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Routine Cards

Want your children to learn to follow the routine on their own?

Kids love routine and so do parents! If you're ready to help your kids learn to follow routines on their own (and learn to read in the process) these cards are the thing.

Printable Routine Cards For Toddlers,  Preschoolers, & School Aged Kids

You'll get 40+ printable routine cards for tasks in the following areas:

  • Morning Routine
  • Bedtime Routine
  • Mealtime Routine
  • Playtime Routine
  • Chores Routine
  • A blank EDITABLE set of cards that you can use to add in your own language or family words

These include both pictures and words and will help your children learn to complete tasks on their own!


Easy Step by Step Guide for Use:

  1. Download your digital PDF file from your email.
  2. Print the routine cards using your home printer on regular paper or card stock.
  3. Cut out the cards, laminate if desired.
  4. Arrange and use the cards in anyway you want! You can hang them on your child's wall, put them on the refrigerator, or keep them loose to help give your kid's instructions as necessary.

Get school aged kids printable routine cards too!

Want your elementary aged kids to learn their own routine and follow it each morning, afternoon, and evening? 

Not only can you use these cards with your toddler, and preschooler, but with your older kids too!

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Marwa Mohamed

Routine Cards

Amanda Bender
A big hit

My son lighted up when I gave these to him. He immediately took them and sorted out the order for the morning. We are doing so much better now that he is taking ownership of getting himself ready for school.


There is lovely variation in the cards with cute colors, font and symbols! These are going to be a wonderful part of our routines!

Elizabeth Lau
Love these routine cards!

Love these routine cards!

Miquela Kinney
Routine cards for kindergarten

These cards are simple, cute and effective for keeping my new kindergartener on track while getting ready for school in the morning. He's new to the stricter morning routine that comes with school and these allow a non-reader to manage his morning better. :)