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Visual Timetable resources

Since children thrive with structure, it's imperative that parents get them accustomed to routines. Whether kids are waking up in the morning before school, settling down for mealtime, going outside to play or getting ready for bed, they need routines to establish good habits.

Children don’t have a lot of control in their lives, but routines can give them a sense of organisation, stability, and comfort. That, in turn, should help develop better behaviour and a sense of personal control, especially in the youngest children. Routines not only have emotional benefits but health benefits as well.

Below are some links and printable resources to support with creating routines at home