After School Routine Chart #ONatural

The school year is now well under way.
We have had a couple of weeks now, to figure out our after school routine.
Have YOU figured out an after school routine that works for you and your family?

Once you have found an after school routine that works for you, you will notice that your children may be more calm and have less meltdowns. My son is very prone to meltdowns, he often has a hard time regulating himself, especially when he is tired or has been sitting still for a long time at school. I have found that when we follow the routine below AND when I ensure that he has had a healthy snack, it helps him be more regulated, which in turn affects our overall family cohesiveness. Predictability and consistency are key with many children. When children know what to expect next, they are able to prepare themselves accordingly, which in turn reduces meltdowns. This applies to children of all ages.

Here is what our after school routine chart looks like MOST nights:

After School Checklist

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After School Checklist

My house is FILLED with picky eaters, so ensuring that my children eat a healthy and balanced after school snack can be a struggle. One product line that I have become quickly enamoured with is the Orange Naturals ND Shakes for the entire family.

Here’s the scoop:
directly from the Orange Naturals website

  • Customized multivitamin/mineral for the specific growing needs of children ages 5-12
  • 3 grams of easy-to-digest plant protein (yellow pea and brown rice)
  • 0.5 grams of fibre
  • Chock full of greens and superfruits such as with broccoli, parsley, kale and antioxidant heavyweights like acai, goji and blueberries
  • Easy and convenient way to ensure your child is getting the proper nutrients for proper physical and mental development
  • Ideal for everyone – from vegans to even the most sensitive individuals (dairy, soy, gluten, eggs and nuts free)
  • Available in delicious chocolate or vanilla flavour
  • Great tasting and smooth texture
  • Contains nothing artificial

I am bound and determined to find a combination of liquid and fruit mixed with the Orange Naturals ND Shakes that my son will eat. Once I do this, I will be confident that my children are receiving a balanced and healthy after school snack.
This quick video shares a bit more information for you:

Orange NaturalsDisclosure: I am part of the Orange Naturals Mom Ambassador Program and I receive special
perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.

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16 Responses to After School Routine Chart #ONatural

  1. EverythingMomandBaby says:

    Great post fellow #Onatural Mama!

  2. Laurie P says:

    Great idea! I sure could have used something like this when my boy was younger…great idea for teaching independence!

  3. Jenn E says:

    I am a list-maker so teaching the kids to make lists and be organized at a young age is a great idea!

  4. DARLENE W says:

    The grandkids know what to do when they get home from school, they have a routine

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  6. Anna W says:

    This is exactly what my kids need. I am constantly having to remind them and tell them step by step what they need to be doing. They need a bedtime list too..

  7. Terri says:

    This is an excellent idea! Thank you for sharing it with us.

  8. kathy downey says:

    My grandkids got a routine
    1 change from school clothes
    2 wash up for after school snack
    3.1 hour to do what they want ( pc /tv / outside
    4,do homework while supper get prepared
    Never worked like that when mine were young lol

  9. Holly says:

    We do something similar to this at home. I think it’s important to teach your kids how to stick to a routine.

  10. Lynda Cook says:

    Love this chart!! it’s very important to teach the kids routine, it also leads to responsibility!!

  11. Shana Langley says:

    This chart is great! 🙂

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