Author Archives: thetripclip
Mornings may look different for a lot of kids who are returning to online or partially online school this fall. Having a morning routine that helps transition kids from ‘home mode’ to ‘school mode’ may be more important than ever. … Continue reading
For special needs kids, a visual schedule, or a social story, can be a good way to help them understand what’s coming and what’s expected of them. Here is a social story for going to a birthday party. You can … Continue reading
I continue to get lots of great suggestions for more clipart – this week I’ve added some images to the School Schedule activity.
A teacher in Texas contacted me this week about making a set of Animal BINGO boards for her students. I thought that was a great idea, so I made it easier by adding an animal filter to my bingo board … Continue reading
There are learning opportunities even in mundane tasks like going to the grocery store. Click through to find suggestions for how to use the grocery trip as a teaching opportunity, as well as free printables to keep it fun!
Continuing my 2020 theme of supporting special needs families, I added some clipart to the social skills activity and created this visual support to help kids learn about how to interrupt. You can print it for free! Or make your … Continue reading
Over the years I’ve had a few school districts contact me about bulk discounts, so I decided to put an official policy in place. If you are a teacher or connected with a school, you can get a 75% discount … Continue reading
Every summer I try a new chores system for our family – some with more success than others! Here is this year’s: My kids are 13 and 17 now, and I find that each year they need a new system … Continue reading
I finally made a version of the weekly chart with the days across the top! Give it a try and let me know what you think.