Get the Scoop With a Sticker Schedule
Wonder what your child did at preschool today? Help him tell you with a visual calendar.
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What you need:
- Stickers of your choice (or pictures of activities your child can color)
- Paper, chalkboard, or white board
- Markers, chalk, or dry erase markers
What to do:
Speak with your child's teacher to find out what types of activities the kids do in class: art projects, reading books, practicing numbers and letters, building with blocks, outdoor games, circle time, etc. If possible, get a copy of the lesson plan so you'll know what topics and themes are on the agenda.
Make a list of these activities on paper, a chalkboard, or a white board — one for each day of the week.
When your child gets home each day, have her place a sticker next to the activities she remembers doing.
- Let your child help decorate the picture schedule, and add dates so that you can track progress throughout the year.
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