KS1 Visual Timetable – Colour Version

KS1 Visual Timetable – Colour Version

A KS1 visual timetable is a schedule or plan for the day that is presented in a visual format, such as pictures or illustrations, rather than just text. It is typically used in primary schools for children in Key Stage 1 (ages 5 to 7), as it can help them understand and manage their daily routine. The visual aspect of the timetable can make it easier for children to understand and remember what activities they will be doing throughout the day.

KS1 visual timetable resources

Stand out from the crowd with our KS1 Visual Timetable -Full Colour Version. Print, laminate and put on display for children to refer to throughout the day. KS1 visual timetables can be beneficial in several ways, as they help children understand their daily routine. A KS1visual timetable can make it clear to children what activities they will be doing throughout the day, and in what order, as well as helping them understand and manage their day better. KS1 visual timetable are also great for helping children understand the day’s events independently, in order to help them become more self-sufficient. In addition, children with SEND, for example Autism, can find visual timetables particularly helpful, as the visual nature of the timetable helps make it easier for them to understand.

Overall, a KS1 visual timetable can be a useful tool for helping children understand and manage their day, promoting independence and making transitions easier.

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