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french visual schedule for toddlers with hand drawn illustrations
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french bedtime routine card for toddlers with hand drawn illustrations
text: french bilingual routine cards with french flag
stack of french flashcards for kindergarten kids showing quiet play and story time cards
french visual schedule for toddlers with hand drawn illustrations
stack of french bilingual toddler routine cards with images
french bedtime routine card for toddlers with hand drawn illustrations

French / English 72 Routine Cards

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Are you a bilingual family? Or are you wanting to help your child learn a second language?

Help your little one learn French whilst creating a structured day with our hand-drawn bespoke visual schedule. These cards have been thoughtfully created with your little one in mind. Little ones love nothing more than feeling like a big kid, giving them control within limits is a great way to achieve this.

Sit down together and organise their day. A little one who's heard and understood is more likely to be happy to go through their daily routine. It definitely beats tantrums and refusal to cooperate.

Give it a go, we hope it helps your day to day life.

Based on our original and best selling routine cards, this French pack includes 72 routine cards, taking your toddler from early childhood into the new season of schooling and responsibilities. Both French and English translations are included on each card. 

Have another language request? Send us a message, we would love to help!

Includes the following cards:
Wake up - Se réveiller
Put on shoes - Mettre ses chaussures
Toilet - Aller aux toilettes
Eat breakfast - Prendre le petit déjeuner
Get dressed - S’habiller
Brush teeth - Se brosser les dents
Brush hair - Se brosser les cheveux
Put on sunscreen - Mettre de la crème solaire
Put on hat - Mettre son chapeau
Put on jacket - Mettre son manteau
Gloves/Scarlf - Mettre ses Gants/son écharpe
Wash face - Se laver le visage
Make bed - Faire son lit
Free time - Temps libre
Play outside - Jouer dehors
Eat snack - Prendre un goûter
Eat lunch - déjeuner
Quiet play - Faire un temps calme
Rest time - faire la sieste
Pack up - Ranger
Swimming - nager
Shopping - Faire les magasins
Go to park - Aller au parc
Family time - Passer un moment en famille
Car trip - Prendre la voiture
Catch bus - Prendre le bus
Pack Lunch - Emballer son repas
Bike ride - Faire du vélo
Library - Aller à la Bibliothèque
Pack bag - Faire son sac
Unpack bag - Sortir ses affaires
Go to school - Aller à l'école
Play sport - Faire du sport
Music Lesson - Avoir un cours de musique
Play Date - Temps pour jouer
Clean room - nettoyer sa chambre
Clean toy room - nettoyer la salle de jeux
Do laundry - Faire la lessive
Do chores - Faire les corvées
Do dishes - Faire la vaisselle
Dentist - Aller chez le dentiste
Take vitamins - prendre ses vitamines
Water plants - Arroser les plantes
Free time - Temps libre
Party - Faire la fête
Listen to music - Écouter de la musique
Craft time - Activité Artistique
Care for pet - S'occuper de son animal
Walk dog - Promener le chien
Wash dog - Laver le chien
Clean pet waste - Nettoyer les besoins des animaux
Clean bathroom - Nettoyer la salle de bain
Homework - Faire ses devoirs
Screen time - Temps devant l'écran
Doctor - Aller chez le médecin
Take medication - prendre ses médicaments
Study - Étudier
Take out trash - Sortir les poubelles
Help cook dinner - Aider à préparer le repas
Set the table - Mettre la table
Wash face - Se laver le visage
Lights out - Extinction des feux
Get a drink - Boire
Brush teeth - Se brosser les dents
Eat dinner - Dîner
Toilet - Aller aux toilettes
Story time - Lire une histoire
Bath/shower - Prendre son Bain/sa douche
Pyjamas - Mettre son pyjama
Cuddle time - Faire des câlins
Bed time - Aller se coucher

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Cards are printed locally in Australia, on a 350gsm uncoated card stock. They are 9x9cm and have a protective matt celloglazing layer front & back. They also come in a beautiful white box with magnetic close lid for easy storage

As this is for children, we always recommend adult supervision. Colours may vary due to how screens read colours differently.

♥ Why are routine cards important?

Establishing daily routines are important for toddlers and children to help build a sense of predictability, which in turn helps them feel safe and secure.

It is also a valuable stepping stone to help them feel heard and understood, by allowing them to have input into how their day is structured.

♥ How can these help with toddler tantrums?

We do acknowledge there is not a foolproof way to completely eradicate tantrums nor would you want to as they are a normal part of child development, but if you wish to bring the tantrum count down a little we've found in our research that implementing routine cards help for the following reasons:

Predictability - when your child knows what to expect and when to expect it they will trust in you and feel safe and secure. When you keep food and sleep consistent they are less likely to be overtired or hungry which can be triggers for toddler tantrums.

Autonomy - when you give your little one the chance, within acceptable boundaries, to choose or control their own actions you'll find them to be happier to comply. For instance, when it's time to get ready for bed your conversation perhaps could begin with "would you like to get dressed in your pyjamas or brush your teeth first?".

Feeling understood - long gone are the days when kids were only seen and not heard. Validating your child's requests, needs and feelings not only builds their self-confidence but their relationship and respect with you.

♥ How do I use routine cards?

You could start by choosing a quiet time in the morning or evening to introduce the concept to your child. Lay the cards out and explain that you would love their input to plan their daily rhythm.

This visual schedule does not need to adhere to a strict timeline, but more to help them navigate which activity is to occur next. We've seen our cards being used in many wonderful ways in households and classrooms across the globe. Our personal favourite is hanging string across a wall, then using little pegs to fasten each card.

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