Mega Class Schedule Clipart: School Graphics {Glitter Meets Glue}

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Mega Class Schedule Clip Art: Get your students excited about the school day ahead and keep yourself organized with this comprehensive pack of clipart. Decorate your classroom or make individualized schedules for select special needs students. Create signs for your bulletin board to keep track of the day using this schedule clipart. Help your students understand when Art, Lunch, Gym, Math and so on are throughout the day.


Clip art (or "clipart") are digital images that can be imported into graphic design or desktop publishing software to create documents such as for classroom use. These illustrations can be hand drawn images that have been scanned into the computer or fully digital images drawn on a tablet and colored using graphic design software.

Classroom teachers use clip art to decorate their bulletin board, spice up a PowerPoint presentation, design worksheets and handouts, compose classroom newsletters, decorate your classroom, and create a class schedule with pictures for special needs students.


  • 42 color images in .png format
  • 42 blackline images in .png format
  • Library
  • Language Arts
  • Lunch
  • Social Studies
  • Science
  • Breakfast
  • Art
  • Computers (Technology)
  • PE (Physical Education)
  • Music
  • Recess
  • Math
  • Assembly (school stage)
  • Bathroom (roll of toilet paper)
  • Binder Work (binder)
  • Break (clock)
  • Calendar
  • Circle Time (three children on a circle rug)
  • Clean Up (paper towels, broom, and dust pan)
  • Desk Work (school items on a desk)
  • Dismissal (school bus with arrows pointing towards "school" and "home")
  • Field Trip (dinosaur museum)
  • Free Time (personal items on top of a desk)
  • Game Time (game pieces)
  • Handwriting (hand holding a pencil)
  • IEP Work (football and goal post)
  • Inclusion (two desks next to each other)
  • iPad Time
  • Listening Station (headphones)
  • Morning Work (book and pencil with a sun)
  • Motor Lab (trampoline)
  • Occupational Therapy (crafts and manipulatives used by therapists)
  • Physical Therapy (girl on a balance beam with therapy balls)
  • Read a Book (boy reading a book)
  • Reading (stack of three books)
  • Seat Work (school chair)
  • Snack (banana, apple, and juice box)
  • Speech (boy talking out sounds)
  • Story Time (opened book with an octopus, palm tree, and tug boat)
  • Teacher Time (teacher and student at a desk)
  • Writing (hand holding a pencil in the pincher pose)
  • Transition Time (countdown timer)



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Created by Amie Bentley, © Glitter Meets Glue Designs, LLC

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