Emergency drills are a necessary part of the school day- but teaching them and doing what is expected can be tricky for some students, but can be made easier with the use of visuals.
Use visuals to teach and remind students what is expected during different emergency drills. Some students become anxious when there is a change like an emergency drill. These supports will help students remain calm and in control.
- fire drill
- earthquake drill
- tornado drill
- lock down drill
- stay in place drill
- adapted books for each emergency drill
- printable versions of adapted books for each emergency drill
- visual schedule pieces
- mini social narratives (color and BW)
- one page visual expectations
- sequencing worksheets
- lanyard visual expectations
Emergency drills need to be explicitly taught, just like every other routine in your classroom. Make them go smoother with these supports!
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WHAT TEACHERS LIKE YOU ARE SAYING ABOUT MY BEHAVIOR SUPPORTS
⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Laura J S
“These cards are an excellent way to visually prompt students. They work well across all ages. The graphics are simple and easy to understand.”
⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Mrs Breezy EC
“These are my favorite visuals! I have used several different visual cards to help support students, but these are my all-time favorite! ”
⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Netta S.
“My students have benefited tremendously from having these visuals to help them navigate their classroom environment and also function effectively throughout the day with these visual reminders and supports! “
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