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my clip art is rubbish can any1 help im looking to make a

routine chart to help younger children and thoes with SED to understand

what is happening next,

 

simple things like coat and shoes on/off

breakfast lunch and evening meal /snacks etc

story time

circle time home time etc etc

 

also not quite sure how im going to make it lol (rubbish at this stuff)

told i could use stick on velcro and a decorated sheet of card?

 

all ideas are very welcome

thank you andrea xx

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We have a daily routine board. I have laminated all my pictures and the children then place them on a magnetic board. I have glued magnets onto the back of them, however, they are not always successful so the children just place small circle magnets on them to keep them on the board.

 

I use one sheet of A4 paper and cut it into 4 equal parts. For pictures I either use Google images or cut pictures out of old resource catalogues, or you could use clothes magazines for coats/shoes etc.

 

I agree, buy a laminator - you will never look back. :o

 

Hope this helps.

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Our child's portage worker advised us to use 'widgit' signs for our timeline, to standardize the 'pictures' used across the various settings attended by the child. We had to buy the software/licence from the website (it might be widgit or widget).

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My advice to you is invest in a laminator - they don't cost too much nowadays and once used you will be hooked forever! :o

 

I have a supervisor who is totally addicted to laminating. She would laminate anything and everything!! There is a joke at work, if we stand still to long she would laminate one of us!! xD:(

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Instead of using clip art - why not take pictures of the children doing these daily activities and then print off and laminate for your daily routine chart. The children will be able to relate to it more then as well :o good luck, help this helps xx

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my clip art is rubbish can any1 help im looking to make a

routine chart to help younger children and thoes with SED to understand

what is happening next,

 

simple things like coat and shoes on/off

breakfast lunch and evening meal /snacks etc

story time

circle time home time etc etc

 

also not quite sure how im going to make it lol (rubbish at this stuff)

told i could use stick on velcro and a decorated sheet of card?

 

all ideas are very welcome

thank you andrea xx

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