Category Archives: Special Needs

How To Have a Conversation & Interrupt Politely

I’ve created a number of checklists about how to have a conversation as well as how to interrupt politely. These may be helpful reminders for kids as we enter the holiday season and spend lots of time socializing! You can … Continue reading

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Making Good Choices

A visual chart can be a great way to reinforce positive behaviors. You can make a printed or mobile chart to track anything you need! Try this one for free!

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New Feature! Upload Your Own Pictures

I’m very excited to announce a new feature: You can now upload your own images to use in your picture checklists! Many customers have asked for this so they can make the lists more specific to their child. Give it … Continue reading

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Hook & Loop Chore Chart

A hook and loop chore chart is a great way to set up rotating chores for your kids. This bundle comes with a laminated To Do / Done board, 20 pre-printed chores, and everything you need to print up to … Continue reading

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Going to the Doctor

For some kids, including many special needs kids, anxiety around going to the doctor can be reduced by knowing exactly what is going to happen and when. This sort of visual schedule can help kids ‘see’ their visit, and see … Continue reading

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Make Your Own First-Then Boards

You can easily make a First-Then boards using The Trip Clip. A First-Then board is a visual support that works well for kids with Autism. You can click here to learn about how First-Then Boards work. I made these boards … Continue reading

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How To Make Your Bed

For kids who need very specific instructions to learn a task, or remember how to do it, a visual checklist is a great tool! You can print this as is for free, or sign up on The Trip Clip website … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Magnetic School Schedule

The Trip Clip website makes it easy to set up a magnet (or hook and loop) school schedule that is customized for your kids. This is especially helpful for kids who need to be able to visualize their schedule and … Continue reading

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Free Printable: Good Choices Chart

A visual chart can be a great way to help reinforce positive behaviors. You can try this chart as is for free, or use TheTripClip.com to edit it and make it just right for your family.

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2 Back to School Lists

Here are 2 back to school lists that are great for kids who need to be able to see and feel their progress through their list. The morning routine list is magnetic – you can hang it on your fridge … Continue reading

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