Daily Pictured Schedule for Toddlers {simple}

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As my boys got older, they were less intense, went to preschool, and were able to entertain themselves for a little while.  Therefore I made another schedule for them that’s a bit more laid back than the Daily Schedule for Toddlers.

This is a small schedule to help plan activities that you and your kids want to do during the school year or the summer.  You can quickly print out on cardstock and attach some sticky magnets and keep on your fridge.  Each day have your kiddo swap out the schedule.

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The following is the schedule I used for my boys when they were young during the summer. Every Tuesday I had a babysitter come from 12 – 4pm so I could get some work done, grocery shop, etc with out them.  Actually, I still do that every summer. That’s what keeps me sane. {{wink}}

Monday Routine (Cleaning Day)

7:00 Cartoons
8:00 Eat Breakfast, Dishes in Sink, Cereal put away, Get Dressed
9:15 Gym
11:00 Bring Clothes down
11:15 Chore Chomper
11:45 Lunch
12:00 Free Time
1:00 Computer Time
1:30 Draw
2:00 Learning
2:30 Movie
4:00 Imaginative Play
5:00 Singing Time
5:30 Dinner
6:00 Walk
6:30 Family Home Evening
7:30 Bed

Tuesday Routine (Movie Day)

7:00 Cartoons
8:00 Eat Breakfast, Dishes in Sink, Cereal put away, Get Dressed
8:30 Chore Chomper
9:00 Movie
11:30 Lunch
12:00 Pool
4:00 Bath
4:30 X-box
5:30 Dinner
6:15 Gym
7:30 Bed

Babysitter Routine
12:00 Imaginative Play
1:00 Back yard
1:30 Draw
2:00 Game
2:30 X-box
4:00 Free Time

Wednesday Routine (Pool Day)

7:00 Cartoons
8:00 Eat Breakfast, Dishes in Sink, Cereal put away, Get Dressed
9:15 Gym
11:00 Pool
3:00 X-box
4:30 Imaginative Play
5:30 Dinner
6:00 Bath
7:00 Read Books (Dylan’s Choice)
7:30 Bed

Thursday Routine (Play Day)

7:00 Cartoons
8:00 Eat Breakfast, Dishes in Sink, Cereal put away, Get Dressed
8:30 Chore Chomper
9:00 Play Day Activity
12:00 Friend Over
2:30 Back Yard
3:00 Movie
4:30 Imaginative Play
5:00 Singing Time
5:30 Dinner
6:15 Gym
7:30 Bed

Friday Routine (McDonalds Day)

7:00 Cartoons
8:00 Eat Breakfast, Dishes in Sink, Cereal put away, Get Dressed
9:30 Chore Chomper
10:00 Cartoons
10:15 Keller 1st Play Group
12:30 McDonalds
2:30 X-box
4:00 Draw
4:30 Computer
5:00 Dinner
6:00 Walk
6:30 Free Time
7:00 Read The Friend
7:30 Bed

Babysitter Routine (if applicable)
5:00 Dinner
5:30 Free Time
6:30 Game
7:00 P.J. ‘s, Read Books
7:30 Bed

Saturday Routine (Daddy Home)

7:00 Cartoons
8:00 Eat Breakfast, Dishes in Sink, Cereal put away, Get Dressed
9:00 Free Time
10:00 Run Errands
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4:00 Back Yard
5:00 Dinner
5:30 Movie or X-box
7:00 Bath
7:30 Bed

Babysitter Routine (if applicable)
5:00 Dinner
5:30 Movie or X-box
7:00 P.J. ‘s, Read Books
7:30 Bed

Sunday Routine (Church Home)

7:00 Cartoons
8:00 Eat Breakfast, Dishes in Sink, Cereal put away, Get Dressed
8:40 Church
12:30 Lunch
1:00 Computer Time
1:30 Church Box
2:30 Church Movie
4:00 Free Time
4:30 Dinner
5:00 Walk
5:30 Game
6:00 Free Time
7:00 Read Books (Davis’ Choice)
7:30 Bed

In the schedules above, I reference certain types of play. I simply sat down and made a list of the toys we had and put them into a corresponding category. When it would come up on the schedule, I would let my son pick an activity out of those listed.  If you would like, there are corresponding pictures which you can print out for each of these activities.

Imagine Play
Rescue Heroes
Lego’s
Bionicles
Mr. Potato Head
Play Food
Thomas Train
Cars
Stacking Blocks
Marble Run
Batman & Spiderman
Dress Up’s
K-Nex

Learning
Alphabug
Puzzles
Elmo Word Desk
Workbooks
ABC Fridge Letters
Flash Cards
Church Folders
Mailbox Letter Toy

Singing Time
CD
Finger Plays
Guitar

Physical
Trampoline
Gymnastics
Baseball
Soccer

Drawing
Play Dough
Coloring Books
Light Bright
Print out pages
Painting

Outside
Bike
Baseball
Jeep
Soccer
Sprinkler
Sidewalk Chalk

 

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  1. Comment-Anonymous Rachel

    I was surprised at how easy it is to get my 5-yr-old’s to use their imaginations when they play. All you have to do is give them the tools and they do the rest. I never knew that boys could be so interested in playing dress up. I buy Halloween costumes when they’re on sale and my boys have spent hours and hours pretending to be policemen, Buzz Lightyear and Woody, Transformers, and Batman and Robin. They call each other Batman and Robin all the time and it totally cracks me up (“my name’s not Christian…it’s Bruce Wayne!”). Their other favorite toys are Lincoln Logs and Tinker Toys. I hope to start them on Lego’s soon, but their baby brother is just a bit too young still!

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  3. Comment-Anonymous Amy

    I’m intrigued… what is a chore chomper?
    Thanks,
    Amy

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    1. Laurie Turk Laurie

      A chore chomper is a chore chart for toddlers that’s a monster which eats the chore cards. It’s adorable. I’d upload a copy of it but it’s has a copyright.

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