“My hour for tea is half-past five, and my buttered toast waits for nobody.”
― Wilkie Collins, English Novelist
In the past, we have discussed simple yet effective ways of managing your child’s routine in the pandemic. We have also spoken about how you can get your child to adhere to a bedtime routine. Today, we will create a daily schedule for your child that caters to the child’s unique requirements.
Here are some thematic schedules that you can use for your child. You can use these downloadables to create a schedule that works for your child:
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