Kids love and thrive on routine, and parents benefit when our kids gain their independence, especially with basic chores and tasks. When school rolls around, mornings can prove hectic if we have to do everything in the morning. Despite the potential for things to take longer when we let our kids get dressed and go about their hygiene routine on their own, we are instilling ownership in them that is very valuable. Kids are often visual learners and that’s why I love the idea of using routine checklists to help hold them accountable for getting ready in the morning and for bed at night. We’ve created some free printables that we hope will help keep both you and your kids on track for the day. Print, laminate or put in a frame and use with dry erase markers and your day is already smoothing out.


Download your Morning Routine Checklist here.


Download your afternoon routine checklist here.


Julie Davis
Julie Davis has an eye for design and a way with words that landed her in the world of social media + blogging. She freelances as a social media specialist, but in her spare time, she likes to take family bike rides, listen to live music, throw parties, and sneak away with her husband for dinner out. She blogs occasionally at On Neutral Ground Follow her on Twitter at @onneutralgrnd .
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