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montessori toddler routine cards in german
Montessori routine card with picture of bedtime routine for toddlers
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toddler routine chart in german
text on dark background with German flag stating German bilingual routine cards
montessori toddler routine cards in german
Montessori routine card with picture of bedtime routine for toddlers
stack of montessori toddler routine cards in German, on boho style rug
toddler routine chart in german

German / 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 German 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 German pack includes 72 routine cards, taking your toddler from early childhood into the new season of schooling and responsibilities. Both German 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:

Haare bürsten
Aufwachen
Toilette
Frühstücken
Zähne putzen
Anziehen
Spielzeit im Freien
Freizeit
Bett machen
Snack
Mittagessen
Abendessen
Freizeit
Ruhiges Spiel
Ruhezeit
Zusammenpacken
Bad / Dusche
Schlafanzug anziehen
Märchenstunde
Schmusezeit
Bettzeit
Gesicht waschen
Sonnencreme auftragen
Handschuhe / Schal
Schuhe anziehen
Jacke anziehen
Hut aufsetzen
Einkaufen
Schwimmen
Musik hören
Bastelzeit
Bildschirmzeit
Hausaufgaben
Spieltreffen
Party
lernen
Zahnarzt
Arzt
Radtour
Medikamente einnehmen
Vitamine einnehmen
Familienzeit
Bibliothek
Zum Park gehen
Freizeit
Tasche packen
Tasche auspacken
Müll rausbringen
Essen einpacken
Zur Schule gehen
Haustierpflege
Ausflug
Bus bekommen
Gassi gehen
Abwaschen
Haustierabfälle reinigen
Hund waschen
Zimmer reinigen
Spielzeugraum reinigen
Sport treiben
Wäsche waschen
Aufgaben erledigen
Musikunterricht
Badezimmer reinigen
Pflanzen gießen
Abendessen vorbereiten
Tisch decken
Licht aus

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Cards are printed locally in Australia, on a 350gsm uncoated card stock. They are 9x9cm and come in a magnetic close storage box for safekeeping.

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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