If you’ve ever potty trained a child, you know that it’s not always easy! It takes time, patience, and a whole lot of grace! One request I’ve had is to create a bathroom visual routine cards. Since creating my toddler visual routine cards and my before and after school routine cards, I figured I should add one more! I hope you find the bathroom routine visual cards helpful!
The free printable includes the following cards:
- toilet paper
- wash hands
- dry hands
- dry hands (another version)
- throw away trash
- turn off lights
I’ve also added some blank cards in case you have other parts of your routine to add.
There are several ways you could display the cards:
- in a pocket chart
- tape to the door (use tape that won’t ruin your door!)
- in a notebook to flip through
After you cut out the cards, make sure to talk with your child about what each card means. I recommend putting them in order with your child, then mix them up and have your child put them in order.
You’ll also notice that I have boy and girl cards. Feel free to use what works for you!
You could also use these cards in the classroom for teaching the bathroom routine. I included cards that say “knock” and “throw away” because those are things you would do in the classroom.
To download your free printable, click right here —> Bathroom Routine Cards
These are great! I plan on laminating them to post high up in the restroom!
Perfect visuals for my special needs students. Thank you very much!