Ready Set Go to Kindergarten

Create a Daily Schedule

Nicolle Bellmore Pierse - Monday, June 08, 2020

Schedules and routines make us feel safe

Children and adults feel safe when their days have

Structure

Predictability

Consistency

If you would like to learn more about how to create structure and routines at home, see cdc.gov/parents/essentials/structure

What do you do during your day together?  Create your own schedule like the one from the CDC that is included with this packet, or cut out the pictures below to make your own:


    

Wake up        

Eat breakfast

 Get dressed

     Get exercise

              Play outside

             Play pretend

Use tablet or

  computer

     Take a rest

       Play games

      Watch TV

  Help clean the house

   Help in the kitchen

       Eat dinner

Brush your teeth

  Read a story

        Go to sleep


To use these pictures to make your own daily schedule:

  • Mount the pictures to a sheet of poster paper with “Wake up” at the top, OR
  • Use wooden clothespins to hang the activities in order from left to right on a string or ribbon.

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