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Visual Daily Timetable - Landscape - V1


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Free | 38 pages (PDF, Word)|Grades: F - 7

Over one hundred general classroom activity cards to use as a visual timetable.

Custom Label Creator: Due to the high number of requests to modify this resource, we have developed a Label Creator. We have also added a Word version that can be edited. Please feel free to create your own labels here →

Print out these Visual Daily Timetable cards and stick them on your board as a visual reminder for your students about the daily schedule.

Also provided is a Word version so you can change the names of subjects and activities for your individual needs. Ultimate members can click the arrow next to the download button to download and edit the Word version.

Use the Analogue and Digital Clock Cards to provide specific times for activities.

Topics on the cards include:

English, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Science and Technology, Religion, Computers, Library, Sport, PDHPE, Health, Fitness, Social Studies, SOSE, Geography, Excursion, History, Creative Arts, Drama, Music, Visual Arts, LOTE, Indonesian, Japanese, Italian, Sports Day, Recess, Lunch, Home Time, Fruit Break, Pack Up, Church, Mass, Homework, Prayer, Parade, Silent Reading, Art, Clean Up, Assembly, Dictation, Class Novel, Comprehension, Creative Writing, R2L, Debating, Reading Groups, Literacy Groups, Free Time, Handwriting, Grammar, Swimming, Maths Games, Jolly Phonics, iPads, News, Talk Time, Relief Teacher, Show and Tell, Quiet Reading, Test, Testing, Spelling, Writing, Class Meeting, Computing, Cooking, Editing Skills, Punctuation, Sunday, This month is, Today is, Yesterday was, Last month was, Autumn, Summer, Winter, Spring  This season is, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, Inquiry, Assembly, Guided Reading, Circle Time, PE, Bible Studies, Chapel, Scripture, HASS, Integrated Studies, Literacy, Praise and Worship, Special Event, Checking Homework, Breakfast Club, Morning Routine, Design and Technology, Daily Schedule, Board Games, Afternoon Recess, Laptops, Personal Development, Manual Arts, Goals, French, Class Discussion, Viewing, Social Skills, Literacy Games, Bike Riding

Blank cards are also provided at the end for any specific activities for your classroom.

Find version 2 of this resource here: 

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Looks great – thank you!

Leonie Hope · Feb 12th, 2020

Hey Leonie, thank you for taking the time to share your lovely feedback.

Royce (Teach Starter) · Feb 13th, 2020

I use this resource to set my kiddos up for the day. It’s only been one week and they have been referring to it every day throughout the day

Monique McGuire · Feb 2nd, 2020

I’m so glad your students are finding the visual timetable helpful, Monique. Thank you for sharing this feedback with us!

Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Feb 3rd, 2020

I’m loving this resource. Really helps to let students know what’s coming up next.

Alesha · Jan 22nd, 2020

Hey Alesha, thank you so much for taking the time to share your positive feedback. It is always great to hear how out subscribers are going with out resources and how they can help.

Royce (Teach Starter) · Jan 23rd, 2020

Hi!
Love this resource but am wondering if there is any chance you would consider changing the illustrations to reflect a greater diversity of children? I notice the characters are very predominantly white and does not accurately reflect the true diversity of a classroom. It is important for all children to ‘see’ themselves in the classroom environment and little things like this can go a long way.

Hayley Rider · Jan 14th, 2020

Hi Hayley
Thank you for your suggestion. We’re currently refreshing this resource to reflect greater diversity and will let you know when the new version is ready.
Cheers
Janeen

Janeen · Jan 15th, 2020

Hi Hayley. We have updated this resource and have also added a second version to the website, which can be found here: https://www.teachstarter.com/au/teaching-resource/visual-daily-timetable-portrait-v2/

Jill (Teach Starter) · Feb 8th, 2020

Hi,
Is there any way to customise the analogue and digital clock resource?
The session times where I work aren’t all to the hour or half hour.

Thank you

Richelle Strachan · Jan 12th, 2020

Hi Richelle,

At the moment, we have a blank, timetable flash-card for teachers to add their preferred times. If you have an idea for something else that we could do or add to the resource, please feel free to let us know or make a change request in the tab next to ‘Comments and Reviews.’

Thank you!

Paul (Teach Starter) · Jan 13th, 2020

I agree with Richelle, see the change request. 🙂

Gavin Morrow · Feb 8th, 2020

I’m finding some difficulty – when I’m customising the labels, and save as a PDF to print (because Word printing isn’t doing what I want it to do), the pictures on the customised label show a white box going over the border, or when I shrink them into the dimensions of the border, the images turn to a black background once in PDF mode. It’s very frustrating that I cannot print what I’m setting out to do.

Benjamin Angus · Feb 25th, 2019

Hi Benjamin,
How are you customising the labels? The only version we have available to customise these is the Microsoft Word version.
We would be happy to help once we can work out the process you are undertaking for customising.

Kristian · Feb 27th, 2019

In Word, I’m writing in the label I’d like in place, e.g. Spelling is changed to Spelling Mastery. I’m also changing the font to Foundation NSW to go with the rest of my labels from previous years. When it’s converting to a PDF (saving from Word), the image goes over the border of the label. It happens on unedited labels as well.

Benjamin Angus · Feb 27th, 2019

Any update on a solution? I’d love to be able to have this resource up in my room, but it’s still not working correctly.

Benjamin Angus · Mar 10th, 2019

Hi Benjamin. I have just sent you an email so we can work on a solution to the formatting error together. 🙂

Jill (Teach Starter) · Mar 11th, 2019

Hi Benjamin, was this ever resolved for you? I know it was ages ago, but just thought I’d check in!

Scott (Teach Starter) · Jan 10th, 2020

Thankyou for this resource. Is there a way I can print this in Portrait mode rather than Landscape?

Thankyou,
Sharni

Sharni Geary · Feb 1st, 2019

Hi Sharni,
You might like to try printing two pages to one by using your printer dialogue. This would enable you to combine two pages and get 6-to-a-page labels in portrait!
If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kristian · Feb 11th, 2019

Thank you for these, can’t wait to print them. My senior students love knowing what’s coming up in their day and it saves me answering the question “What are we doing today?next?after recess? after lunch?
The only other feedback I’d offer is that the seasons need to have capital letters as they are proper nouns.
Thanks for all your work, it’s much appreciated!

· Jan 13th, 2019

Hi there Karen,
Thank you for your lovely comment. I am so glad you are enjoying our resources.
We debated the ‘seasons’ issue hotly here at Teach Starter and after research, we have concluded that the seasons are common nouns unless they form part of a name. There is an interesting Grammarly article on this here:
https://www.grammarly.com/blog/are-seasons-capitalized/
If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kristian · Jan 16th, 2019

This is such a great resource! I love how you are able to customise the labels as well.

Emma · Dec 20th, 2018

Thank you for the positive feedback, Emma! I’m so glad you are enjoying the ability to customise your resources.

Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Dec 21st, 2018

Thank you once again for a lovely, handy time saver 😉

Zuriette Du Plessis · Jul 22nd, 2018

Thanks for your positive feedback Zuriette.
Have an awesome day.

Alison Smith · Jul 24th, 2018

Hi,

I was just wondering if there was anyway to keep the default font for these when downloading them as a Word Document – they change to a different font which uses the lowercase ‘a’ I am trying to steer my students away from.

Alternatively do you know what the font is called in word that you use as the ‘default font’?

Thanks,
Dana 🙂

Dana Delgado · May 23rd, 2018

Hi Dana,

Unfortunately, the school fonts we use are protected by a license and they cannot be embedded in Word Documents. For your particular state font, you may need to purchase the official font from another site. Your default school font for downloads from our site is determined by the state you have registered on Teach Starter with. Alternatively, we use Sassoon as our Australia wide default font and this is becoming very popular among Australian teachers and classrooms.

I hope this helps, if there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kristian · May 24th, 2018

Hi,
I would love to use these but would like them in Portrait, rather than landscape. Is it possible to get a download with them in portrait?

Thank you
Sarah

Sarah Conway · Nov 28th, 2017

Hi Sarah,
Thank you for your suggestion.
Please feel free to request a portrait version of this resource using our Request a Resource Widget.
https://www.teachstarter.com/request-a-resource/
Kind regards,
Jill

Jill (Teach Starter) · Nov 29th, 2017

Thanks for making an editable version 🙂

Barbara O'Keeffe · Jul 2nd, 2017

You’re most welcome Barbara 🙂

Jill (Teach Starter) · Jul 3rd, 2017

Hi Jill,

I’m really disappointed that I can’t customise this resource any more. Last year I loved using this visual timetable and wanted to use it again this year. I customised my subject labels last year quite successfully and can reuse some of them for this year but some of my lesson names have changed this year so I wanted to be able to create some new labels to match the ones I’m reusing from last year. It’s very frustrating to have paid $108 and now discover that some of what I expected to be able to do is no longer available. Is there any way that you can re-instate the customisation facility on this resource? As for making your own labels in Studio – Studio is very slow and cumbersome and I avoid using it for this reason. I’ve tried using it on several computers but always with the same result. There doesn’t seem to be the range of borders etc.. on Studio either. Not happy Jan!
Regards,
Margot

Margot Vandersar · Feb 5th, 2017

Hi Margot, thank you for your comment. I can understand your frustration. Instead of using Studio, please feel free to use the label maker here: https://www.teachstarter.com/tools/label-creator/

Scott (Teach Starter) · Feb 5th, 2017

Hi. Really like to use this visual timetable and a previous comment by Jill says to click the ‘blue box’ next to download button. I can’t find anything like this. Is there anyway to open this document in the Studio to make/edit the current labels to suit my classroom? Thank you.

Previous comment by Jill… –>
“Please note that we are no longer making resource changes to this visual daily timetable. We have built a label creator so you can make whatever labels you like! If you click in the blue box at the top of this resource, near the download button, you can customise your own labels.”

Kate L'Huillier · Jan 21st, 2017

Hi Kate,
Thank you for your comment.
Due to the large number of cards in this resource, we were unable to keep it as a customisable resource. You can make any extra labels that you may need here using our label creator though https://www.teachstarter.com/tools/label-creator/
Kind regards
Jill

Jill (Teach Starter) · Jan 23rd, 2017

Is it possible to add a ‘dance’ one?

Danielle Nero · Jan 18th, 2017

Hi,

I love this visual timetable but was wondering if an editable one could be downloaded. When I change it to foundation font some labels like personal development go onto two lines and outside the rectangle. I would also love to be able to type into the blank rectangles provided.

Thank you!

Jessica · Dec 21st, 2016

In the make your own label options the Vic pre cursive is not the correct font, can this please be corrected? Thanks 🙂

Cassandra Van Schagen · Jan 24th, 2016

Hi Cassandra,

Apologies for not replying sooner. We must have missed your comment!

Can you please send through an example of the correct and incorrect font to [email protected] and we will look into this for you.

Kind regards
Jill

Jill (Teach Starter) · Feb 26th, 2016

I used these all of last year for my kindergarten class. I printed them much smaller, laminated them and then put magnetic tape on the back of them so that we could run through the day on the whiteboard. The kids love this resource!

Thank you!

Justine Byrne · Jan 6th, 2016

Thank you for your fantastic feedback Justine! It’s great to hear how our resources have helped in your classroom.

Kind regards,
Scott

Scott (Teach Starter) · Jan 6th, 2016

Excursion, English, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Science and Technology, Religion, Computers, Library, Sport, PDHPE, Health, Fitness, H.S.I.E, SOSE, Geography, History, Creative Arts, Drama, Music, Visual Arts, LOTE, Indonesian, Japanese, Italian, Sports Day, Recess, Lunch, Home time, Fruit Break, Pack up, Church, Mass, Homework, Prayer, Parade, Silent Reading, Art, Clean up, Assembly, Dictation, Class Novel, Comprehension, Creative Writing, R2L, Debating, Reading Groups, Literacy Groups, Free Time, Handwriting, Grammar, Swimming, Maths Games, Jolly Phonics, iPads, News, Talk time, Relief Teacher, Show and Tell, Quiet Reading, Test, Testing, Spelling, Writing, Class Meeting, Computing, Cooking, Editing Skills, Punctuation, Bible Studies, Chapel, Scripture, TEN time, HASS, Integrated Studies that are in writing

Vanessa Sanger · Nov 16th, 2015

hey Scott send you a email

Vanessa Sanger · Nov 16th, 2015

HEY COULD YOU PLEASE GET BACH TO ME BEFORE WENDSDAY

Vanessa Sanger · Nov 14th, 2015

Hi Vanessa,

Thank you for contacting us.

Can you please email me at [email protected] and I will be happy to help with your issue.

Kind regards,
Scott

· Nov 14th, 2015

the other cards rite a couple lines ofter make you of ones lable

Vanessa Sanger · Nov 8th, 2015

how do you get the other visual daily timetable cards

Vanessa Sanger · Nov 4th, 2015

Hi Vanessa,
I’m not 100% sure what other visual daily timetable cards you are referring to. You can customise your own labels my clicking in the blue box up near the download button.
Kind regards
Jill

Jill (Teach Starter) · Nov 5th, 2015

could you please make a fruit break and art and maths game and literacy groups and a prayer

Vanessa Sanger · Oct 18th, 2015

Hi Vanessa,

Please note that we are no longer making resource changes to this visual daily timetable. We have built a label creator so you can make whatever labels you like! If you click in the blue box at the top of this resource, near the download button, you can customise your own labels.

Kind regards
Jill

Jill (Teach Starter) · Oct 26th, 2015

these are awesome

Ellie Savage white · Oct 1st, 2015

these are awsome

Vanessa Sanger · Nov 16th, 2015

fantastic, thank you!

Donna madden · Mar 8th, 2015

Hey Teach Starter
What a great resource! Thank you so much. Made my life much easier.
Now to get my partner to cut and laminate 🙂
Thanks again,
Hayley

Hayley Brown · Feb 15th, 2015

Hi,
Thanks for a great website. Just wondering if you could add Dance to the Visual Timetable?
Thanks
Gabriel

Gabriel Kenniff · Jan 25th, 2015

These are fantastic. I’ve been using something very similar for a while but didn’t have the energy to make new ones. It would be even better if they could be customised. Thank you. 🙂

Dayna Moritz · Jan 23rd, 2015

Hi, I am looking forward to using these this year. Could I please have one for German and also one for Resource Based Learning (RBL is fine)? This is a combination of library and computers using research on a topic. It would also be good to be able to customise or move these about so that I don’t have to print off sheets I don’t need. Thanks for a great resource.

Tracey Croucher · Jan 18th, 2015

I love these! would it be possible to have a set done in portrait instead of landscape to make the labels a bit smaller?They are currently a little bit big for my purpose. Thanks.

candice zoch · Jan 15th, 2015

Hi Candice, thank you for your comment. Simply follow the printing instructions above.

Please let me know if you have any further questions.

Kind regards,
Scott

· Jan 16th, 2015

My thoughts as well. A little smaller would be great as I dont have much board space to display them.
Thanks

Melanie Monaghan · Mar 28th, 2019

I love these and have used them all year, I teach Year 5 and they still like having the day laid out to see. My colleague used them with Year 6 and had the same response. Are you going to make them customisable? That would make them even better. Thanks!

Jane Logan · Dec 20th, 2014

That would be great

shan beau · Jan 8th, 2018

Fantastic. I am currently planning 8 workshops on Basic Classroom Management for delivery in the new year. Visual timetables are such a no-brainer ( allows kids to predict and prepare mentally for the day ) but very few teachers actually use them. I have used them for many years as I taught behaviour classes in NSW and QLd ( Australia) and made the day as predictable for the kids as it could be. Wish I had these resources them as I spent many an hour developing my own !

Jennifer Whitlock · Dec 15th, 2014

Thank you for your lovely comment Jennifer! It’s great hearing how resources are used in the classroom and the benefits they provide. I hope we can save you some time now!

· Dec 15th, 2014

Thank you for the extensive and colourful visual daily timetable – it’s a great way to greet the students each day and so helpful not to have to create them myself!

Rose Raward · Dec 30th, 2019

Resource Updates

  • Analogue and digital time flashcards are now in five minute intervals.

    Change by Paul (Teach Starter) Feb 12th, 2020

  • Added a Word version that can be edited.

    Addition by Jill (Teach Starter) Jul 1st, 2017

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