Do you need tools to help you and your children stay organized and motivated to complete educational tasks? If you are either a dedicated homeschooler or temporarily supporting your children in distance learning at home, visual schedules will help your preschool and elementary age children be productive and independent while accomplishing multiple educational tasks throughout the day.
Created by school-based Occupational Therapist Thia Triggs, The Visual Schedules for Homeschool and Distance Learning EDITABLE digital download includes the tools to help you and your children stay organized and motivated to complete educational tasks.
The ZIP file will be available electronically immediately following payment.
Who is the Visual Schedules for Homeschool and Distance Learning Designed For?
This resource is designed for children:
- Who are anxious
- Who have difficulty following verbal directions
- Who don’t know what to expect
- Who have problem behaviors
- Who have difficulty accepting directions
- Who have difficulty recalling the order of sequenced steps
- Who know how to do tasks but are dependent on verbal directions
- Who are on the autism spectrum
What Is Included in this Resource?
The Visual Schedules for Homeschool and Distance Learning includes:
- Schedule board
- 48 Individual Task Cards
- 4 Keys to Teach Your Children Personal Responsibility & Independence, 3 pages
- Assembly Directions, 1 page
- Tips & Tricks for Using a Visual Schedule, 1 page
- Editable PowerPoint File (to change text, e.g., to your chosen language.) This file can be edited in either PowerPoint or Google Slides.
TASK CARDS for the Visual Schedules for Homeschool and Distance Learning
- Social Studies
- Physical activity
- Read out-loud
- Listen to book
- Watch YouTube
- Clean up
- Plan day
- Virtual class
- Distance learning
- Google classroom
- Work at desk
- Work at table
- Work on tablet
- Work on computer
- Finish assignments
- Ask for help
- Get work checked
- Help a sibling
- Floor time
Appointments, Classes, and Activities Included in the Visual Schedules for Homeschool and Distance Learning:
- Field trip
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Speech therapy
- Music lesson
- Swimming lesson
- Music practice
- Soccer practice
Using this Visual Schedule:
Place task cards on the Schedule Board.
Your child removes one task card as each step is accomplished and moves it to the finished column.
Use the Blank Cards to:
* Write or draw details that may be specific to your child’s routine.
* Keep task cards that you are not using organized and easy to access when needed.
Use the attached PowerPoint file to add your titles to the cards; or using blank cards, add your text and pictures.
When supporting parents, this resource pairs well with Star Charts, Incentive Visuals, Token Boards-Behavior Management for Home BUNDLE