You can make a checklist for anything, and most people do without even realizing it. We create “punch” lists for grocery shopping, running errands, interviewing, roll call, and much more. Some of us may not physically take the time to write out the necessary steps that lead us from one place to the next, but we all unknowingly make mental lists. They are a great way to get your child(ren) independent, taking ownership, and feeling good about accomplishing tasks on their own. We have included some basic routine checklists for you to use at home with your child(ren). Feel free to print, copy, or adapt them to meet your family’s needs!