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Here we have an imagery reward chart for the little angel in your life! This chart is the perfect visual aid for those pre-school children, toddlers or children with SEN, ASD, ADHD, GDD or need that visual aid as oppose to wording on their charts.
Your childs daily tasks and routines are listed on the board, Just use the pen to mark off the completed tasks each day. This enables your child to physically see what he has completed that day and what he has left to do.
Children of all ages and abilities need direction and reminding of their expectations and this will act as that daily reminder.
We can add your child's name if you prefer their name instead of 'What I need to do today'
You will receive their task list exactly how you see it in the pictures. It will be sized at 8 x 10 inches and framed. This means it can be left freestanding on a shelf or hung on a wall.
You will also receive a dry wipe pen to mark off the completed tasks
The printed reward Chart insert is designed in house and printed to the highest of standards in your chosen colour. Our Special Dry Wipe board has been specially designed for its purpose. To allow for a custom planner or chalkboard at an affordable price our dry wipe boards have been designed clear. It is also non-porous meaning the board won't stain or ghost over time, like normal whiteboards do. Additionally, The way our dry erase boards are designed is that the inserts are interchangeable. Need a new planner? Or changed colours of the room, Simply replace the insert like you would a picture frame. Never buy a whiteboard again!
The Planner is then Framed, behind your clear dry wipe board, ready to use whichever way you wish.
Any questions, ideas or adaptations you would like to make feel free to send me a message.
If this wasn't quite what you were looking for I do offer a variety of Reward chart options which can all be found here https://www.etsy.com/shop/OliHarriCreations?section_id=16807316&ref=shopsection_leftnav_6
If this wasn't quite what you were looking for I do offer a variety of Reward chart options which can all be found here https://www.etsy.com/shop/OliHarriCreations?section_id=16807316&ref=shopsection_leftnav_6 Any questions, ideas or adaptations you would like to make feel free to send me a message.
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