Sunday, February 24, 2019


I was in Georgetown, Texas, last week with some AWESOME teachers. Several of them had these prompt cards on their name lanyards. 


I thought it was very clever and a great classroom management tool. They told me that they got the cards on Well, I went there and I was impressed!

The Texas Autism Circuit might have created tools and techniques for students on the autism spectrum, but I guarantee you that these would be useful in any classroom. They explain how and when to use the tools and give you printable templates and resources.

Here’s a sample of what they have - FREE of course!

Behavior cue cards to reinforce verbal directions or quietly redirect a student.

First/then cards to use as a visual support for transitions.


Take a break card for when students might need a break or if they seem frustrated.


But wait, there’s more!!!

You’ll find ideas for collecting data, 

                           helping children with time management,


                                                                                  and other social skills!


Special thanks to Frost Elementary Pre-K and PPCD teachers!