Schedules are an important way of life. They keep us in our daily routines and get us to the places we need to be.
In a preschool classroom, a daily schedule is the backbone to our day. At the beginning of the school year, I create our classroom schedule (using the 5 step method) and have it hanging up in the room. But, of course the young children in our classroom can’t read it! I found that many of my students were asking ‘what do we do next?’, ‘when can we go outside?’ and ‘when is my mom coming?’.
So, I knew it was time to create some visual supports for my little non-readers! Listen in to learn about a great resource to include in your classroom!
- Creating a Picture Schedule for Little Learners
- The Benefits of Displaying Visual Schedule Cards
- Using Visual Classroom Schedules
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Ashley Rives is an early educator with over 17 years of experience and a strong passion to help teachers implement child-centered learning in preschool classrooms all over the world. You can follow her on Instagram @lovelycommotion or learn more at the Lovely Commotion Preschool Resources website: www.lovelycommotion.com.