Routines that Work with Little Ones
Routines are powerful tools. They bring you and your young child closer and reduce power struggles. Routines help little ones predict what comes next, trust that you will meet their needs, and feel more confident. Transitions between activities can be challenging and routines ease those difficulties and help children learn. Routines also decrease behavior corrections and increase cooperation in your child.
Parents who participate in “Routines that Work with Little Ones” Library will be able to:
- Apply effective strategies to help your young child cooperate with daily activities like getting dressed or eating meals
- Create routines that are enjoyable, include key child learning principles
- Recognize the role parents play in carrying out routines that work
- Address ‘hot spots’ that frustrate parents, like transitions between activities, and get in the way of parents attending to their responsibilities.