|Abstract||The purpose of this study was to investigate the use of picture task cards on performance of the Test of Gross Motor Development-2 (TGMD-2) (Ulrich, 2000) in youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to see if such use will enhance the understanding of activities in physical education and therapeutic settings for children with ASD. Participants were divided into two groups: one received standard TGMD-2 procedures, and the other received standardized procedures with addition of picture task cards. A total of eight participants, all male, ranging from ages 8 to 15 were tested at Wedgewood Academy in Fort Worth, TX. Analysis was done as an independent t-test (group by task) in SPSS version 18.0. The groups include picture task card and non-picture task card, and the tasks include object control and locomotor standard scores. Another t-test was run to compare groups with mean SRS scores. Results were not significant due to low sample size, but there was a high effect score for locomotor raw and standard scores, object control raw and standard scores and the majority of each skill in the picture task card condition. Although there was a low sample size, the findings suggest that the use of visual supports on TGMD-2 testing improved the individual with ASD's locomotor and object control raw and standard scores.