Sick of nagging and yelling?
Sounding like a broken record?
Had enough of getting to work tired and exhausted?

Or worried that's the pathway you might find yourself on when your child starts school?

Maybe it's worse still, cause deep down the feelings of guilt and failure take over, because you loose it at your kids most mornings?

You're not alone, the morning school routine is one of the biggest challenges for every mum.

Want to stop tearing your hair out? Saying the same thing over and over again?

Discover how to get everyone on the same page, getting on with 'their' jobs and out the door on time.

Find out how to have the ideal start to every school day.

Ready to hit reset? Had enough of nagging, saying the same thing over and over, or starting out on the school journey? Discover the 5 Top Tips to creating smooth, stress free mornings in your household.

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Buy your own School's Coming Routine Kit and implement a done-for-you system for routine, team-work and responsibility. Empower and enable your child to have initiative, focus and fun every school morning.

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  • How to have the best start to every morning
  • What's important for your family members
  • Ways to start conversations and talk openly
  • More structure and routine getting ready
  • How to make school mornings fun
  • Kids flourishing with encouragement and routine
  • The benefits of love and calm on those hectic mornings

"Rather than tell a child what to do, show and teach them how to be!"
Genevieve Matthews

What's included

  • A4 size hardcover colourful storybook
  • 46 card game box with instruction guide
  • 2 x A3 size posters for visual display
  • Downloadable Parent & child routine checklist
  • Availability in boy or girl version
  • Australia-wide delivery. International delivery rates on application
  • Unlimited email support for 3 months

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According to studies by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, some key factors for success for a child transitioning from early childhood education and care settings to school are to:

  • build on children’s prior and current experiences;
  • ensure children have active role in preparing in partnership with families;
  • assist children to understand transitions, routines and practices of the settings they are moving to and feel comfortable with this process;
  • help children negotiate changes in status or identity;

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We sought your counsel as our son needed a gentle push to focus and apply himself to various tasks. By utilising the recommendations, the positive reinforcement such as acknowledgement for completing a task, and having him feel he is working as part of a team in the morning, we have experienced positive results! Furthermore, he asks to read your book School’s Coming as he is visual learner and connects with the characters, being your two children.

I highly recommend the use of your positive feedback / team work methodology and your book as a visual reinforcement. Well done and thank you!

Jamie Cockerill, dad of 5 year old and new school starter

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"Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning.
But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood."

Fred Rogers

Getting my son out the door for kindy has involved a lot of bribing and mostly me dressing him and doing everything just to get out the door on time. Decided this has to stop for school next year but wasn't sure how effective I would be. Using the School's Coming cards has provided me the framework to start this routine. Getting my son's involvement in sorting the order he wants to do things was a fun and positive experience. Now with a reference point we can both work from, I'm sure by the time he starts school we will have the routine down pat and a much less stressful morning period.

Amber Burbidge - Mum of 5 year old and new school starter

My son is starting school next year and reading School’s Coming in bed at night has certainly helped him step up his level of responsibility when getting ready each morning. I find since having read the book a few times he is more eager to dress himself, pack his bag and be a real team player. We hi-5 every accomplishment in the morning which motivates him to do it better and faster next time. Thank you for sharing this book with us. It’s really helped in so many ways.

Samantha Millward - Mum of 5 year old and new school starter