Oh boy, I remember the morning preschool rush. I was standing in the house like a drill sergeant yelling out commands on the fly. I was frazzled, my preschooler was frazzled, and by no means was this the way for either of us to start our day.
I’m saving you from the same disaster we went through every morning. You can have an easy, carefree morning with a preschool morning routine. Teaching kids self-help skills is great for building that responsibility that we so want to instill in them. Once they master their basic self-help needs, such as getting dressed and brushing teeth, this helps YOU free up more time to pack a healthy lunch and guzzle a cup of coffee.
I can’t promise that you won’t have a stress free, easy going morning, but I can guarantee that having a preschool morning routine checklist up on your fridge will keep you both sane and focused on the tasks you need to complete before you walk out the door.
Now, if we can just figure out how to get them to find both shoes…
Preschool Morning Routine Checklist
This preschool morning routine checklist is easy to print out, tape to the refrigerator, or hang on your child’s bedroom wall. For extra use and ease, laminate the list and check off each item every morning with a dry erase marker.
Since your preschooler probably can’t read yet, our printable list includes pictures so they know exactly what to do next.
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Does our list not work for you or your child? You can make your own list using pencil and paper, cut images from magazines, or your child could draw their own images.