Implement a schedule of activities, routines, and transitions in an early childhood education setting.
Implementation should include
- selecting activities, routines, and transitions according to effectiveness and appropriateness
- using daily schedule and routines
- incorporating transition techniques (e.g., gross-motor stretching activity, finger plays, music, visual and auditory cues) to move smoothly from one activity to another.
- What factors should be considered when developing a schedule or routine for various age groups?
- What licensing requirements pertain to scheduling?
- What are some examples of transition-time activities?
- What criteria should be used in developing a schedule for an early childhood center?
- How can one communicate the need for a schedule to children, parents, and employees?
- What leadership skills are needed to develop a schedule for an early childhood center?
- How might scheduling practices help and/or harm children?
- What are possible consequences of not developing a schedule?
- What are the steps in developing a schedule for an early childhood center?
- What are the basic criteria for developing a schedule that meets the state standards for early childhood centers?
Other Related Standards
FCCLA National Programs
Power of One: A Better You
Power of One: Family Ties
Power of One: Working on Working
FCCLA: STAR Events (2019)
Early Childhood Education
Focus on Children
National Programs in Action
Teach and Train
National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Establish effective activities, routines, and transitions for various age groups.