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  1. Zhu Huamin says:

    Thank you for sharing.This is very suitable for my child.

  2. Katherine says:

    Would like to use this for my lovely twins!

  3. Schedule is for my 7 years old son. Looking forward to using them. Thank you

  4. Danielle Palmer says:

    Love your resources!

  5. I will be using these for my Grand children. Thank you for making them available.

  6. Schedule is for my 4 year old son. Looking forward to using them.

  7. These are great, thank you for sharing. Did you print out on regular paper and laminate them (ones on fridge)?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I printed them on card stock paper and then laminated them. Hope that helps!

      1. Thanks for your ideas and templates, much appreciated!

      2. How do you get these individually printed, the template appears to have multiple cards on one page?

  8. Hi, I’m unable to print download!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m sorry! Are you using Adobe Reader?

  9. A Edwards says:

    Can’t wait to use this with my granddaughter

  10. Thanks for the amazing work! I would like to use the visual program for a foreign student in my classroom.

  11. Thank you! These schedule cards are just what I was looking for.

  12. Sabrina G. says:

    Thank you for making these available to all FREE of charge!! This is my second time downloading them. I haven’t found many this well made that support Bible reading as part of the schedule. I would have liked to have one that says “music time” or “movement,” also I am quite content with them already. Thanks again! God bless. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Laura Clear says:

      I babysit my 3 year old Grandson while his mom works, but he’s not really on a schedule or does he have a daily routine. I raised 2 children on a daily schedule and it worked out great. I think having something that is visual for my Grandson will work very well. I’ve tried to make something like this myself, however my drawing is not that great, love the clear pictures. I am looking forward to using them thank you so much.

  13. Alissa Tyrrell says:

    What font did you use for the text? I am creating some cards of my own and wanted them to match.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Hi! I used the font KG Blank Space Solid. Hope that helps!

  14. Do you have anything for preschool church activities?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I would love to add preschool church activities to my blog. Right now, all I have is activities for Easter.

  15. Christine Beck says:

    Iโ€™m looking forward to using them in my daycare center.

  16. Joylance Chapman-George says:

    Schedule is for my three (3) year old son. Looking forward to using them.

  17. Hi i am so excited to use them with my 3 years son. He would love these visuals. My only question is if i want to add few visuals in scedule then how should i? The file is encrypted and it is asking for password. Can you help me pls.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Just email me and I can do it for you. My email is angela (at) teachingmama (dot) org.

  18. Hi! Thanks for sharing this with us , it will really help my daughter โ™ฅ๏ธ .
    I’ve subscribed but I haven’t received any email from you and I’ve checked the spams box as well. Could you please send it to me? Thanks in advance ๐Ÿ˜Š

    1. Hello, This is visual schedule is amazing. I have been looking for something like this for my little boy for a long time. Thanks for sharing. Would you mind email it to me. I cannot find it under free printable. Thank you so much.

  19. Melissa Bean says:

    Is that just the side of your fridge that the cards are stuck to, or is there some kind of board stuck to your fridge? Thanks!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      It’s just the side of my fridge ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. I’m using these with my autistic 3 year old daughter. Hoping it will help with transitioning from one activity to another.
    Thanks a bunch!

  21. Thank you for sharing these wonderful cards. I am going to be using these with my 4 yeast old. Since we ate stuck at home for awhile I need her to be on a routine. The visuals will make it fun and easy for her to see what is in store for her through the day.

  22. I love these thank your for sharing. I have a question is there anyway to get the last page of the blank squares in an unlocked version to add other things? Thanks just wanted to ask, I can’t wait to start using these with my son. I love the pictures thanks

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      You’re welcome! I’ll send you an email ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. This is amazing! I have been looking for a visual schedule for my little girl while we are home in qurintine. I can’t thank you enough for sharing!

  24. My LO would love this as he gets super anxious if he can’t see his schedule. I have subscribed but haven’t received the email. please help. many thanks

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m so sorry! I’ll send you an email with it.

  25. Sally Tooley says:

    I’m excited about the printable picture schedule. I plan to us it with my SPED Kindergartener who struggles verbally. A picture schedule was recommended by her speech therapist. I think it will especially be helpful as we are trying to establish new routines for learning from home while school is out. Thank you!

    1. Gladdys Ruffle says:

      Thank you so much. My husband will be happy because you included “Bible Time”. ๐Ÿ™‚

  26. I cannot seem to find the free printable for the visual schedule for toddlers… am I missing something? I would absolutely love these as my son would totally benefit from these.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m sorry! I will email it to you.

  27. Jocelyn Clark-Quiggle says:

    I would like to share this schedule with parents of preschool students with disabilities. They are now doing e-learning and would benefit from a schedule at home. Is there any way I can share without all having to input their e-mail? Any help you are able to provide would be appreciated as we embark on eLearning for an indefinite amount of time.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Yes! Since this is a time of crisis, I give you permission to email the parents the PDF. You can add it as an attachment to the email. Hope this helps!

      1. Jocelyn Clark-Quiggle says:

        Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!

  28. Rohini Tambe says:

    My granddaughter is looking forward to using these.

  29. Denise Harding says:

    I havent gotten anything yet there is nothing in my spam folder either.
    i even tried twice in the subscribe area.. im already subscribed because i got an email from you concerning this.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I just sent it to you! I’m sorry!

  30. Hi there, Iโ€™ve signed up to the newsletter but still havenโ€™t receive an answer to print those cards. รŽve already checked junk mails. Could you pโ€™ease send them to me by email ?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m sorry! Yes, I just sent you an email.

  31. Where is the icon for printing these toddler schedule cards? I subscribed to your newsletter, but haven’t got anything yet.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m sorry! Sometimes the email gets sent to your spam folder. I’ll send you an email with the file.

  32. Edwin Stanton Spencer says:

    I have 3 lovely kids – aged 7, 4 and 1 – and I’m hoping that they will love the idea of a visual schedule as much as I do.

  33. What age is recommended to start using this?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I would use it with ages 2 and older.

  34. Excited yet anxious to see if these will help with my 4 year old who is currently going through assessments for Aspergers. She likes routine and hates any little change so hoping to find something that will help with it. Fingers crossed. ๐Ÿ˜Š

  35. Crystal Elder says:

    Your visual schedule cards have been so extremely helpful. I love all the little visual aids you come up with. My youngest daughter is autistic and I searched all over trying to find the perfect visual schedule to be able to help her. That is how I stumbled upon your site and I have been a huge fan ever since! Thank you so much for all the hard work you put in and the great blogs!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m s happy to hear this. Thank you for sharing!

  36. Hi from Ohakune, New Zealand! I will be using these for my 2 year old so she can participate with her 4 yr old, 10 yr old and 12 year old siblings in the morning routine. She loves to ‘help’ just now but struggles to follow multiple instructions. Visualising what she has to do and how she needs to contribute will hopefully make her feel much more included!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Wow, I’m so happy to hear this! Thank you for sharing.

  37. Karen Morrisby says:

    I’m so happy to find these as I was wanting some for my 2 yo daughter. My 2 nieces have learning disabilities, so I’m so excited to laminate and share these with my sister to use at home to help keep her kids and house organised as she has 4 children and it gets quite hectic….. thanks so much for sharing these ๐Ÿ™‚

  38. I love all your stuff and guidance! I had some trouble figuring out how to download the schedule cards. Can you please help with that? I did subscribe and was able to download other things. THANKS!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m so sorry! It should’ve been sent to your email right away. If you don’t see it, email me at angela(at)teachingmama(dot)org.

  39. I plan to use these with my 4, 3, and 2yr old. My 4 year old tends to shut down very easy when we start doing something so I’m hoping this will help her get in a routine and feel more confident about her day.

  40. I am hoping to use this with my soon to be 3 year old who has a language delay (mostly receptive). I am hoping that having this visual schedule will help him know what to expect of our day easier.

  41. Thank you. New mom of child with traumatic history. Needs the structure and working on verbal communication. The visual schedule has to help.

    Thanks for the reminder, the resource and motivation to get with the program.

    Much needed.

  42. hi how to print the visual schedule? i entered my mail also …didn’t receive any mail.. can you please help me with this?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      It should’ve arrived. Make sure to check the promotions tab in your email. If you still haven’t got it, let me know and I’ll manually send it.

  43. Thank you for the routine printables. We just got home from speech therapy with our 4 year old and because she has meltdowns when she is unable to communicate her wants and needs or when she has to do things out of her routine like going to speech therapy this is what was suggested for us to try with her!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Oh I’m so pleased to hear this! Thank you for sharing!!

  44. These are the most beautiful visual aid images I’ve been able to find! Can’t wait to start using them. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

  45. I have subscribed to the website but I couldnt get this free printable visual schedule that I am so exicted to use for my daughter at home. May I know how can I get it?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Hi there! Have you checked the ‘Promotions’ tab? On gmail, sometimes my emails get sent there. If you can’t find it, let me know and I’ll email it again.

      1. Lois Kiew says:

        Hi Angela,

        I have checked the ‘Promotions’ tab and yea, it was there. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks and can’t wait to use it for my kid.

  46. I will use these for my 4 year old grandson-he loves a schedule always asks-what comes next!

  47. Iโ€™m excited to use for my daughter with ASD and my 4 year old son who relies on self care prompts every day! Thank you!

  48. My little charge was asking for something just like these!

  49. Would like for my son who has autism ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Great! If you fill in your email in the box, the printable will be sent to you. Thanks!

  50. Ive put in my email and sent the request for the schedule. Its been 10mins and still havent gotten it. Do I have to do something else?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m sorry. Sometimes the printable gets sent to a spam or promotions folder. I will send it to you again!

  51. joanne norby says:

    I am going to use the visuals with my toddler class

  52. Laurie Raulerson says:

    Do you have a picture to add to the picture schedule of a common yoga pose like downward facing dog? I am an occupational therapist. I love your visual schedules and some of my patient’s could benefit from a card for yoga time. Thank you so much for sharing!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I don’t have that picture, but I will ask my clip artist to create one. That’s a great idea!

  53. Jenelle Aldrich says:

    Do I just need to put in my email and this will get emailed to me? I would love to use this will my kiddos at school as well as share it with my sister for my niece and nephew.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Yes, just put your email in and it will be emailed to you!

  54. Jenelle Aldrich says:

    I am so excited to use theses with my kids at school! As well as share it with my sister for her own two kiddos at home.

  55. These are so bright and cheerful. I wish learning would have been so much fun when I was young

  56. Stephanie Lane-Baker says:

    These look wonderful for my toddler classroom. Please send link to my e-mail for the download.

  57. I have been searching for hours for good, clear, simple free pictures and these are perfect. Thanks so much.

  58. patty o'donnell says:

    I want to use this for my daughter, She has Cornelia de Lange Syndrome. She is 23 years old. Is 100% non verbal. but she CAN recognize photos and will touch or tap pics of what she wants. been in search of images that are uniform and easily recognizable. not too abstract. these look just right. so eager to try them with her.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Oh I am thrilled to hear this! I hope they work wonderfully for her!

  59. Awesome idea! I have a 7 year old this will help tremendously, since she likes to “drag her feet” when we need to hustle. Surprisingly, this may actually help my 15 yr old w/ Asperger’s, too. She still has trouble prioritizing what needs to get done every day to be on time for school and things.

    Thank you!!!

  60. Mary Nasieku says:

    This is wonderful, I wil use it during assessment of children with special needs

  61. Kim Cawthern says:

    Anxious to try these with my almost 3 year old autistic granddaughter.

  62. I need the apple schedule holder !! How and where can I order ???

  63. How can I print the schedule?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      After you enter your email address, you will get an email with the PDF. Then you can download it and print it.

  64. These are great! I canโ€™t wait to use them with my twin 4 year olds and my 2 year old. Our summer schedule has been hectic and Iโ€™m hoping this helps us get into a routine

  65. I am going to use these with my 4 year old who needs a lot of prompting to get ready in the morning.

  66. Thank for your ideas. They แบฃe really useful for teaching children.

  67. Kristina Gilchrist says:

    These ideas look great!

  68. Andew Fox says:

    They look amazing, but my only question is how do I can print them?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Once you put your email address in, you will be sent the file to print. It is a PDF, so you can open it up and just print it.

      1. Hi! Love these! What paper is best to print on? Card stock? And do you laminate?

        1. Angela Thayer says:

          Thank you! I like printing these on card stock and then laminating to make them last longer.

  69. Mary Marzulli says:

    I am an early intervention teacher and have a child with severe anxiety. I am going to use this to help him understand what is going to happen during the day.
    Thanks for sharing this, it’s way cuter than anything else that I have seen!

  70. Lily Egan says:

    My English language learners in Catalunia!

    1. Karena Roodt says:

      Hi. I really excited to use this with my almost three daughter who can go to a daycare because she is sick. So I am trying to do stuff with her at home.

  71. Printing these to use with my grandsons. One of my grandsons is autistic and I like the clarity of these pictures. Thank you for this brilliant idea.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I am so happy to hear this! Thanks for sharing and I hope this is a big help to you!

  72. Where can I get the apple chart? Would be great for our classroom!

  73. I’m excited to print these for my three year old!! I think she will like knowing the schedule and we will work on her telling me what’s next ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks so much for these!!!

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