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Predictable routines help children with deafblindness to anticipate what will happen in their lives. Routines offer an opportunity to develop communication skills, cognitive concepts, and to build relationships through consistent, structured activities with a clear beginning, middle, and end.

Routine-Based Learning

Routines

Development Through Relationships: Entering the Social World

Incorporating Active Learning Theory into Activity Routines

Making Morning Circle Meaningful

New Teacher Series: Getting Started with Activity Routines

Other Resources on Routines

Research-to Practice: PLAI Curriculum Modules and Case Study

Rethinking Circle Time

Routines

Routines Bibliography

The Power of Routines

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