Preschooler Wake-up Routine
Domain Association: Thinking
You will need:
- Pictures of your child doing their morning routine (i.e. brush teeth, combing hair, washing face, getting dressed, eating breakfast, get knap sack)
- A visible place to display pictures of the morning routine (i.e. bedroom or washroom)
- Plastic paper protector
- Prepare by taking pictures of your child doing their morning routine (i.e. brush teeth, combing hair, washing face, getting dressed, eating breakfast, get knap sack).
- Together with your child, put the pictures in sequence of what your child would do first, second, ect…
- Place your pictures inside a plastic page protector and tape them in order your child’s morning routine
- Together with your child, display the pictures of the routine in a visible location easy for your child to see in the morning (i.e. bedroom or washroom).
- Each morning talk through the routine the sequence of schedule with your child by asking “Humm what is the first that we do when we wake-up?”
- If you support your child’s wake up routine by creating a schedule together with pictures of themselves
- Your child will develop a sense of identity in the routine
- If you develop a routine that your child can follow and is supported by pictures
- Your child will develop a sense of independence