Organization Extravaganza: Children’s Visual Schedule!

Day three of our Organization Extravaganza!  Did you miss a project?  Check back to the central Organization Extravaganza post for links to each project, as well as information on projects still to come! 

After a storm and a power outage here today, this is going to be a visual tutorial.  Given the simplicity of the project, I don’t think you’ll need my explanations anyway!  Mouse over the pictures for some simple descriptions of each step.  If you have any questions, please leave a comment and ask; I’m happy to add more information!

And there you have it, a fun, reusable, flexible visual schedule for children!  If you laminate the cards, it will last for a long time, too!  And as your schedule changes, you can simply add new cards!  The combination of a recognizable picture with a word is a wonderful tool for building literacy as well.  It contributes to a print-rich environment for your child, which is crucial to his or her later reading and comprehension skills. 

More organization extravaganza coming tomorrow!

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6 thoughts on “Organization Extravaganza: Children’s Visual Schedule!

  1. Pingback: Organization Extravaganza: Project List « The Practical Perfeccionista

  2. I have a special needs child and have tried visual schedules. I had mine laminated and stuck on a felt board with velcro dots. I like your take on it with the wire and paper clips! This would be a great way to hang/display kids artwork, too!

  3. My kindergarten teacher brain LOVES this! I host a linky party every Friday. The link is still open, if you’d like to come link this up!

    Becca
    becca-homeiswheremystorybegins.blogspot.com

  4. Awesome! What a great idea! Thanks for the tutorial!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can’t wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

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