Saturday, December 15, 2018

Free Printable Winter Visual Routine Chart for Kids

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Tips and resources to helps autism families navigate the holiday season

Build strong winter routines and independence with this free printable visual routine chart for kids!

When my son was in kindergarten, he really struggled to get himself ready for recess time during the winter. I wrote him a super simple getting dressed for winter one page social story and hung it in his locker. It worked really well considering how ridiculously simple it was.

I decided to spice up that simple little story and turn it into a visual routine chart checklist in case others are encountering the same issues transitioning into wearing winter gear.

Free printable winter visual routine chart for kids

How to Use this Visual Winter Routine Chart

Here's what you'll need to use your morning routine chart:

This visual routine chart was designed for autistic, ADHD, and/or hyperlexic kids who benefit from using visual schedules and routines. Simply print, laminate, and hang somewhere that makes sense. That may be by your door or in your child's locker at school.

The kids will enjoy checking off the items on their list with the dry erase marker. They don't have to go in the exact order list, which is why they are no numbers on this chart. Instead, it's more like a checklist. Then simply wipe it clean before the next use.

Download the Winter Clothes Visual Routine Chart for Kids

This free printable routine chart has five different colored options (white, blue, pink, yellow, and green) so that you can pick the one that fits your family and your child. Simply print the page you need as there is no need to print all five pages.

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