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A visual reminder in the classroom for special needs kids can help them remember all the expectations at school. You can print this or edit it!
I received some good feedback from teachers about my discount for schools, and have made some small changes as a result. Individual teachers can now get 30% off Schools can get 75% off with a purchase of 5 or more … Continue reading
One surprising impact of the Coronavirus at my house is how many more reminders my middle schooler seems to need now. Although he used to be pretty self-sufficient, the combination of staying at home for 6 months, having no scheduled … Continue reading
You can make a hook & loop morning routine checklist in Spanish, or any language you want! The Trip Clip website makes it easy because you can edit the text next to any picture. Print it for free here
I’ve added more clipart to the Lunch Box Checklist. This is a great tool to help your kids make a healthy lunch – whether they’re taking it to school, or eating lunch at home! You can try this for free, … Continue reading
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.
I continue to get lots of great requests for images to add to the School Schedule activity. Below are the latest additions. You can see the full collection here!
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
This Monday I’m offering a free lunch box packing list. This works great for kids who are packing lunch to take to school, and for ones who are doing online school at home! I plan to prepare some fruits and … Continue reading
Another Monday, another free (and fun!) activity from The Trip Clip. Secret Message Puzzles are great for teaching problem solving that helps in math, science, and computer programming. And they’re super fun, too! You can even write your own secret message … Continue reading