A visual daily schedule helps create a sense of safety by providing a predictable pattern and displaying it in an easily accessible way. In this atmosphere of uncertainty, fostering safety through predictability is especially important.
Adults think in words; however, children think in pictures. Using pictures to show children what comes next provides the consistency their brains require in a visual form they can easily understand. This printable from Master Instructor Elizabeth Montero-Cefalo makes the process easy!
Watch Elizabeth’s webinar Visual Daily Schedule to learn more about why and how to use this resource.
- 2 and up
- Creating predictability and safety
- Reducing conflict and power struggles
- Building executive skills such as prioritization and time management
- Tool to help families create a visual daily schedule for their children
- Instructions and 4-page printable
- Printed Visual Daily Schedule
- Card stock
- Tape or Velcro
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