Visual Supports Make your own special needs checklists - how to shower, school schedule, morning routine, birthday party
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Girl in red grocery cart holding printed picture grocery list

Clip It

kid-sized clipboard or phone with lots of different picture checklists

Magnetize It

20 morning routine magnets with pictures and a magnetic to do / done board

Stick It

White hook and loop To Do / Done Board with Sophia in green at the top

Laminate It

Morning routine picture checklist in a plastic sleeve with dry erase marker

Frame It

Bedtime routine picture checklist in a 5x7 plastic frame with dry erase marker
Make your own special needs checklists - how to shower, school schedule, hook & loop morning routine

Picture checklist showing the steps for social distancing

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4 quotes from customers who used The Trip Clip with their special needs kids

Announcing my theme for 2020: special needs families! All year I will be adding clipart to The Trip Clip to make it easier to create visual supports for common tasks. Visual supports (and more specifically visual schedules) can help establish a routine.  Kids with ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, and other special needs will find it comforting to know exactly what's coming next. Visual schedules can also be used to teach a new skill by breaking it down into smaller steps and helping your child stay focused all the way through the task while they learn the right way to do it.

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

And here are some visual schedules you can try for free right now!

Daily Routines

Social Skills

Personal Care

Social Distancing

Hook & Loop Boards

Kids with Special Needs often do very well with hook & loop boards that can be easily changed to match the current circumstances

  • A hook & loop board is a great way to set up a visual support for a special needs child. This board can be fully customized to work in any situation.

  • A First-Then board is a visual support that works well for kids with Autism. Learn More.

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