Christmas/New Year Expansion Pack (Weekly Planner)
Christmas can be a very special time of year. It can also be extremely stressful. This Christmas-themed Expansion Pack is perfect to bring a sense of routine to the festive period.
Christmas is a great time of year – full of fun and festivities. However, for someone on the autistic spectrum, it can also be a period of increased stress and anxiety.
Whilst Christmas can bring a welcome change of pace and routine for many people, it can also be extremely stressful to have your day-to-day routine disrupted, and not know what is going to happen from one day to the next.
This Expansion Pack is designed to be used with our Weekly Planner, and increase its flexibility to make it perfect to make a Christmas schedule.
This expansion pack consists of 24 x 4.5cm blank plastic symbols (the same as you get with our regular products), plus 24 plastic pre-printed images and sufficient loop velcro circles for all 24 of the symbols.
The images are printed onto self adhesive plastic film, which has been pre-scored into the correct size and shape for the blank plastic symbols.
Additional images can be created on the 2 blank symbols included, by simply drawing an image onto the plastic film with permanent pen.
Simply peel the required plastic self adhesive images from the backing paper and place them onto your blank symbols – they are ready to use in just a few minutes.
The symbols and labels are both made from plastic. This, combined with the use of permanent adhesive on the images, means that the symbols are very durable – they will stand up to much more use than simple laminated paper/card.
All corners are rounded to reduce the likelihood of scratches.
24 symbols included:
open presents, decorations up, decorations down, decorate tree, turkey dinner, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve, fireworks, lights switch on, nativity, carol concert, baking, 3 x family, 2 x friend, 3 x home, 2 x trip, television
This product is not a toy. Only for use by persons over 3 years of age, and under direct supervision by a responsible adult.