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Individual Visual Timetable

Individual Visual Timetable


Individual 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 and lessons are coming up next.


Every child has unique needs and preferences. An individual visual timetable allows the teacher to tailor the schedule specifically to the child's routine, preferences, and learning style.


Visual timetables provide a clear and predictable structure for the child's day. For children who thrive on routine and predictability, having a visual representation of their schedule can reduce anxiety and promote a sense of security.


How and when might you use this?

Visual timetables are often used as a whole class resource but this one is an individual timetable that can be tailored to the specific child's day.


At the beginning of the day, the teacher can review the child's individual visual timetable to help them understand and prepare for the activities planned for the day ahead.


During transition times between activities, the teacher can refer to the visual timetable to remind the child of what comes next and provide a visual cue to prepare for the transition.


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, 77 activity and lesson cards and 60 clock cards showing o'clock, quarter past, half past and quarter to.

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