*Visual Schedule Planner
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Coordinate the family’s schedules with supreme balance and visual appeal. An innovative adhesive allows the weekly organizer pad to stick to a range of surfaces, from stainless steel and tile to finished wood and bathroom mirrors. Easy to clean and reuse, it will maximize organizational space without leaving any residue behind. Pen and holder not included1...
Visual Schedules - Behavior Tools for Kids
The Weekly Manager visual schedule is a great way to introduce chores and remind kids what activities are on what days of the week. The board is magnetic on both sides so all unused magnets can easily be stored on the back. All surfaces are dry erase. Starting at $14.99
Aida Reminder Lite with Voice Reminders ($0.00) Aida Reminder lets you create reminders very easily and quickly. Recurring reminders are fully supported, you can set hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reminders, or even days of the week or month. It also has a wake-up alarm with custom snooze time. Don't miss those important events ever again!
Niki Agenda ($3.99) a daily/weekly calendar for children, teen-agers and adults needing visual organization of their days. Provides 2 modes for scheduling activities (daily or weekly), and the day is divided into three times (morning, afternoon and evening). Each activity can be marked with a symbol indicating its state (completed, canceled, next) or type (preferred, timed, rewarded). Incl. symbols can be completed or replaced with own pictures and photos.
Weekly Schedule using laminated PECS pics (you can find many free online!), Velcro, and poster board. I did this when my son was younger, so he could see all the things we would do that day- make up whatever they do on a daily basis, and then make up fun ones. (Use Grandma's picture for "Go see Grandma"). Created pouch on top to put up pics not in use.