More Packing Clipart

Based on customer requests I’ve added 13 new pictures to the Packing List Activity so your kids can help pack their own bags on your next trip. Once you make your own list you can print print it or use it from your phone. Let me know if there are more pictures I should add!


You can also try some free packing lists!

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Customer Spotlight: Homework Tracker

Heidi from Virginia contacted me last week to show me the homework tracker she created for her daughter.  Heidi has been a customer for many years, and has sent me a lot of good suggestions over the years. I thought this homework tracker was a very creative way to use The Trip Clip® and thought others might find it helpful too.


Here are Heidi’s words about what she created:

“I have been a member for YEARS now…. started when my ADHD/Autistic/gifted boy was young, and now he’s old, and now using this with my ADHD/Autistic/Gifted girl to try to get her homework in order.  [This] is a listing of my daughters ODD day and EVEN day schedules, with a space under each subject for her to write her homework in. Going to try this instead of the agenda the school gave her…. it may be less overwhelming.”

— Heidi

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Free List: School Day Checklist

Kids with Anxiety, ADHD, and Autism can find it very comforting and helpful to have a clear checklist telling them what is coming next. This picture checklist from The Trip Clip® makes sure they know what the expectations are when they arrive at school in the morning, and can help them stay focused and on track.

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This list can help special needs kids remember what they need to do when they arrive at school each day. These kind of detailed picture checklists are a great way to help kids stay independent but still do all the things that are expected of them.

There are lots of different ways you can use this depending on your child’s needs:

  • You can print this list and hang it inside a locker or cubby as a visual reminder for your child.
  • You can laminate it and use it with a dry erase marker.  I like these markers that are small and have an eraser built in.
  • You can also use The Trip Clip® to easily turn this into a VELCRO list with moving parts, and the ability to change the pictures and text as needed for different days of the week, or for special days that have an altered schedule (assemblies, art lesson days, substitute teachers, etc).

Click here to buy the School Schedule checklist maker.

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New Picture Checklists Bundle

I now offer a Picture Checklists bundle! It gives you unlimited access to more than 1000 clipart images to use with the 12 list-making activities on The Trip Clip website. Make a morning routine, a chore chart, a bedtime routine, an after school checklist, a grocery list, a magnetic checklist, a cleaning checklist, a lunch box packing checklist, a school schedule, personal care checklists, and a school supplies shopping list!


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Free List: How To Brush Your Teeth

In my continuing series offering tools for kids with ADHD, Anxiety, and Autism, here is a free list explaining how to brush your teeth. These kind of visual schedules are great for breaking down the steps for kids to learn new skills, and also as reminders to reinforce the lessons.

You can learn more about creating and using visual schedules here and here.


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NEW Personal Care Clipart

I added a bunch of new images to the Personal Care checklist to help parents make a “How to take a shower” checklist, including body parts (something many customers have requested).  Take a look and let me know if there are other images you need!


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Free List: How To Take a Shower

My goal for 2020 is to provide more clipart and lists to help families of kids with Autism, Anxiety, and ADHD. I’ve had a lot of people ask me to add clipart for “How To Take a Shower”, so here it is!  You can print this list or use it as is on a mobile device, or you can edit it as it needed to make it just right for your family.


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