Primary Years Classroom Bundle


Save £35.00* with this cost-saving bundle of popular award-winning TomTag primary years classroom visual resources that help teachers, Emotional Literacy Support Assistants (ELSA) and Teaching Assistants (TAs) in primary years settings. 

You can use the TomTag system in a variety of school settings, from the classroom to the playground, in the dining hall and even for P.E. Create visual timelines, schedules, and reminders to provide structure and guidance to the day ahead, reduce anxieties, and manage expectations about what is going to happen.

This primary year’s classroom visual resources bundle includes 10x First Then mini kits, Share How I Feel mini kits and lanyards.

Allowing you to use TomTag in multiple classrooms or different areas of your school and to support various pupils’ needs.

Key benefits 

  • Reducing your pupil’s anxiety about what is happening during their day with individualised visual timetables showing them a predictable daily routine
  • Fewer frustrations and less negative behaviours by using simple ‘First/Then/Next prompts, which gives your pupils prior, visual warning of tricky transitions 
  • Supporting your pupils with self-regulation by helping them understand, share and manage their feelings and emotions. 
  • Time-saving for busy staff as everything is ready with no printing, laminating or Velcro required!
  • Portable, durable and reusable compared with traditional paper or board alternatives
  • Quickly and easily adapt routines and timetables when something different is going to happen


Bundle contents 

10 First Then (At School) Mini Kits

Each Mini kit contains: 

  • 2 TomTag Button Holders (in your choice of colours- use the order notes to specify your choice)
  • 20 blank buttons to give you the flexibility to create multiple timetables and prompts
  • 20 symbol stickers for you to choose from to make personalised timetables
  • 4 blank stickers to use for additional items or tasks
  • 4 blank rectangular stickers to label your TomTag Button Holders
  • Easy to follow instruction sheet to assemble your TomTag

Symbols included:

  • Lesson time, play time, work time, circle time
  • Home time, snack time, lunchtime, story
  • Spelling, numeracy, reading, writing
  • Sport, computer time, be quiet, sit nicely, reward star
  • FIRST, NEXT, THEN ( as words) 

10 Share How I Feel Mini Kits 

Each Mini kit contains:

  • 1 TomTag Button Holder (in your choice of colours – use order notes to specify your choice)
  • 6 buttons with symbol sticker (a blue feelings face is also available – use the order notes to specify your choice) 

10 Lanyards with a trigger clip attachment (available in the rainbow or black option- use order notes to specify your choice) 

*SAVE £35. The contents of this bundle are worth £185 when bought separately.


  • TomTag Button Holder:18cm x 3cm
  • Buttons: 2cm diameter

How does TomTag work?

TomTag uses symbols to show a series of separate tasks or steps involved in a task that are part of a routine, a sequence of events in a timeline or they can be used as a list to teach a new skill by breaking down a single activity into smaller steps.

Many children with autism and other additional needs have strong visual skills. They are more likely to remember and understand what they have seen rather than what they hear. Using a visual support like TomTag to present information visually and in a step-by-step manner allows visual thinkers and learners to take in information at their own pace. Visuals can also act as a reminder when children forget what’s been said or become distracted, TomTag helps to bring their attention back to the task or current situation.

Our customers say

“A great idea! The main benefit being the time saving aspect. Everything is ready and no faffy laminating and Velcro! Really impressed.”

“I’m able to wear the tag on my lanyard which is easily accessible in class and outside whilst enabling my children with autism to comprehend what they need to do.”

“TomTag saves busy education staff time, while also providing a practical yet likely desirable tool towards independence for children.” Alison Wilcox, Head of Education, NASEN


WARNING: Please note – TomTag is not a toy. Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts.

Symbol images produced under licence from Widgit Symbols (C) Widgit Software 2002-2023 All other images (C) Orkid Ideas Limited 2023