Thursday, March 18, 2010

Remember These?

I have been meaning to give an update for like, oh, ever on this little system!

It's been well over a year now since I first put this fun, easy and super simple for the kiddo system in place and I just had to give an update that it is STILL going strong! I cannot tell you what a breeze it makes for the morning routine of getting dressed and ready. My child can even get his own clothes together and put them in place for the week, so there is no wondering "what to wear" when getting up and dressed in the wee hours of the morning.

Oh and this? This too makes a HUGE difference in the chaos that could ensue without it.

I wanted to get this going because my son does so much better when he has a "visual" to see what is up next to do without having to ask or be told. However, now that he is getting a little more "big kid" and has those sight words down and, thankfully, the routine down, I am going to make it a bit more simplified for him and maybe add a few different "responsibilities". Nothing major, but keeping it interesting and still maintaining that visual for him to know what/when/done and, of course, age appropriate.



What about you? What systems or things do you have in place to help make school mornings a little less chaotic?!

4 comments:

  1. This is adorable, Jaime. My kids are older but I really like being organized. Loved your idea. Check out my site too at http://amyhagerup.blogspot.com. blessings, amy

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  2. Dear Chirpings of Little Bird! I found you "just by chance". Your blog is a super way in to everyday Texan life. I have a blog about the every day central European life, only a little bit different from your's. thanks again foe an interesting read. My Very kind Regards, Nigel A JAMES, Vienna, Austria.

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  3. I don't know if my first attempt to leave a comment worked or not, so here goes a second time. Your BLOG is a great way in to Texan life, My blog may be of interest to you, it is a picture of central European people and life, but thanks for a great read, and I will certainly be keeping up with you, My Kind regards, Nigel A JAMES Vienna, Austria.

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