This incredible Daily Visual Schedule is exactly what everyone needs. Whether you are looking to stay organized, just starting out on your homeschool journey, or have a child with special needs, visual schedules work great. It didn’t take me long to realize my son needed a picture card visual schedule. Children with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder among other different needs can benefit from having a visual schedule to look at every day.
Plus, having that much-needed organization helps our day run smoother and keep a routine. These free printables will work great for you at home or in a school.
Printable Visual Schedule Pictures
There are so many ways you can use these visual picture cards. I’ll start with how you see them here. We love pocket charts! I have used pocket charts for many different learning activities.
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Autism Visual Schedule Printables
There are so many ways to display a visual schedule.
- on the refrigerator
- using a tabletop pocket chart
- Using a hanging pocket chart
- Make a visual display on poster board
- a cork board
- Display them on a shelf or wall area.
Whichever way you decide to display your visual schedule I am sure your children will love it.
I place our cards on the chart or hanging daily and store them in a magnetic basket on our magnet board below. My daughter loves getting these cards out daily. Just looking at them and reading them with her has been great for language development.
Maybe you have a command center in your house where you can add these great daily schedule cards. They can easily be hung and clipped which will also work your child’s fine motor skills.
Kids Daily Schedule
Whether you’re looking for a toddler schedule or a routine for elementary age children, this printable daily schedule cards for kids is free and can work with a variety of tasks!
How do I get my child on a schedule?
Using picture cues for children is a great way to establish a routine.
Start with a morning routine (bathroom, breakfast)
Playtime, errands, preschool, activities
Playtime, activities, outdoor time
Once you feel you have a complete schedule for your child, you should have it posted as a whole day.
Make sure you include daily activities that are active activities and also calming down time activities.
Daily Visual Schedule Cards
Daily Schedule for Kids
We love these cards! Honestly, ever since we started using them our days run smoother and transitions are much easier. I plan on adding additional cards for outings and extra activities soon. I hope these visual schedule cards help your family as much as they have helped mine. Enjoy!
Using a visual schedule reduces anxiety and stress for children during transitions. Many children who are on the spectrum tend to struggle with transitions. Visual Schedules will help your child feel comfortable and get into a daily routine.
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Visual Schedules and Routines for Kids
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