A visual schedule can be a great way to teach a new skill. My niece used this list to learn how to pack her own lunch for school every day. You can edit print it as is, or edit it to make it right for your family.
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 print it or use it on a mobile device!
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 own.
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 a portable checklist at school.
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 for free 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 how to have a conversation, how to order at a restaurant, and how to behave … Continue reading New Activity: Social Skills
Today I added the ability to turn the pictures from any list into Picture Clips. Picture Clips are individual picture squares that can be used to make an interactive magnetic or a VELCRO checklist. My primary goal was to make it possible to create a VELCRO/portable school schedule for special needs kids, though now that … Continue reading Picture Clips