstream Student

    Monday

    Library

    9:10 – 9:50am

    Resource Room

         

    O.T.

    11:00 – 11:30am

         

         

    P.T.

    11:30 – 12:00pm

         

         

    Speech

    12:15 – 12:45pm

         

         

    Lunch

    12:55 – 1:25pm

         

         

    Recess

    1:35 – 2:00pm

         

         

    Counseling

    2:05 – 2:30pm

         

         

    Resource Room

    2:35 – 3:15pm

         

         

    Homeroom

    3:15 – 3:30pm

         

    Tuesday

    Gym

    9:10 – 9:50am

         

         

    Counseling

    10:00 – 10:30am

    Resource Room

         

    P.T.

    11:30 – 12:00pm

         

         

    Speech

    12:15 – 12:45pm

         

         

    Lunch

    12:55 – 1:25pm

         

         

    Recess

    1:35 – 2:05pm

    Resource Room

         

    Homeroom

    3:15 – 3:30pm

         

    Wednesday

    Gym

    9:10 – 9:50am

    Resource Room

         

    O.T.

    11:00 – 11:30am

    Resource Room

         

    Speech

    12:15 – 12:45pm

         

         

    Lunch

    12:55 – 1:25pm

         

         

    Recess

    1:35 – 2:05pm

    Resource Room

         

    Homeroom

    3:15 – 3:30pm

         

    Thursday

    Music

    9:10 – 9:50am

         

         

    P.T.

    9:50 – 10:20am

    Resource Room

         

    Speech

    12:15 – 12:45pm

         

         

    Lunch

    12:55 – 1:25pm

         

         

    Recess

    1:35 – 2:05pm

    Resource Room

         

    Homeroom

    3:15 – 3:30pm

         

    Friday

    9:10 – 9:50

    Art

    Resource Room

         

    O.T.

    11:00 – 11:30am

    Resource Room

         

    Speech

    12:15 – 12:45pm

         

         

    Lunch

    12:55 – 1:25pm

         

         

    Recess

    1:35 – 2:05pm

    Resource Room

         

    Homeroom

    3:15 – 3:30pm

         


Recommended Practical Resources

View another visual picture schedule example used to improve learning and understanding for a child with autism about to have oral surgery and dental anesthesia.

Check out a birthday party visual picture schedule used for our young loved one with autism listing party events, choices of activities, and a table placemat.

Also see our bathroom visual picture schedule you can personalize and help teach or remind your child how to use the bathroom.


The PAC kit is a downloadable daily Planner, Agenda and Calendar especially designed to help disorganized students at any age get organized with their homework, notes and assignments from school to home and back again.





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