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Calendar Systems

Calendar systems provide a structured way in which to refer to events in a child's day. Sometimes called "Anticipation Boxes" or "Object Calendars", a series of meaningful symbols are arranged in sequential order to let the child know what will happen next. Calendars also provide a way to make clear the beginning, middle, and end of an activity, as well as time concepts, such as before, after, later, and now.

Calendars for Students with Multiple Impairments Including Deafblindness

How to Make a Calendar Box

Let Me Check My Calendar

Object Communication

Using A Schedule with Your Child

Activity Calendars

Beginning to Use an Object Calendar

Calendar Conversation

Calendar Systems Bibliography

Calendar Systems: A Developmental Approach For Young Children With Sensory Impairments

I Can Hardly Wait

Individualized Adapted Calendars

Jarvis's Calendar

Media Presentations on Calendars

Object Calendar

Other Resources on Calendar Systems

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