Creating Schedules and Routines: Setting Children up for Success

Start Date:
Mar 3, 2020, 06:30
Finish date:
Mar 3, 2020, 09:30
Booking deadline:
Mar 1, 2020, 06:30
Last Revised:
Dec 12, 2019
35.00 USD per course
Red Rocks Community College - Room 1013
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Rebecca Armentrout


Many times teachers struggle throughout the day helping children regulate their bodies and emotions. Visiting daily schedules, rituals and routines can help set both teachers and children up for a successful day.

Participants will learn ways to create rituals and routines within their day to regulate children and reduce challenging behaviors during transitions or hectic times throughout the day.



Child Growth Development and Learning

CGDL 1.2. Prepares environments and implements the planned experiences addressing the needs of individual children across the developmental domains and across the ages that will be included in those environments

CGDL 11.1. Describes how attachment relates to the growth, development, and learning of young children and builds positive relationships with children in their care. Demonstrates an understanding of how attachment varies across different cultural contexts.


G 1.2. Implements positive relationship techniques and supports to ensure that children have frequent opportunities to interact with early childhood professional, other adults, and peers in respectful and meaningful ways.

G 4.2. Provides experiences and consistent environments, which promote social skills and appropriate behaviors for all children.


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