- Children with autism spectrum disorder, anxiety, ADHD, and non-speakers.
- Children who can recognize a picture schedule in sequence.
- Children who need visuals to participate and know what’s going on.
- Directors, who can provide visual schedules to volunteers to help them know the structure of Sunday School.
- Volunteers, who can follow the visual schedule when teaching.
A visual schedule in both color and black-and-white versions. Laminate the color pictures for multiple uses. Use the black-and-white pictures for quick prep.
14 sets of cards. Each set has 9 cards, except for Holidays, which has 18 cards. (NOTE: Some cards are duplicates. The sets are organized to help you easily find what you need).
Better participation in the church event. Visual schedules help children know what is going on. As church activities start and finish, a volunteer or child moves the picture of the activity. Children know what the schedule is, what they have already done, and when the event is nearing the end.
Visual schedules created by an SLP (speech-language pathologist) with 28 years of experience in schools and 6 years in special needs ministry.
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