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Where can I use Visual Schedules?Anywhere! A master schedule can tell the class as a whole how the day is expected to go. Schedules can also be tailored for the individual. You can have a separate visual schedule just for your speech room that you change up every session. Parent's can use visual schedules to assist their child in completing daily routines and chores. How can a visual schedule help?PROVIDES STRUCTUREREDUCES ANXIETY and CONFUSIONSETS EXPECTATIONSContents:Schedule Frame Pages (
Visual Schedule with picture cards! Use these visual schedule cards to help give your little ones a sense of what will be expected of them. Visual schedules combine a predictable routine with clear expectations. Some students need a visual schedule to help them organize their day. How to use? Use these cards for a personal schedule by placing velcro or magnets onto the back. Then attach the "done" to one side of the manila folder and "not done" cards onto the other side of a manila folder.
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PreK - K
Do your students use visual schedules in the classroom? Are visual schedules listed as needed supports in their IEP's? In these crazy times of digital learning, we cannot forget the supports that our students require to succeed. This visual schedule pack has everything that parents will need to implement a visual schedule in the home! This free resource includes 2 schedule templates, matching mats, and 20 icons. I have also included parent instructions in both color and black and white. Th
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Not Grade Specific
This product is a 5 page free sample of my pretend play visual schedules. It provides 2 and 3 step sequences (Plus one 5 step) for common pretend play toys. You will require toy sets to use this product. To purchase the full version of this product click here!Choose the sequence with the appropriate amount of steps for the ability level of your student. Learning to engage in pretend play is an important skill that students with autism commonly struggle with. Using visuals such as these can assis
FREE printable evening visual schedule. Visual schedules are meant to help children understand what is coming next in their day. We often don't think that our innocent actions of ending playtime (or any other desired activity) can sabotage their day. I encourage you to also give verbal reminders along with the visual schedule. Post the schedule where your child can see it!You can print and cut out these pictures (color them if you wish!). Follow Giggle Tots & leave a review if this has helpe
Do parents ever share their struggles of trying to get their child to follow directions and get to bed? Or brush their teeth and get dressed in the morning? Print and laminate these two pages back to back. Punch a hole at the top and add a string. Parent can place this in a common area (eg. outside child's bedroom or bathroom) and remind the child to "check their list" to see if everything that is expected from them is complete. Come the next morning just flip the sheet over for the new list. S
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Not Grade Specific
Use this editable visual schedule for the home environment! Perfect for younger students, students with disabilities, or students who are visual learners! Helps students to stay on track and know what is next in their day!!
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Not Grade Specific
FREE At Home Choice Boards for parents to use during COVID-19 (coronavirus) school closuresIncluded:+ 3 choice boards+ general activities choice board+ Academic choice+ Motor/ exercise choice boardHow to Use Choice Boards:+ Have students pick one activity from the board+ Decide on a number of activities per day+ Stay consistent+ Use a bingo daubber when things are selectedNeed home visuals click hereMore helpful resources:Free Home Schedule Boards and PiecesSimple Visual SchedulesDigital Sentenc
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Not Grade Specific
FREE At home learning Schedule for parents to use during COVID-19 (coronavirus) school closuresIncluded:+ First, then+ My Schedule 1-4+ 12 schedule pieces+ AM/PMPLEASE NOTE: Limited Visuals are included with this set, for more visuals click hereMore helpful resources:Simple Visual SchedulesDigital Sentence ComprehensionDigital Coin IDFREE hand washing task analysisReduced price Simple Comprehension March
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Not Grade Specific
These daily classroom schedule cards make an eye-catching display that lets students know what's coming up next in their day. This schedule display gives them an easy way to find the information themselves without asking you all day long.The schedule cards have the following:reading, mathematics, writing, spelling, buddy reading, D.E.A.R, journal time, quick write, poetry, social studies, māori, basic facts, religious education, prayers/roll, roll, prayers, pack up, library, special event, lunch
FREE! You heard me right. Grab this resource and share with your students' family. Students who require additional functional support will benefit from this free resource. It will structure their time at home before and after they leave school. Product overview: This schedule booklet has the following features: 3 Schedule Covers 56 Schedule Icons with Labels3 Colored Schedule OptionsAdditional Schedule Icon HolderSeller's Reflection: As teachers, we have all lost sleep over a kid. We wonder wha
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PreK - 5th
Here is a FREE back to school social story! Going back to school or starting school for the first time can be scary for your little one! This resource provides a printable social story explaining what happens at school, why we go to school, and who we see at school. **BONUS digital version of the social story!**You will also find a customizable visual schedule to assist in creating a routine to start school!Why Social Stories? A Social Story helps children learn to adjust to changes in routine
This schedule can be cut out, laminated, and used to assist children/clients in understanding what locations, activities, tasks, and items will be happening next in time. The concept of time can often be difficult to understand. This easy to use printable schedule, similar to the app Choiceworks, allows for understanding of daily routine. Use small visual pictures (can be found at Visual Schedule Pictures) on this schedule, using velcro, of daily tasks, such as;-going home-brush teeth-do homewo
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WHAT IS IT?A collection of 6 first-then schedule boards. First-Then Boards are a visual support system that allows young children or children with language delays to understand routines, expectations, and reward systems in more accessible ways. By providing a visual support along with language and social interaction, students are able to participate more independently and with less frustration in everyday activit
This product contains pictures of daily activities at home and sheets that a child with autism will follow. Routine and scheduled activities are very important for children with autism so that they are aware of what will happen throughout the day.
FREE, simple and easy to use visual schedules.GREAT to use with children who need to visually see what is expected of them in therapy, class, or at home! Print, Laminate, Attach Velcro, Add icons and you are set and ready to GO!
For those of you who have young students in your classroom that need a visual reminder to use the bathroom during scheduled times during the day, here's something I made •Simply print the two sheets that have the picture of the playground and laminate them. Attach each to a clip board and mount Velcro to the green, yellow, and red squares. •Cut out the toilet pictures (or use pictures of your student), laminate and mount Velcro to the back side. •Place one clip board at the students desk a
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PreK - 2nd
The now, next, then chart can be used in the classroom or at home to illustrate a sequence of events to learners who have difficulty with transitions, anxiety and communication. Images associated with the events or activities are to be printed, laminated and attached within the dark blue square with Velcro strips or Sticky-tack at relevant times.
Laminated Boards and Cards to use in your child’s bedroom to help them stay organised and become more independent when getting dressed. SAMPLE only Full package available https://www.smalltalkspeechtherapy.com.au/product/getting-dressed-visual-package/ * Please collaborate with your child’s speech pathologist when implementing these resources with your child at home.
Editable daily data collection form along with black and white visualsInsert IEP goals to help keep track of student target behavior (best aligned with 3 objectives)This is a product I personally use to help have a scope of where students are at with their IEP goals related to social/emotional or functional skills concepts. At the end of the school day I make a copy & send home with student to allow for parents to have the insight as well.Font used for resource: KA Fonts, Kaitlynn Albani
Grades:
PreK - 8th
36 daily schedule cards parents can use at home to maintain strong routines during distance learning and social distancing. *****************************************************************************In My Class & At My House:I've used a different version of these cards within my classroom to help students see our daily schedule. It's a great visual tool for children who need to know what's coming next.At our house, I set the cards up each evening for the next day. They are the first thing
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PreK - K
This free handout provides a variety of ideas for movement-based activities. On it, you'll find exercises that provide head inversion, linear movement, songs, products and games that incorporate movement! Download a copy to keep on hand to provide to therapists, teachers or caregivers, and let's get movin'.Your download and use of this product implies understanding of the Terms of Use, which can be found within this document.Want to see more? Check out some of our other resource packets on the t
Help your students and clients understand their weekly routine with this quick and easy parent schedule. Use this weekly visual schedule to help your child/client prepare for each day and reduce anxiety about changes in routine. The weekly visuals schedule package includes:Moveable cards for common places (home, school, preschool, day care) Moveable cards for common people (mum, dad, grandparents). a4 Poster for weekly schedule display MONDAY -> SUNDAYHow to assemble instructionsHOW TO:Jump o
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Not Grade Specific
I don't know about you, but I'm a homeschool mom with a crazy life that doesn't always align well with a planner that has timed spaces. I also want to encourage my youngest child toward independence gently. And, I like to keep things simple.  Enter my version of a Montessori style Daily Rhythm visual planner! **************************************************************************************************** Includes the following:One (1) Winter Themed Daily Rhythm PlannerTwelve (12) Activity Ma

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