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Individual Home Visual Timetable

Individual Home Visual Timetable


Individual home visual timetable to be personalised to a specific child’s day.


Why do you need this?

Visual Timetables are a strategy that can be used to reduce anxiety by preparing children for what activities are coming up next.


Visual timetables provide a clear and structured representation of the child's daily routine. For parents, especially those with children who thrive on predictability, having a visual schedule helps establish a consistent routine at home.


Many children find transitions between activities challenging. A visual timetable helps ease transitions by providing a visual cue of what comes next, reducing anxiety and meltdowns associated with changes in routine.


How and when might you use this?

Display the visual timetable in the child's bedroom or common area to guide them through their routine, including tasks like getting dressed, brushing teeth, and eating breakfast.


Before transitioning from one activity to another, refer to the visual timetable to prepare the child for the upcoming change. This helps reduce anxiety and resistance to transitions by providing a clear visual cue of what comes next.


Use the visual timetable as a tool for positive reinforcement and behavior management. Encourage the child to check off completed tasks or activities on the timetable to reinforce their accomplishments and encourage responsibility.


I would recommend laminating the pieces and using Velcro to have them be easily changeable.


What is included?

Included in this resource is a base for the timetable to put on, 95 activity cards and 60 clock cards showing o'clock, quarter past, half past and quarter to.

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