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I’ve added more clipart to the bedtime routine list based on customer feedback. See the full collection and make your own list here!
I’ve been working hard to bring a new Trip Clip product to market – Hook & Loop Checklists! These are for when you don’t have a magnetic surface available, and they are especially good for kids who would benefit from … Continue reading
I’ve added more clipart and 2 new free lists to the Social Skills activity to help teach how to have a conversation. What other social skills clipart or visual supports would be helpful to you? You can print these lists … Continue reading
I borrowed this idea from Affinity Consulting. These are great reminders of what’s important, and I also love the focus on reminding parents to show themselves some grace too. You can print it here for free.
I’ve received a lot of good suggestions for items to add to the Chore Chart activity – here are 18 new options to choose from! See the full collection here.
For kids or people with special needs, a visual schedule can be a very helpful of the social distancing behaviors needed during the coronavirus. You can print this guide for free.
A great reminder for young kids, kids with special needs, and even a few adults! You can print this or use it on a mobile device for free.
Here’s a free visual support for how to take a walk and practice social distancing: You can find other visual supports on the The Trip Clip website.
I’ve added a new activity to The Trip Clip website: Social Skills. My original plan (from a previous era) was to spend the next few months adding clipart to help make tools for special needs kids to learn things like … Continue reading