Welcome back to another Freebie Friday! In keeping with my theme of free printables for autistic children, this week’s pack focuses on making appropriate clothing choices. This pack can be used for any individual (non-verbal, pre-reader, autism, etc.) who made need a little bit of help in this area. This pack, “What to wear today?” is designed to help your child become more independent.
You can also use this pack for a preschooler or toddler who may want to start dressing themselves. You could also use this pack for a calendar of sorts or for a morning circle.
This pack includes:
– Weather chart pages (When the weather is… I wear…) which feature a typical weather scenario (sunny, snowing, rain) and four empty choice spots for your child to decide what to wear (or to help guide them in making a correct decision). I may update this one in the future with more weather choices but we’ll see! If there is an immediate need for it, please do let me know.
– Clothing choices (ranging from long sleeved t-shirts to short sleeved t-shirts, snow pants to bathing suits and a few shoe selections as well)
This pack was meant to be gender neutral but some of the clothing choices are definitely more female or male oriented.
I would recommend that you print everything on card stock and laminate for longer lasting use. You can print in black and white or color, the choice is really up to you!
Create Visual Schedules and Set Up Routines with Ease
Routines are at the tip of your fingers with the Visual Schedule Toolkit.
I have included a variation of this in My Personal Schedule – which is a paid product. If you have already purchased that pack prior to learning about this one, please let me know. I will be happy to integrate the cards from this pack fully into the Personal Schedule at no additional cost.
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Great resources for those with autistic children! I used to work in a facility with them and we were always looking for new ways to communicate and understand needs 🙂 this would’ve been fabulous!