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Welcome to LittlePeopleLove! We create a variety of visual resources for classrooms and homes. Our resources are especially supportive of children who are visual learners, those on the Autism Spectrum and with other special needs, as they are engaging, easy to understand, inclusive and fun to look at! Our resources encourage independence, achievement, growth, success and healthy self-esteem in learning and life! We hope you find resources to support the special little people in your life!

Welcome to LittlePeopleLove! We create a variety of visual resources for classrooms and homes. Our resources are especially supportive of children who are visual learners, those on the Autism Spectrum and with other special needs, as they are engaging, easy to understand, inclusive and fun to look at! Our resources encourage independence, achievement, growth, success and healthy self-esteem in learning and life! We hope you find resources to support the special little people in your life!
Transition Reminder Cards
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Transition Reminder Cards

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This listing is for a cute and colorful card set, that is designed to help children to successfully transition from one activity to the next. Each card comes with a word and picture that supports any verbal instructions a teacher might be giving. These cards are great for all children, especially pre schoolers, who are reluctant to finish up when they’re enjoying themselves, but are essential for children on the Autism Spectrum, as they provide a visual reference and time to prepare for change. They are designed to be worn by teachers/aides/educators on lanyards or rings, so that they are easily accessible and provide consistent cues for the children. These cards work as a terrific complimentary resource to my Traffic Light Behaviour Cards and Time Countdown Cards - as they are all the same size and can be attached to the same lanyard for a well-equipped, handy resource. Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Going to the Toilet
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Going to the Toilet

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This clear, instructional poster is a fantastic way of reminding children of the sequence of events required when they go to the toilet. Ideal for using at home, in child care centres, pre schools and schools, these posters can be laminated and fastened to toilet walls and doors as a way of teaching toilet independence. Especially helpful for children with Autism and others who are visual learners, who will benefit from being able to see the process and refer back to it if they’ve forgotten any of the steps. This poster also comes in a version specifically for BOYS or GIRLS. Some of the graphics used in this product are from: www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Whimsy-Clips Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
How Do I Feel? Emotions Card Set
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How Do I Feel? Emotions Card Set

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The How Do I Feel? Emotions Cards are a set of bright, colorful cards that are designed to help children identify emotions that are positive, in-between and negative. Each set of emotions is represented by a different color, comes with an intro card that simply explains how that emotion makes you feel, then shows a series of four or five different faces, with the appropriate emotion written underneath. These cards were designed to support children with Autism, who may have trouble identifying their own feelings, or recognising the feelings of others just by looking at their facial expression. Over time, these cards could assist children to associate the expressions they’ve seen on the cards, with the faces of those they are interacting with. They are meant to be cut out, assembled and fastened with a lanyard or ring, so that they can be either worn by parents or teachers, or be hung up in a place where children are able to access them when they need to. This card set beautifully compliments the How Am I Feeling Right Now? poster and the Emotion TEACHING Cards that I also have listed. PLEASE NOTE: The preview pictures show only SOME of the pages you will receive in your download. Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
How Do I Feel Right Now? Emotion Scale
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How Do I Feel Right Now? Emotion Scale

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This colorful, engaging poster was designed especially for children with Autism, but it would also be helpful to all children when displayed in classrooms, particularly in the junior year levels. It includes groups of emotions based words and matches them with a child’s facial expression and a photo of the ocean, that reflects how they might be feeling on the inside. Fantastic as a teaching tool for when children are in a calm and relaxed state, then progresses to an emotional diagnostic tool for children when they’re having feelings that they are unable to express verbally. This poster beautifully compliments the Emotions Cards and Emotion TEACHING Cards I also have listed. Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Reward Chart - Mermaid
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Reward Chart - Mermaid

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This listing is for a beautiful Mermaid themed reward chart, with a matching set of behaviour suggestion cards. This reward chart comes with a row for each week day and space along the top to either stick a behaviour suggestion card, or to write the child’s task. Reward charts can be used in both the home, and in schools, pre schools, day care centres etc and are suitable for a large range of ages. They are an effective way of teaching children how to modify undesirable behaviour, develop independence of specific tasks and follow through on instructions and when combined with a reward that is meaningful to the child, are a great incentive! Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Going to the Toilet-GIRLS
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Going to the Toilet-GIRLS

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This clear, instructional poster is a fantastic way of reminding children of the sequence of events required when they go to the toilet. Ideal for using at home, in child care centres, pre schools and schools, these posters can be laminated and fastened to toilet walls and doors as a way of teaching toilet independence. Especially helpful for children with Autism and others who are visual learners, who will benefit from being able to see the process and refer back to it if they’ve forgotten any of the steps. This poster can also be purchased in a design for BOYS, or a GENERIC version. Some of the graphics used in this product are from: www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Whimsy-Clips Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Sitting On The Mat Classroom Poster
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Sitting On The Mat Classroom Poster

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This classroom poster explains what ‘sitting on the mat’ means for different parts of your body. Using a clear picture that is great for modelling expected behaviour, the poster uses a word and picture cue for each part of the body that is important when sitting on the floor. Children with Autism, other special needs or those who require extra support in understanding classroom expectations, will benefit from this clear, concrete example of expectations and they are able to refer back to it regularly. There is another version of this poster available - Sitting On The Mat - simply interchanges the words mat and floor. Some of the graphics used in this product are from www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Whimsy-Clips www.edu-clips.com Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Traffic Light Behaviour Cards (First Person)
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Traffic Light Behaviour Cards (First Person)

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These cards are bright, colorful and clear in showing children what type of behaviour they are engaging in at a specific point in time. The cards are designed to be cut out, bound by a lanyard (or ring) and worn by teachers, parents and carers, so as they’re moving through the day, they can easily access the cards and show individual children where their behaviour lies. When I created these initially, they were to support children with Autism, who require a visual cue to understand whether their behaviour is great, needs to change, or is inappropriate. But they have also been enormously popular with parents and teachers of children who don’t have special needs, but find it helpful to match a visual cue with a behaviour and consequence. This set comes written in the first person to suit the language you use with your child. Check out my listings for Transition Reminder Cards and Time Countdown Cards, as these are all the same size and can be placed on the same lanyard/ring and used to support children in various situations. Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Autism Awareness Poster - Hot Air Balloon
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Autism Awareness Poster - Hot Air Balloon

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This positive poster provides a clear and basic overview of what it’s like to live with Autism, for the general public. The language used is simple, to allow it to be read and understood by children, as well as adults and by explaining the challenges that children with Autism face each day, the hope is that fear of the unknown and misunderstanding is removed and understanding, inclusion and friendship are promoted. It is designed to be printed at a large size and displayed in schools, pre schools, day care centres etc. Some of the graphics used in this product are from: www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Whimsy-Clips www.edu-clips.com Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Autism Awareness Poster - Playground
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Autism Awareness Poster - Playground

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This positive poster provides a clear and basic overview of what it’s like to live with Autism, for the general public. The language used is simple, to allow it to be read and understood by children, as well as adults and by explaining the challenges that children with Autism face each day, the hope is that fear of the unknown and misunderstanding is removed and understanding, inclusion and friendship are promoted. It is designed to be printed at a large size and displayed in schools, pre schools, day care centres etc. Some of the graphics used in this product are from: www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Whimsy-Clips www.edu-clips.com Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
My School Timetable (Blue/Lt Blue)
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My School Timetable (Blue/Lt Blue)

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This listing is for a school timetable and matching set of school activity cards. It has a row for each day of the school week and boxes that represent a part of the school day. Teachers can stick the day’s row of activities in order onto the timetable. This timetable was designed with children on the Autism Spectrum in mind, as they often like to know what their day is going to look like and find a visual reference point very helpful. Rather than having to look up to the board all the time to find out what is happening during the day, laminating this timetable and sticking it flat onto the student’s desk, or into a folder that that can see from their seat, will enable them to find the reassurance they need, without disrupting their work by leaving their desk. It’s designed for children in middle to upper primary (elementary) school and I would recommend that teachers or aides only fasten one day’s worth of activities to the timetable at any one time, to avoid the child feeling overwhelmed by a whole week at once. There are a range of colors to choose from! Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Snack Time Classroom Poster
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Snack Time Classroom Poster

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This listing is for an easy to understand poster that explains to children, the steps involved in snack time. Using numbers, pictures and words, children will be able to follow the steps one by one, to achieve independence and success during this time. Placing the poster in an easy to see position, will allow children to refer back to it when they need to and encourage them to master the processes over time. Visual reference points are beneficial to all children, but especially to those who are primarily visual learners, those with Autism, those with auditory processing challenges or who have trouble remembering lots of verbal instructions. Some of the graphics used in this product are from: www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Whimsy-Clips Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Traffic Light Behaviour Cards (Third Person)
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Traffic Light Behaviour Cards (Third Person)

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These cards are bright, colorful and clear in showing children what type of behaviour they are engaging in at a specific point in time. The cards are designed to be cut out, bound by a lanyard (or ring) and worn by teachers, parents and carers, so as they’re moving through the day, they can easily access the cards and show individual children where their behaviour lies. When I created these initially, they were to support children with Autism, who require a visual cue to understand whether their behaviour is great, needs to change, or is inappropriate. But they have also been enormously popular with parents and teachers of children who don’t have special needs, but find it helpful to match a visual cue with a behaviour and consequence. This set comes written in the third person to suit the language you use with your child. Check out my listings for Transition Reminder Cards and Time Countdown Cards, as these are all the same size and can be placed on the same lanyard/ring and used to support children in various situations. Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
My School Timetable (Blue/Yellow)
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My School Timetable (Blue/Yellow)

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This listing is for a school timetable and matching set of school activity cards. It has a row for each day of the school week and boxes that represent a part of the school day. Teachers can stick the day’s row of activities in order onto the timetable. This timetable was designed with children on the Autism Spectrum in mind, as they often like to know what their day is going to look like and find a visual reference point very helpful. Rather than having to look up to the board all the time to find out what is happening during the day, laminating this timetable and sticking it flat onto the student’s desk, or into a folder that that can see from their seat, will enable them to find the reassurance they need, without disrupting their work by leaving their desk. It’s designed for children in middle to upper primary (elementary) school and I would recommend that teachers or aides only fasten one day’s worth of activities to the timetable at any one time, to avoid the child feeling overwhelmed by a whole week at once. There are a range of colors to choose from! Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
My School Timetable (Green/Red)
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My School Timetable (Green/Red)

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This listing is for a school timetable and matching set of school activity cards. It has a row for each day of the school week and boxes that represent a part of the school day. Teachers can stick the day’s row of activities in order onto the timetable. This timetable was designed with children on the Autism Spectrum in mind, as they often like to know what their day is going to look like and find a visual reference point very helpful. Rather than having to look up to the board all the time to find out what is happening during the day, laminating this timetable and sticking it flat onto the student’s desk, or into a folder that that can see from their seat, will enable them to find the reassurance they need, without disrupting their work by leaving their desk. It’s designed for children in middle to upper primary (elementary) school and I would recommend that teachers or aides only fasten one day’s worth of activities to the timetable at any one time, to avoid the child feeling overwhelmed by a whole week at once. There are a range of colors to choose from! Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
My School Timetable (Green/Yellow)
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My School Timetable (Green/Yellow)

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This listing is for a school timetable and matching set of school activity cards. It has a row for each day of the school week and boxes that represent a part of the school day. Teachers can stick the day’s row of activities in order onto the timetable. This timetable was designed with children on the Autism Spectrum in mind, as they often like to know what their day is going to look like and find a visual reference point very helpful. Rather than having to look up to the board all the time to find out what is happening during the day, laminating this timetable and sticking it flat onto the student’s desk, or into a folder that that can see from their seat, will enable them to find the reassurance they need, without disrupting their work by leaving their desk. It’s designed for children in middle to upper primary (elementary) school and I would recommend that teachers or aides only fasten one day’s worth of activities to the timetable at any one time, to avoid the child feeling overwhelmed by a whole week at once. There are a range of colors to choose from! Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
My School Timetable-Flip Book
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My School Timetable-Flip Book

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This listing is for a school timetable flip book and matching set of school activity cards. It has a page for each day of the school week and boxes that represent a part of the school day. Teachers can stick the day’s row of activities in order, onto the timetable. This timetable was designed with children on the Autism Spectrum in mind, as they often like to know what their day is going to look like and find a visual reference point very helpful. Rather than having to look up at the board all the time to find out what is happening during the day, laminating this timetable and binding it or placing it into a folder that that can see from their seat, will enable them to find the reassurance they need, without disrupting their work by leaving their desk. It’s designed for children in junior to middle primary (elementary) school. Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
My School Timetable (Purple/Yellow)
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My School Timetable (Purple/Yellow)

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This listing is for a school timetable and matching set of school activity cards. It has a row for each day of the school week and boxes that represent a part of the school day. Teachers can stick the day’s row of activities in order onto the timetable. This timetable was designed with children on the Autism Spectrum in mind, as they often like to know what their day is going to look like and find a visual reference point very helpful. Rather than having to look up to the board all the time to find out what is happening during the day, laminating this timetable and sticking it flat onto the student’s desk, or into a folder that that can see from their seat, will enable them to find the reassurance they need, without disrupting their work by leaving their desk. It’s designed for children in middle to upper primary (elementary) school and I would recommend that teachers or aides only fasten one day’s worth of activities to the timetable at any one time, to avoid the child feeling overwhelmed by a whole week at once. There are a range of colors to choose from! Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
My School Timetable (Blue/Teal)
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My School Timetable (Blue/Teal)

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This listing is for a school timetable and matching set of school activity cards. It has a row for each day of the school week and boxes that represent a part of the school day. Teachers can stick the day’s row of activities in order onto the timetable. This timetable was designed with children on the Autism Spectrum in mind, as they often like to know what their day is going to look like and find a visual reference point very helpful. Rather than having to look up to the board all the time to find out what is happening during the day, laminating this timetable and sticking it flat onto the student’s desk, or into a folder that that can see from their seat, will enable them to find the reassurance they need, without disrupting their work by leaving their desk. It’s designed for children in middle to upper primary (elementary) school and I would recommend that teachers or aides only fasten one day’s worth of activities to the timetable at any one time, to avoid the child feeling overwhelmed by a whole week at once. There are a range of colors to choose from! Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx
Time To Come Inside Classroom Poster
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Time To Come Inside Classroom Poster

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This cute poster is a fantastic visual reminder of the steps involved in finishing outside play time and returning to the classroom. Perfect for using in child care centres, right through to junior school classes. Attaching this poster to the door, wall or window where children play outside, will provide a visual reinforcement of your expectations and the rules that come when outside time is over. Posters like this one are especially important if you have children with Autism in your groups, or children who are primarily visual learners, as they may miss your verbal instructions and rely on the poster to break down the process into easy to follow steps. Some of the graphics used in this product are from: www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Whimsy-Clips Thank you for shopping at LittlePeopleLove! I hope you enjoy your products and find them both lovely to look at and supportive of the special little people in your life! Kate xx