Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

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Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

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Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

Before Josh and I had kids, we would come home from work at the end of the day, fix something for dinner , chat about the day, watch a little TV or go on a walk and then head to bed to get a good night’s sleep. Did you catch the key phrase “before kids?” These days, our evenings are a bit more structured. They have to be. My kids thrive off structure and routine. Do yours, too?

Today I’m sharing some Printable that have helped teach the kids more independence in the evenings.

When children understand what’s expected of them and have some guidance, it’s incredible what they can accomplish on their own. It has given Josh and I a little time back in the evening to do what we need to do to get ready for the next day and it has made the kids feel proud of what they can accomplish on their own. While I’m cleaning up from dinner, the kids are showering, getting their pajamas on and brushing their teeth.

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

And if you have a preschooler, I think you’d agree that a cute character toothbrush and some toothpaste is usually enough encouragement to get kids excited about brushing their teeth.

I found this Orajel™ Paw Patrol™ toothbrush and toothpaste at the store the other day and knew Cora would love the set. Orajel™ products are a great way to transition your little ones to fluoride toothpaste and help protect against cavities to keep their teeth and gums healthy.

Now, I’m all about empowering children to do things for themselves, but remember, if your child are younger, make sure you are helping them brush and providing guidance for a thorough cleaning. Both of our children brush their teeth on their own first and then we help them finish up. . .even our 7-year-old.

With the , they are able to anticipate what’s next, and if your children are anything like mine, story time at the end of the evening is what they really look forward to.

The kids have quite an extensive library of books at home that we’ve been through. . .several times. We recently discovered the that contains a ton of resources for reading out loud to your children, including the , articles from the editors of Scholastic Parents and a free Scholastic e-book called .

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

We love to snuggle up together before bed with a good book, but we also enjoy what we like to call “TV books.” To put a bit of a different spin on story time in the evenings, I’ve started projecting e-books from my iPad to the TV so we have no arguing over who turns the pages, whose head is in the way or which room the book should come out of. Does this happen in your house, too?

Anyway, our son Dane and I often take turns reading pages in the books. It’s so much fun to see his progress and to hear his interpretation of different characters using voice inflections and emotion. LOVE it.

Right now, the is going on, and it’s so easy to enter! Take a photo or video of yourself reading out loud to your child as part of their bedtime routine for a chance to win ALL 100 Best Read-Aloud Books AND a Paw Patrol™ “Brushers Bundle” from Orajel™! Earn an extra chance to win by sharing your entry to social media and helping spread the word! Now, how cool is that?

The is live now and will continue through March and on through the summer .

and get to brushing and reading! A structured bedtime routine just makes evenings go so much smoother! Wouldn’t you agree?

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

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Great post for busy households with children!

Kids understand pictures much better than text when they’re little!

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

Looks so cute! do you have a morning routine chart available as well?

Thank you, Allie! I haven’t created a morning routine chart yet but it’s something I’ll certainly think about!!

Hi! Just found this chart and I love it! I’d like to create one and add 2 steps… i loved your clipart and was wondering where you got it?

This chart has successfully got my sweet little {nearly} 4 year old sleeping in his own bed! I would absolutely love a morning routine to match!

Ashley, you are a great example of why I do what I do, and believe it or not, you’re not the first person to ask for a morning routine to match this one. SO. . .I moved things around in my editorial calendar to make room for creating the morning routine yet this month. I’m working on it today and it should be ready in the next several days. Watch my blog – and if you’re not already signed up for my email list, I would love to have you. Thanks so much for your sweet comment – tell your son – his morning routine printable is coming!! xoxo

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

Thank you so much for these free printable charts! Hopefully they will help with my toddlers bedtime routine:)

You are welcome!! I hope they do help!

I’m a Mid-Western girl with a Type A personality who lives to entertain. I believe it’s the special touches that make all the difference when it comes to family, home and a happy life.

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Delicious bitz & tips for a happy life.

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

Before Josh and I had kids, we would come home from work at the end of the day, fix something for dinner , chat about the day, watch a little TV or go on a walk and then head to bed to get a good night’s sleep. Did you catch the key phrase “before kids?” These days, our evenings are a bit more structured. They have to be. My kids thrive off structure and routine. Do yours, too?

Today I’m sharing some Printable that have helped teach the kids more independence in the evenings.

When children understand what’s expected of them and have some guidance, it’s incredible what they can accomplish on their own. It has given Josh and I a little time back in the evening to do what we need to do to get ready for the next day and it has made the kids feel proud of what they can accomplish on their own. While I’m cleaning up from dinner, the kids are showering, getting their pajamas on and brushing their teeth.

And if you have a preschooler, I think you’d agree that a cute character toothbrush and some toothpaste is usually enough encouragement to get kids excited about brushing their teeth.

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