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I've got a child (Y1) who the EP has suggested would benefit from pictoral cues to help him sequence what he has to do each day - in terms of lessons... e.g. Num, Lit, Science. Does anyone know where I might be able to find anything like this? Pictures would do - I can then add text if needed.

 

Hope this makes sense!

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Hi Spam

Classroom pics have been discussed recently elsewhere on the forum (can't find it quickly to post link :o )

You can find some pics at www.abcteach.com

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I use some for the Promethean whiteboard that I have up when the children come in each morning. If you have the Promethean software I could try to attach a flipchart with pictures on it- let me know.

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I've got a child (Y1) who the EP has suggested would benefit from pictoral cues to help him sequence what he has to do each day - in terms of lessons... e.g. Num, Lit, Science. Does anyone know where I might be able to find anything like this? Pictures would do - I can then add text if needed.

 

Hope this makes sense!

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I took a selection of photos of the daily routine for lessons,lunchtime etc when i needed them for a child. I have been able to use them for other children as well.I found photos of familiar surroundings /objects helped more than general pictures.

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Photos are great. Take pictures of the child engaged in the different activities/ lessons, and use these - the child can then identify with them really well.

 

This is a really good resource to use with children. I've seen it done in a couple of Year 1 classes and it works really well,

 

Have fun!

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I use some for the Promethean whiteboard that I have up when the children come in each morning. If you have the Promethean software I could try to attach a flipchart with pictures on it- let me know.

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I took photos of children taking part in lessons, snack/break time, dinner time and assembly etc. (Better than any found elsewhere as they relate to familiar surroundings) I put these up each day on a washing line for all children to see.

Helen

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Thanks for the replies. Unfortunately we don't have any type of interactive whiteboards yet, so I think I'll go with my trusty camera! Thanks again!

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I took a selection of photos of the daily routine for lessons,lunchtime etc when i needed them for a child. I have been able to use them for other children as well.I found photos of familiar surroundings /objects helped more than general pictures.

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We did the same using a polaroid camera. We also encouraged the children to take part in the photgraphing of the different activities etc which has led to, in my opinion, a greater interest in the pictures than if I had taken them myself.

 

I display both my pictures with text underneath and then the children's pictures are displayed directly underneath with their own 'text'.

 

I find them much better than general pictures!

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hi

our ep gave us pictures to use, have you asked them?

Otherwise I have used my digital camera with the child in each photo- it keeps them interested.

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