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{SET FOR SCHOOL} {GO VISUAL} Starting to think about how the week will run once your child has started back at school? Wondering how your child is going to remember what is on each day and what they need to take, what uniform they need to wear? Visual schedule to assist children with reducing anxiety, assisting with organization and anticipation. This could be as simple as a written list, a calendar, a blackboard or you could set up a visual schedule. Many children prefer things to stay the same, especially their routines. The use of visual supports, specifically visual timetables and schedules, can decrease anxiety and increase understanding in children. When children prefer routine and same-ness they can become anxious when they do not know what is going to happen or what to expect throughout the day. Timetables and schedules can provide structure and information about what is going to happen, allay fears and uncertainties, and allow the child to participate more fully throughout the day. Check out my TeachersPayTeachers store to check out my weekly schedule for children at school.