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.
You can access a printable PDF version of these cards by CLICKING HERE, via my Resource Library, or on TPT.
Can’t find your Resource Library password? CLICK HERE for access.
Inna Izman says
THANK YOU FOR SHARING THIS SIMPLE BUT SOOOOO NEEDED RESOURCES!