• Help kids follow their routines independently
  • Promote self-management of repetitive tasks
  • Supplement verbals with easy-to-understand visuals
  • Fight distraction with a go-to visual reminder
  • Reduce stress and make life easier for all

A simple tool to help families at home with routines, communication, behavior and self-management

Use in classrooms and daycares for transitions, predictability and group cooperation

For diagnoses from Autism to ADHD to SPD, Visual schedules can be a particularly effective behavioral tool

Visual Schedules are positive behavioral supports that use pictures to communicate a sequence of events to a child. Children are visual learners and can navigate the world around them better when they can see what you are telling them. Picture schedules help to put the child and the adult on the SAME PAGE with better communication, organization and predictability. Because of this, they are known to reduce stress, build confidence, improve self management and increase compliant behavior.

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Enjoy Same Day Shipping if your online order is placed before 12:00 pm EST. Most orders ship Priority Mail so you can plan on receiving your order in 2 -3 days. All other orders will ship the very next day. Express one day shipping is Also available at check out. Same/Next day shipping does not apply to orders that contain custom products such as digital photo magnets.

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What our customers are saying…

“The schedule is great for Noah! He likes to set it up at night by himself for the next day!! I don’t even have to remind him to brush his teeth anymore!!”

-Zoe and Peter, NY

” I love the SchKIDule! It’s great quality and I love the magnets. It’s so easy to move them around to accommodate change in the day”

-Deana, TX

“I cannot tell you how many times we have used our SchKIDule to keep our son focused on what he needs to do. Our whole family is happier and less stressed.”

-Elizabeth, GA