A visual timetable is an essential resource for every classroom. It helps children to know what will happen during the day and is particularly important for children with anxiety or ASD. It helps to develop the concept of time too. It helps put a structure on the day and builds children’s independence. (They don’t constantly ask when lunch is/ what are we doing next etc.)

There are hundreds of different timetables available – however they are all in wonderful colour (and as previously mentioned – I don’t have a colour printer) so…

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(The large ones could also be used to label displays!)