Printable Magnetic or Hook & Loop School Schedule Chart

I’m selling a new bundle on Teachers Pay Teachers that includes all the printable items you need to make a magnetic or hook & loop school schedule chart for your classroom or home school.

You can get it here.

This packet includes:

  • 20 printable picture clips (big and small so you can choose which to use)
  • A 7×10 To Do / Done board with placement markers (lined up for small picture clips)
  • A 7×10 To Do / Done board without placement markers (for a cleaner look)

Directions For Making a Magnetic Chart

  1. Print out the pages you want to use
  2. Trim the edges of the To Do / Done board to 7.5 x 10
  3. Affix the picture clips (big or small) onto adhesive magnet paper
  4. Cut apart your 20 magnets
  5. Use magnets to hang the To Do / Done board on any magnetic surface – a cookie sheet will work
  6. Arrange the magnets on the To Do / Done board

You can also get all of these pieces pre-made from The Trip Clip

Directions For Making a Hook & Loop Chart

  1. Print out the pages you want to use
  2. Laminate the pages
  3. Trim the edges of the To Do / Done board to 7.5 x 10
  4. Cut apart your 20 picture clips
  5. Put scratchy hook & loop pieces on the left and right sides of the To Do / Done board
  6. Put soft hook & loop pieces on the back of each picture clip
  7. Arrange the the picture clips on the To Do / Done board

You can also get all of these pieces pre-made from The Trip Clip

The 20 pictures include:

  • Math
  • Science
  • Reading
  • Social Studies
  • Writing
  • Handwriting
  • Spelling
  • PE
  • Art
  • Music
  • Bible study
  • Library
  • Recess
  • Lunch
  • Snack time
  • Bathroom break
  • Breakfast
  • Hang up coat
  • Pack up
  • Get on the bus

If you want to use different colors, add more clipart, or change the wording on any of these, you can do that by purchasing the School Schedule activity from The Trip Clip.

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