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Visual Timetable Display with Clocks

Visual Timetable Display with Clocks

About This Primary Resource

This resource consists of three components

1) A collection of 96 visual timetable cards depicting activities common to early years settings and primary schools.

2) A collection of clock cards, showing the time in increments of 15 minutes.

3) Display posters with space to put the visual timetable cards alongside a clock card to indicate the time at which a particular activity will take place.

It's a very useful resource to help familiarise children with the structure of their school day.

Please note, we have many other related resources including a visual timetable with editable text and some Daily Activity Cards in our visual timetable section.

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