Parenting time schedule _ This is a schedule of time each parent spends with their children. This is also known as a visitation or custody schedule. Children's schedules _ There should be schedules made for each child. These should have information about the children's activities, school functions, sports activities and doctor appointments. Transportation and exchanges _ Information about who pays for transportation, where and when exchanges are made and any other travel arrangements should be part of the plan. Medical and dental care _ Information about the children's health care, including primary care provider(s), insurance coverage and how out_of_pocket medical expenses and deductibles are paid, should be part of the plan. Vacation and holiday schedule _ A separate schedule for holidays, school breaks and vacations should be made. This schedule takes precedence over the regular schedule. Dissolution of disputes _ Resolutions for parental disagreements should be included. Prior disagreements and their resolutions should also be noted for reference. Provisions and other information _ Any provisions such as right of first refusal, and any other important information about the children should be included. As you make your parenting plan, consider using a template to help ease the stress that already accompanies shared parenting. Your plan can be effective when you use a template.
At the end of your preschool lesson plan template, the end of your period of time together, you will have Snack and Gross Motor Activities. Then it will be time to say good bye. Each period can be as long or as short as you feel comfortable with. The routine of the day, following the same preschool lesson template every day gives the children familiarity. They know what to expect and will be more willing to give what is expected also.