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A schedule provides visual cues that can easily prompt understanding of when a child can have his/her shoes on and off and when to replace them. Choices provide the child with appropriate control over a situation that is ‘doable’ for the child and caretakers.
My 5 year old takes off her socks and shoes every 10 minutes when on her bus. There is an aide on the bus, but the shoes aren’t always put back on. What can I do about it?