SchKIDules Visual Schedules for Kids 87Pc Education Collection for Classroom Supports & Homeschool Organization: 66 School-Themed Picture Magnets +21 Headings for Preschool, Special Ed & Autism

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SchKIDule’s Visual Schedule For Kids: EDUCATION COLLECTION

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Use for an individual student, group or homeschooling

SchKIDules 2×2 magnets are great for building a schedule for an individual student who needs to see what’s next. It an also be displayed somewhere in a classroom for children to check the schedule throughout the day. Lastly, these magnets make creating a home school schedule everyone can understand super easy. Set up the design you need on any magnetically receptive surface. Combine with the provided headings or write your own and because it’s all magnetic it is super easy to change from day to day.

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Magnet List

activity table, arrival, art, assembly, breakfast, calendar, centers, circle time, clean up, computers, cubby/locker, dismissal, English, field trip, foreign language, group work, half day, independent work, instrument/band, library, line up, lunch, math, music/chorus, nurse, P.E, pack backpack, read aloud, reading, recess, rest, restroom, safety drill, science, show and tell, snack, social studies, special event, spelling, unpack backpack, wash hands, writing, break, choice, dislike, ears listening, eyes looking, headphones, like, medicine, new person, “NO” symbol, no talking, OT, PT, quiet feet, quiet hands, reward, sensory break, sit down, social group, speech, stand up, stop, therapy, and wait.

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No DIY

Tired of printing, cutting and laminating? We’ve got you covered. Our magnets are delivered ready to go with the ability to buy duplicates of any repeats you need.

Reusable

Our magnets will give you years of use. Tired of thin laminated paper curling or not lasting the school year? Not only will our magnets last this year but you’ll be able to reuse them for years to come.

Homeschool or Classroom

Whether you need icons to help an individual child navigate their day in the classroom or want to master communicating a home school routine, this set has you covered.

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Top 7 Benefits of using a Visual Schedule in the Classroom

1. Master Routines: SchKIDules makes it easier for kids to recognize and learn their daily routines. Kids do not always pick up on trends and often the abstract can feel very chaotic or spontaneous. Showing your student visually that, for instance, the same 3 steps are expected upon arrival at school will help them internalize the process and remember it next time.

2. Language Permanence: If your student is easily distracted, forgets often, or asks you to repeat yourself, a visual schedule provides the language permanence that will help reduce these issues. When we speak, our words are only available for a moment. When we support speech with something tangible like pictures, kids can refer to it for as long as he/she needs.

3. Foster Independence: Having students who can master self management means a more successful classroom. Time is use more efficiently and there are fewer interruptions asking about the how and when.

4. Relieve Anxiety: Whether the anxiety is mild or severe, kids can experience it when they don’t know what to expect. Some kids crave the knowledge and feel uneasy not knowing what to plan for (Type-As). Others sense “chaos” when they don’t have a grasp on what’s to come which can make a child feel very anxious. Either way, an anxious child is not a relaxed child and a teacher is more likely to encounter behavioral problems when a child feels anxious. Sharing “what’s next” or what’s happening that day can provide a sense of calm, predictability and safety to your student. This, in turn, will reduce their anxiety as well as provide a platform for your student to share their concerns and questions.

5. Build Self Confidence: Visual schedule often result in more successful behavior. Successful behavior generally receives praise and praise builds self confidence. Kids who come to class with confidence want to be there. Kids who feel insecure about school will have barriers to learning that would not otherwise be there.

6. Establish Trust: Trust doesn’t often come up as an issue at school but students, especially young shy ones, need to feel some trust before they can feel comfortable and give their best to the classroom. Sharing what’s next builds trust. Following through on it is even better.

7. Increased Cooperation: There are two reasons visual schedules boost compliant behavior. First, children are always going to test the boundaries. Having a visual schedule with they day’s plan will reduce this likelihood. When a child sees no plan, they may interpret that to mean there is no plan. And no plan means it’s up for negotiation. When a teacher posts the plan for the day, the student can see this has already been decided by the person in charge and there is probably little wiggle room for it to be altered. Second, some kids may see that plan and still not like, for example, that there is no recess today. However, by posting that plan from the start of the day, that child has a long time to get used to, or “cope’ with this news. Sometimes kids need this time to get used to a disappointing idea. On the other hand, if you wait until recess time and then announce there is none, it is quite possible that student has a meltdown and they were looking forward to it all day and thought they were 5 minutes away from being on a playground.

Home Icons

School Icons

Special Needs Icons

Headings

18″ Board

Stars

INSTANT VISUAL SCHEDULE: Use the 66 education themed activity icons in combination with the 21 headings on any magnetic surface for multiple school day schedule options
CLASSROOM or HOMESCHOOL: Use for an individual student or small group in a classroom or homeschool organization – support IEPs and make sense of hybrid schools schedules
NO ASSEMBLY: why DIY when you can have these durable, 30 mil quality thickness, 2″ x 2″ , laminated with a dry erase friendly finish, resuable year after year magnets
INCLUSIVE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS: Activity magnets included feature everything from class subjects, to specials, to therapies, to behavioral prompts supporting students of all types
FEWER INTERRUPTIONS: Posting a schedule for a child to reference throughout the day means knowing where to look for answers instead of disrupting the learning process with questions,

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