Instruction for parents:
This book is aimed to help parents plan routines and introduce it to baby/child.
Please personalized this book, fill the blanks following the instruction under bracket.
Parents can use all the sentences in question mark to initiate dialogue.
To help parents set up daily schedule, fill the clock on the top right side with the time of the event.
Hello! My name is ... [write the child's name and guide the child to recite his/her name]
This is a story about my busy day tomorrow.
When the sun peek through the window
I will say good morning to ... [fill the blanks with the name of the person or the things that the child see first in the morning]
Then I'll have ... for breakfast. [fill the blanks with the name of the food, describe the flavor]
After that, it’s time to wash up and dress up.
Then it’s playtime with … [fill the blanks with caregiver’s call name]
If the weather is fine, we can play outside!
We can go to ... or ... [fill the blanks with the name of places outdoor space]
If not, we can stay inside!
We can play ... [fill the blanks with the game to play inside]
Playing makes me happy. But also hungry.
When I’m hungry, sometimes I’m cranky.
Around noon, when the sun is up.
It's time for lunch!
Can I have ... [fill the blanks with the name of the food, describe the
After that, it’s time to wash up. Splish splash.
Who's going to the bath with me?
And then nap time. I'll say sweet dream to ... [fill the blanks with the name of the person taking the child to bed or the toy that the child takes to bed]
In the afternoon, we can have snack.
Yummy! It's ... [fill the blanks with the name of the food, describe the
Then we'll play quiet games with ... [fill the blanks with caregiver’s call name]
What shall we play? Maybe ... [fill the blanks with name of game/activity]
Hmm, something smells good!
It's dinner time! Look at the delicious ... [fill the blanks with the name of the food, explain the flavor]
After that, don’t forget to take a bath and brush our teeth!
When the moon shows up, it's time to say good night.
Time to go to bed.
But first it’s bedtime story and lullaby with … [fill the blanks with caregiver’s call name]
After a busy day, everyone needs a good sleep.
Good night, sleep tight!