Routines and rituals support children's development
Everyday routines and rituals are important in supporting children to manage transitions, to develop control and social skills. They guide positive behaviours and may support the development of health and safety skills. United States
Temperament and young children's reaction to change
Understanding the temperaments of young children is important in helping through transitions and managing change. United States
Daily routines and schedules
Routines for young children are much more part of the curriculum than painting. United States
Dressing routines - a learning activity for infants and toddlers
Although the illustration includes winter with snow the approach applies to all routines in other environments. Canada
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