Autism Visual Schedule Bundle | Daily Digital, Printable, Editable Classroom Set

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Have visual, digital, mini, and first/then board schedules all at your disposal with this autism classroom modifications schedule set.

Access all of the different schedule sets I use to give my students success.

This autism visual schedule set includes

  • Printable Visual Schedules with 6 different templates
  • Digital Schedules with 4 different templates
  • Mini Schedules with 6 different subjects
  • First, Then boards with incentives and goals


Printable Daily Autism Visual Schedule

Utilize daily classroom schedules for your students to create an organized flow of activities and transitions while reducing stress and anxiety for your students.

Organization of daily activities is a must for all students with autism.

Just as you use your calendar and to-do lists, students with autism need a set daily schedule to help them tackle the tasks at school.

Five different schedules area included along with assorted task pictures.

These schedules can be used for multiple ability levels in different classroom settings including general education inclusion, and severe/moderate classrooms.

Each of these schedules has been used successfully within my classroom.

Providing your student with autism with the schedule that would work best for them will increase their independence and classroom performance.

I have also included the master Excell schedule charts tha I use to organize all of the students’ schedules (whole day, 1-hour delay, and 2-hour delay) and the instructional assistants schedule grid.

I could not run my classroom without these charts! I’ve included editable Microsoft Excel sheets so you can alter the pages to fit your school schedule.

147 pictures of academic tasks and individual supplies along with 5 different schedule templates makes this bundle an easy, ready to use resource!

Matching wall posters for all 147 picture schedule pieces are included. Make sure to download the preview to see photographs of the schedules and how to organize them.

Editable Mini Schedule: Visual Schedules for Daily Subjects (activities)

Six subject mini schedule templates (digital and printable) along with assorted task pictures help students understand the individual steps within each activity.

These autism routine schedule sets can be used for multiple ability levels in different classroom settings including general education, inclusion, and severe/moderate classrooms.

The schedule helps students understand the steps for each activity.

Use visual mini schedule to increase understanding, work completion, and student success in any academic setting.

This Mini Schedule Set includes

  • Health templates (24 picture activities)
  • Math templates (20 picture activities)
  • Reading templates (33 picture activities)
  • Science templates (24 picture activities)
  • Social Studies templates (24 picture activities)
  • Writing templates (32 picture activities)
  • How to Directions


A visual mini schedule also provides a greater level of independence in the classroom while increasing students’ confidence levels.

Two different versions of each template provides a numbered row with an optional clock to add in the approximate time needed to complete the task.

This is wonderful for time management and an amazing tool to teach work skills.

There are multiple ways to utilize this mini schedule set in the classroom or at home.

Use the old-fashioned way of printing, laminating, and Velcroing.

This allows you to keep all of the pieces for each subject on hand and to quickly arrange a checklist for your students.

I recommend having the templates placed in a binder with a zipper pencil punch holding the picture activity pieces.

You can also edit this template through Powerpoint or Google slides and then print a sheet.

Share the electronic version with your students through the Google platform or other sharing services.

Chose from the ready-to-use subject steps or type/write out your own.

These are great for all learners including those with special education needs.

A mini schedule can also be helpful for IEP goals and progress monitoring.

First Then Boards for Positive Behavior Help | Charts Token Boards Autism


First, Then boards are perfect and simple to use for students with autism, ADHD, or ADD who need more behavior help focusing and adhering to school rules.

A First, Then or First, Next, Then board allows the student to choose a reward to follow a teacher selected goal.

For example, if you want a student to complete their work, you would select the “Do your work” picture goal and place it on the board under “First.”

The student selected incentive in placed under “Then” by either the student or the teacher. When the student has completed the goal, the reward is given immediately.

These are useful in school for general education teachers, special education teacher, specialists, and therapists. Many parents also utilize them at home.

Included in this printable behavior help download are

  • First, Then Boards sized 5” * 3”
  • First, Next, Then Boards sized 7.75” * 3”
  • Choice Boards with 8 boxes for desired rewards
  • 29 Academically Focused goals for “First”
  • 29 Life Skills goals for “First”
  • 54 popular incentive choices for positive reinforcement
  • All boards come in colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, and white


First-Then and First-Next-Then boards can be used for students who need a little more motivation or for students who have behavior plans.

I often include these in IEPs for students who have a behavior goal. Included are printable boards with premade popular goals and incentive pictures and blank boxes for you to add an original picture to.

I recommend printing these in color, laminating and cutting out.

Then attach Velcro to the cards, the dots, and the reward pictures.

I often use these often for students with autism in the general education classroom.

The visual aids allow them to see the goal associated with a desired reward increasing the likelihood that the goal will be completed.

The choice boards are an important part of the First-Then & First-Next-Then boards.

The student selects between 4-8 incentives that they are interested in working for. Out of these incentives the student then selects one to focus on for a reward.

This picture card is placed on the First, Then board. The student is allowed to pick a different reward at the beginning of each new goal of the card.

Great tool for how to help behavior problems in the classroom.

Want to see this behavior tool in action and get tips from Caroline on how to use it in the classroom? Click here to read Using First – Then Boards to Get Work Done.

Digital Schedule Daily Visual Pictures for Autism | Editable Classroom Template

Digital schedule templates for your students daily use will create an organized flow of activities and transitions while reducing stress and anxiety for your students.

Organization of daily activities is a must for all students with autism.

Just as you use your calendar and to-do lists, students with autism need an established daily schedule to help them tackle tasks at school and home.

If you have a student who is drawn to technology, has their own personal device, or struggles to grasp manipulating a traditional paper schedule, digital scheduling is the way to go!

Easy-to-use, editable, and functional on Macs, PCs, Chromebooks, and iPads through Microsoft PowerPoint or Google Slides.

Great for the student who isn’t interested in printable visual schedules this set is able to be manipulated to match their personal daily routine.

No more printing, laminating, cutting, Velcroing, physically resetting the schedule, or searching for lost pieces!

Included in this Digital Schedule Set are

  • 4 ready to use templates (PowerPoint and Google Slides)
  • 1 working example of digital schedule
  • 4 ready to use templates with checkmarks on each page (PowerPoint and Google Slides)
  • 1 working example of digital schedule with checkmarks
  • 145 schedule pictures
  • How to Use Directions
  • Links for Video How to Use Directions


145 schedule pictures of academic tasks and individual supplies along with two master digital schedule templates one with checkmarks and one without.

Each template has 4 ready-to-edit schedules within the bundle along with sample premade schedules.

Create a schedule with only one activity up to 30 activities in one set.

While png format clip art pictures are included this set works well with photographs should you choose to use real photos from your classroom and school.

Read the How-To directions or follow along on the video link within the instructions.

This set can also be useful for students, families, and teachers to use during distance learning or e-learning days.

Digital Schedule pictures included are

Daily Digital Schedule Activities

breakfast, hygiene, bathroom, exercise, sensory, communication, wash hands, lunch, recess/playground, special activity, snack, backpack, bus, car, latch key, break time, play, sign-in, party, arts & crafts, iPad, iPod, cook, book shopping, job, dance, technology, joke time, playdough, movie, quiet, game, pet, paint, recycle, sit on floor, arts & crafts, walk, line up, transition, choice time, sand table, water table, free time, put away, chores,

Grade levels

kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, sixth grade, seventh grade, eighth grade, ninth grade, tenth grade, eleventh grade, twelfth grade

Digital schedule academic tasks

interventions, read aloud, morning meeting, math, star, small group, group/circle time, stations, teacher time, computer, reading class, spelling, test, writing, read, centers, seat work, reader’s theatre, Dear, life skills, science class, puzzle, table activity, predictable chart, book, desk work, I’m ready to work, health, social skills, school, test, a play, quiz, type, home ec class, algebra, history, chemistry, drama class, geometry, inclusion, social studies, group work, calendar, language arts, science, writer’s workshop, reader’s workshop, morning work, Spanish, religion

Special Services

speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, nurse, counselor


art class, gym, music, library, computer class, swimming class

Digital Schedule Supplies

reward, pencil, paper, scissors, sit, notebook, tape, ruler, paintbrush, glue stick, glue, crayons, markers, pen

Outside of the classroom activities

fire drill, tornado drill, lock down drill, earth quake drill, tsunami drill, field trip, office, cafeteria, school assembly

So, grab this effective daily digital schedule set and watch your students become more independent as they navigate through school.

Grab this autism visual schedule set for your classroom organization and behavior management support.


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