This simple chart can be used for sessions with school counselors, therapists, or other supportive staff to help children who struggle with transitioning from one activity to the next. It helps to establish routine and predictability, allows for consistent prompting, and creates opportunities in-session for the child to practice transitions so you can provide in-the-moment support as needed, which will ideally then carry over into other environments and settings.
You can edit the chart so that it is personalized and meets the specific needs of the child you work with. I have personally found it helpful to create 4 timed segments for my play therapy sessions with children: my choice of activity, the child's choice of activity, clean-up, and back to class/end of session transition. You can also create rewards depending on how many smiley faces the child earns during the session. For example, I have offered a sticker for every smiley face earned, and a small prize if the child is able to earn smiley faces for all segments.