It has been about a week since our lives drastically changed.
Without much notice, many of you found yourself thrust into working from home, while simultaneously homeschooling your children. Like others, I assume you feel pulled in two directions. Families everywhere are in a similar position, trying to conduct Zoom meetings and meet deadlines while also trying to keep their little humans happy and safe.
Last week, you may have even tried to institute a visual schedule.
While it is important to have a daily schedule and routine, the complexity can vary from family to family. As you can see in the image below, I tried to include a variety of options, activity suggestions, and examples for alternating preferred and non-preferred tasks.
But, a detailed schedule often requires management from an adult, especially for young children. That’s why I created a NEW free visual resource for you.
Availability Cards provide you with two visual options that signal when attention is/is not available.
While you work, the RED card provides your children with a list of alternative activities that they can do while they wait. Then, when you are ready for a break, flip to the GREEN card, signaling that you are available.
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