for comprehension, communication, showing what's next, helping them to understand the day.
Appropriate for Early Elementary
to help develop routines and encourage independent self management.
Appropriate for Late Elementary
to help a child organize weekly activities and begin to build time management skills.
Picture schedules are very commonly used in the classroom and at daycares. Its just a fact that children learn first through pictures and that pictures continue to be an easy and kid friendly way to communicate for many years. Our all magnetic system is very compatible with many classroom surfaces and SchKIDules offers custom magnets so if you need a different size we can make it for you.
For Children with ADHD, Autism or Aspergers, visual schedules can be a life saver. Whether your child has the extra challenge of staying focused, remembering routines, or simply needs to see what next in order to master self management , SchKIDules provides a ready-made system available for both home and school. The all magnetic face lends itself to different designs in one, and there is no Velcro to trigger any sensory dislikes.
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What is a Visual Schedule?
A visual schedule is a behavioral tool that uses pictures to communicate a sequence of events. They are relied upon in homes, daycares and schools because we all know kids benefit from not only hearing what's expected, but seeing it too. They help to put the child and the adult on the same page with better communication, organization and predictability.
From Type A toddlers, to teaching a 2nd grader what the morning routine is, to introducing a 4th grader to weekly time management, SchKIDules caters to a wide array of ages and abilities with our many designs. And the great thing is it's all magnetic so you can easily swap out one look for another as your child matures.
“Kids can feel small in the world. Most things happen to them. They crave predictability, knowing what is going to happen, because it gives them some sense of control. A predictable routine allows children to feel safe, and to develop a sense of mastery handling their lives. Kids who understand the routine, rather than feeling pushed around by what seems like arbitrary circumstance are more likely to cooperate. I don't' generally endorse products, but SchKIDules looks like a terrific way to give toddlers the security of knowing what happens next in their day."