Work with your little one to create your visual timetable at home, explaining all the while what you will be using it for and answering any questions they may have.
Display the visual timetable at your child’s level and keep it in the same place every day, so your child knows where to access it.
The visual timetable is best for children over 3 years old. For children under the age of two, a now and then board can be used in the same way to give them a more general idea of the routine, covering larger areas of time, such as breakfast, playtime, lunch, nap time, outside play, dinner time, then bedtime.
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