Activities for At Home: Develop Routines

Routines for sleep, meals, homework, chores, and play can provide stability for young learners. What might seem like a simple routine to you may be a source of comfort and accomplishment for your child. Having routines at home may also help your child get better at following routines at school.

Establish morning and nighttime routines and make sure your child gets to bed early enough to get 10-11 hours of sleep.

Make picking out clothes for the next day part of your child’s bedtime routine. It will give your child a sense of control and accomplishment- and make getting ready for school in the morning easier.

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