Routine and Reward Charts …

Getting organised is usually achieved by creating routines and habits, so helping toddlers and young children to develop these skills is very important. Routines and habits create consistency and provide structure, which in turn gives kids a sense of security.

Routines help kids develop independence because they know what they need to do, when they need to do it and in what order things should be done. Routines help them develop basic time management skills as well as promote a calm, positive environment without the need for Mums and Dads to constantly remind and nag. And kids aren’t the only winners … creating routines and habits will save parents time, help reduce stress and get rid of chaos!

I’ve used Routine and Reward Charts for years and I’m now making them available to my lovely readers ABSOLUTELY FREE! Each chart has been created in two colours, so simply choose the ones you like, download and print! Once printed, the charts can be laminated (if you like) and attached to a wall, wardrobe or cork board. Alternatively, display the charts in a frame on a table or desktop.

Each page has been designed to print on a standard A4 page and just remember to adjust your printer settings to print at 100%.

Don’t forget to share these free downloads and printables with your family and friends … they’ll be thrilled you did!

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Click to download and let’s get those routines happening …

Please Note:  These downloads and printables are free for personal use only. Once printed, the colour may vary from the colour seen on your computer screen.  These products may also be printed in black and white by adjusting the settings on your computer and have been designed to print on a standard A4 page.  If you would like to share any of these items on your website or blog, please contact me first.  Thank you.