The top part says "Go to" and shows the man walking. In this place, I write where the student should be going in the school.
This is like a little laminated booklet, so when you open it (the velcro is used to keep it closed), you seen sections for what they student should "do" and/or "say." I sometimes draw pictures to help my students understand what I am saying as well (please disregard my lack of art skills..haha!).
I have used this in the past for my very visual students when I am asking a new task of them. I have also used it in the past for students who are hard to understand verbally. That way, they can show it to the person they are talking to in case the adult doesn't understand what the student wants. For my current group of students, who get extremely anxious about leaving the classroom on their own, I think this visual will be useful in easing some anxiety by showing them exactly what is expected of them.