"Wash on Monday, Iron on Tuesday,
Mend on Wednesday, Churn on Thursday, Clean on Friday, Bake on Saturday, Rest on Sunday."
Nowadays so much is done automatically we've forgotten nurturing a simple routine is for parents and children. We may not need to churn our cream into butter anymore but we can create grounded routines that support our growing little ones.
A Strong Weekly Rhythm:
helps children know what to expect and what is expected of them.
helps provide security to young children who aren't developmentally capable of understanding a complex and abstract concept such as time yet
provides consistent activities or themes that nourish our children's sense of order and security in the world
This free printable includes the following weekly rhythm cards: painting day, drawing day, soup day, crafting day, park day, library day, family day, play day, gardening day... and many more!
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