Do you find yourself waiting on your children to get dressed? Wondering if they actually brushed their teeth or hair all while trying to get out the door for school or an appointment. Or maybe you would just like a peaceful morning while you get ready to homeschool. Whatever the reason is a home visual schedule is great for establishing a routine and sticking with it.
Home Visual Schedule Printables for Morning and Night Routine
These Morning and Night routine schedules are perfect for hanging on a door, bedroom, or bathroom location that your child frequents. Having the two charts is very useful especially for busy mornings or just to keep a nice routine going for your child.
The pictures and larger words are great for younger children and even though these might seem a little basic for older children it’s a perfect place to start.
I’ve always made a night time routine an important part of our day. Having a routine that you follow every night really helps a child relax. It is also a wonderful time to spend together talking, cuddling, and nurturing your relationship.
Having structure during your day helps your child to feel safe and secure. That is what establishing a routine is all about. It doesn’t have to be a rigid or timed schedule throughout the day. That is another reason a Visual schedule is so great, they let your child know what they can expect each day.
Don’t get me wrong I still keep a calm down kit together for the occasional melt downs. Some days it doesn’t matter how prepared you are or how great your routine is, these are the days the calm down kit is super handy.
We love the Visual Schedules here, but if you are looking for something specific leave me a comment and let me know what you would love to have. You also might be interested in some of these resources below.
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