Schedule Board Kit


Our Large Schedule Board Kit is perfect for hanging on the wall in a central location to visually display the sequence of activities in a learner’s day. With hook or loop fastener for easy addition and removal of laminated pictures, the schedule board kit also includes boards and cards for teaching choice making.

Pictures NOT included, see Schedule Board Pictures for pre-laminated schedule pictures.


Add pictures and our popular, easy-to-use Schedule Board Kit has everything you will need to create a learner’s schedule!

The 1029mm x 152mm durable schedule board includes:

  • All the hook (rough) and loop (soft) fasteners you’ll need to set up the schedule board, choice boards and choice cards.
  • A “Current Activity” section at the top and a roomy “finished” box at the bottom,
  • Two 121mm X 59mm choice cards that correspond with the two 279mm X 216mm colour-coded Activity “choice” Boards.
  • Also included are detailed directions on the Pyramid Approach to teaching picture-based direction following and using a schedule.

Activity Boards and choice cards may vary in colour. Pictures sold separately.

Purchase our pre-laminated Schedule Pictures to quickly and easily set up your schedule board kit.


Additional information

Weight N/A

Yellow, Red, Blue, Purple, Orange, Green


Loop, Hook

What is hook and loop?

Hook and Loop Fastener is the generic name for what most of us refer to as Velcro. Hook is the hard/prickly side of the fastener and loop is the soft/fluffy side of the fastener.

When ordering our products we give the option to choose which side of the fastener you would like on your PECS books and pages, and which side you’d like on your pictures.

We typically suggest ordering hook for your books and pages, and loop for your pictures.

Please Note: Most organisations (schools, early intervention centres, clinics) have a specific rule they follow regarding which side of the fastener to use on pictures and books/pages.

If your child is attending an organisation where they will be using PECS, check with them regarding the hook and loop rule they follow prior to ordering.

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