Well, I don't have pics taken of our picture schedule but I will try to describe them ... and if I can get pics taken/uploaded I will try to post them!
Anyway, I have two boys using picture schedules. My 8-year-old does not read, my 4 1/2-year-old does. I use pictures of actual things around the house, and pictures I found on google. I printed them all off in about a wallet size (9 pics per page) and laminated them. I cut a larger size poster board into two strips and stuck eight little velcro dots on each strip, then mounted these onto the wall using velcro. I put the opposite velcro piece on the backs of each pic and that's about it! I don't have space for the whole day's events, since I post each step in our morning and evening routines (brush teeth, wash face, brush hair, take bath, put on jammies, put clothes in laundry, take bath, etc.) so I usually put up the mornings pictures, then the afternoons, then the evenings. (My 4-year-old does insist that we don't leave any velcros empty so sometimes I have to be a little creative ... lol) I wrote on each picture a short description of that pic (1-2 words) but that was mostly to keep my 4-year-old happy. I also mounted (with a large heavy duty velcro piece) an old tupperware container on the wall next to the schedules and wrote "All done" on that in permanent marker, and the kids put each picture into this when the activity is completed.
Both kids really like it. I am constantly thinking of new pictures I want but I am going to have to find a larger storage container for all the pictures soon. Plus my toddler loves to dump the pictures all over the floor whenever he can get a hold of them ... so I obviously need a better place to store them!
One thing I might do differently is orient the schedule horizontally on the wall. Right now they are both mounted vertically since that is how they fit on the wall space we have open, but a friend of mine has hers mounted horizontally and I kind of like that better. Maybe because we read horizontally? Not sure, but I think I like horizontal better ... but the kids seem to "get it" just fine with the vertical mounting that we have.
I did make a separate schedule for each of the boys, although there is not a lot of difference in their days ... I can put up different activities for each of them during our "school" time (we homeschool) or if one has a doctor visit or whatever. It looks like I will need to make one up for our youngest, too, since he seems to feel left out and is always trying to take the pictures off his brothers' schedules. But, overall, it has worked very well and the boys really seem to like having them. (My 4-year-old reminds me every morning if I don't get the pictures up right away ...)
Mamma to three boys : We love :::