Holiday Schedule

It’s the half way mark for school holidays here in Victoria, and it can be a difficult time for kids who rely on the structure and routines of school to understand what is happening in their day.

To help kids understand what’s going to happen each day, you could use a visual schedule. I’ve made some pictures using the Boardmaker software to go with some of the activities we often do with kids during the holidays. Print them out, laminate them and pop some Blu-tak on the back, and stick them up on a wall at home. Then use them to talk with your child about what you’ll be doing during the day. You can also use them at the end of the day to chat about what you did earlier!

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Visual Schedule

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