In any separation or divorce situation, it is important to have a parenting plan so that there is less confusion and less tension among parents. Creating a parenting plan, though, may not be easy. Because it may be difficult to make your plan from scratch and do it on your own, there is an option to use a template or example plan that makes it much easier and a lot less stressful. A template for a parenting plan may be basic and of generic design. This is good for parents who already have most of their information and have a good idea as to how they want their plan to work. There are also templates and samples that are extremely detailed and have sections for just about everything, including ideas and suggestions to make the plan most effective. This is good for parents who just do not know where to begin or for parents who need to make a plan quickly. It is difficult to say which type of template is best. Each type is effective for different parenting situations. So, what makes a good parenting plan template? In order for any type of example or template to be effective, there are certain sections it should include. These sections are (but not limited to):
Circle Time is next on your preschool lesson plan template. The children sit in a circle or in rows usually on a rug. The teacher officially greets them. They will have Sharing Time where the teacher will ask them questions about activities they may have done while not at school. Also during circle time the Pledge is said and the teacher goes over the Calendar which includes the day of the month, the day of the week and the year. Talk about the Weather and then go on to the next part of your preschool lesson plan. Discovery Time lets children participate in organized activities. The teacher will have these activities set up and based on the theme for week or month. The activities will be divided into Fine Motor Skills, Discovery and Exploration and Arts and Crafts. Encourage the children to participate in all of the activities.