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Does Your Child Know Their Daily Routines?

Does your child know their bedtime and what they do in the morning to get ready for school?

Books To Read Together

Time to Get Up, Time to Go
Milgrim, David
From morning until night, a young boy stays busy by playing, doing chores, and eating.
It's Too Soon!
McMullen, Nigel
Anna thinks it is too early to go to bed, but her grandfather leads her one step at a time.
Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear?
Carlstrom, Nancy White
Rhymed text and illustrations describe Jesse Bear's activities from morning to bedtime.
Bunny Day
Walton, Rick
A bunny family spends the day together.

Watch and listen on DVDs and CDs

Getting Ready for Kindergarten
Jill and Joey are excited about kindergarten! This video teaches kids essential skills through fun songs, animated characters and real children.
Franklin and his pals are all here in a delightful, full length adventure as a lovable substitute teacher named Miss Koala shows them just how much fun a little change can be!
Miffy and Friends
Miffy and her friends learn so much inside and outside of preschool. They learn about seasons, creativity, counting trees, and counting on friends, making every day a new day to learn. The DVD includes 2 bonus episodes.
The First Day of School
Boys and girls will see how much fun going to school will be as they see their favorite characters go to school for the very first time.
School Days
Join Barney, Bob the Builder, Fireman Sam, Thomas the Tank Engine, and Kipper as they meet new friends, play hide and seek, and celebrate the gift of learning with these tales of adventure and discovery. Includes a bonus episode of the all-new TV series Roary the Racing Car.

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Tips to Try 

Establish a routine for getting up and going to bed – sing songs, make a chart, whatever works for your child. 

Ask your child to help you get meals ready. 

Asking your child a question as simple as “Now what is it time for?” will draw his/her attention to everyday routines. 

Add small sticky notes on your clock. 

Have your child help you draw pictures of daily activities and stick them next to the correct hours on the clock.