Raising Memories: Morning Schedule Chart
  

Monday, August 30, 2010

Morning Schedule Chart

We're getting ready for school over here and it was time to make a Morning Routine Chart! We've gotten a bit more detailed since the morning routine chart we made in January.

Here's what we came up with this time:


You can find these little icons on DoToLearn.com. (I googled to find some of the ones that weren't from that website)

Now we're working on making a job/responsibility chart for Talia- I'm making a list of things she can do, and then I need to decide how much I want her to be responsible for without overwhelming her. I'd like to have an official chart (we haven't done this yet, and feel it's time). Any suggestions? Websites with good ideas? Things that worked (or didn't) for you? Let me know in the comments!

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6 comments:

  1. well...I was making Ben one from Heritage makers...you may have heard of them:P
    I am using the 12/12 scrapbook paper to put down the chores and then leaving a space to check it off. If you laminate it you can check with a wipable marker.

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  2. That is a great schedule. It helps staying organized and gets the day started right. I am a new follower from MBC! I look forward to following your blog! Come and visit my blog, Mama's Little Chick. Have a great day!

    Mama Hen
    www.mamaslittlechick.com
    www.mamaslittlenestwork.com

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  3. Thanks for the nice comment. The clear plastic I used for my chore chart was simply clear vinyl bought from Joann's. It comes on those big rolls, and usually found by the picnic table covers and other vinyls. Hope you can find it. I have loved how good this chore chart has worked.
    Cami

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  4. Hi, I loved your blog posts.

    I follow you now.

    Kisses

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  5. Heather,
    In response to your question about the needles, I did use a size 14 needle when I sewed on the plastic. It doesn't need to be anything but the universal kind. However, when you are done sewing the plastic the needle will be shot. I sewed all the plastic parts and then started with a new needle for everything else.
    Have fun sewing and I would be happy to answer any other questions you have.
    Thanks
    Cami

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  6. Ok! Now that's a good resource. I knew it would be a bit of an ordeal to get everyone up and out the door on time each morning for school, but this week is really trying my patience. Maybe this would help:)

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Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment- I love reading them! :)
~Heather Lynne

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