History and Time Intervals
Your Child Learning to Tell Time?
When your child was an infant, you likely had many sleepless nights wishing she had a routine. The truth is, since she was born, you've been teaching her about the daily rhythms and routines of your family: nighttime is for sleeping, breakfast happens in the morning, bath time is before bed, etc. Children understand time through their daily routine, and routines help your child predict what will happen next. By talking about what you will do and when (using lots of "time words"), she'll start to understand the more abstract concepts of time, like "before," "after," "tomorrow", and "yesterday."
Has your child achieved the following Time Intervals developmental milestones yet? If yes, check off all the skill(s) she has already mastered to date!