FREE Routine + Activity Charts for Your Family


Schedules can help keep things normal in a situation where life is anything but normal. They help set clear expectations and guidelines for your child on what’s expected from them day to day. And children feel a sense of accomplishment checking off each task.

For many parents, having to work from home while also managing their kiddos and their school requirements is a whole new world. Routine and activity charts help keep mom and dad on track with where kids are in the process of the day while they are juggling all.the.things.

Thank you to Rochester Mom for creating these charts and allowing us to customize them for our community!

How to Use These Free Routine + Activity Charts

  • Download the PDFs, print and laminate these pages to be able to check items off with a dry erase marker each day and reuse the next.
  • Use the blank checklist for days when you want to focus on something in particular, like deep cleaning the house or accomplishing a scavenger hunt of some sort.
  • Mix it up! For school age kids, they are likely used to having different activities on each day, so follow suit.
  • Give yourself grace. This is a wild time for everyone, so allow yourself to throw out the checklist and be flexible if your kids and your sanity require it.

Below you will find a picture image of an example chart.  And below that is a link to a FREE PDF Download!

Let us know how you use your chart! Tag us on social media and we will reshare with our online community on Instagram!

Morning + Night Routine Chart

>>> Routine Chart :: Morning + Night | FREE Printable <<<

Daily Schedule Chart

>>> Routine Chart :: Daily Schedule | FREE Printable <<<

Blank Chart

>>> Routine Chart :: Blank | FREE Printable <<<

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Tiffany traded in back-to-back business meetings and PowerPoint presentations, for sippy cups and play dates – leaving her corporate job behind to become a stay at home mom to her 16-month-old toddler. To say life is different is an understatement, and she now has a new found love and respect for the “hardest” (and best!) job she’s ever had. A native South Carolinian, Tiffany is best described as kind-hearted and friendly, with a quick sense of humor. When she’s not toting her little one around town to the latest kid friendly activity, you can find her enjoying a latte at Drip, catching up on the latest celebrity gossip magazines, or watching old reruns of Beverly Hills 90210 from the early 90′s. She received her Masters Degree in Integrated Communications from the University of South Carolina in 2007, and enjoys reading, writing and all things "mom."


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