“Shoe Snapshot” is a strategy of visual cuing that can easily prompt understanding of when a child can have his shoes on and when he needs to replace them.
I have a student in my special education classroom who continually wants to take off his shoes. I allow this in my room but I can’t have him walking through the school without his shoes. When it is time for an outside class, I try to explain this to him and start putting on his shoes. He will then throw them and cry or scream. What can I do?