InterVLAN Routing


I have a Cisco SG300-28 PoE+ switch and am having an old age moment in setting up VLans. Would you know the answer to or be able to assist with the following:

My network has:

1 router, which also handles DHCP duties with one range currently specified 192.168.1.x/24
1 switch
and about 40 nodes

I want to create multiple VLANS on the Cisco SG300 switch.

Vlan10 - Mgmnt
Vlan20 - Children
Vlan30 - AV
Vlan40 - Automation
Vlan50 - VoIP
Vlan60 - Guest

What are the steps necessary after creating the Vlans in this scenario to make things work?

WAP is on port 1 of the switch
ROUTER is on port 2 of the switch

I am using a browser to access and manage the Cisco SG300-28PP switch

I currently have the switch in L3 mode.

I was planning on establishing the following network ranges to match Vlan IDs.

Vlan10 - Mgmnt - 192.168.10.x/24
Vlan20 - Children - 192.168.20.x/24
Vlan30 - AV - 192.168.30.x/24
Vlan40 - Automation - 192.168.40.x/24
Vlan50 - VoIP - 192.168.50.x/24
Vlan60 - Guest - 192.168.60.x/24

In each network range I will be using x.x.x.200 to x.x.x.230 as the DHCP range

What is necessary to accomplish all of this?