My daily routine since college days has been to pray the "daily office" from the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. I first really got into it as a daily discipline at my alma mater. There was a college chapel, and students would come together for morning and evening prayer (more would show up for Communion on Thursdays, which was followed by "sherry hour"). It was a great setting in which to experience prayer and worship - the flow, the rhythm of scripture, the sense of community.
I have carried that practice for many years now, although lately it has shifted in its flow and rhythm. So this morning, sitting on the sofa with 3 kids, trying to alternately pray and read and translate and do a bit of story telling about the scripture readings for the day, and getting juice, and changing a diaper, and telling someone to share, and trying to get everyone to shout "the Lord's name be praised" every time I said "praise ye the Lord'".
I have a secret to share.
Praying with your kids is fun.