Daily Homeschool Schedule

“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” -Benjamin Franklin

Fourth day into our homeschool year and things are running smoothly. This would not be the case, if I hadn’t spent time planning out our daily schedule. I have been homeschooling for four years, but this is my first year to teach three different grades at the same time. I knew that I would need a game plan. After searching online, I found Daily Homeschool Schedules by Confessions of a HomeSchooler…Erica has even posted a Word Doc that is editable. I was able to download the schedule and customize it for each of the girls. I then put each of their Daily Schedules in a paper protector and they are able to cross off their assessment once completed. If they finish early, they can take those extra minutes for free time or choose to work ahead. I plan to share each of the girls schedules in the future. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to comment.

The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty. Prov. 21:5

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Friendly Reminder (for kids)

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Getting into a routine can be challenging at times for anyone, especially kids. They wake up sleepy and forgetful. Parents are busy with their own routine and can also forget to remind their kids of the things they should be doing. By pinning up a “Daily Reminder List”, I am able to take the stress off of myself and the kids. Now they can check the list instead of me asking them if they have done x, y, z.

Are you wanting to set your family up for success? Then give them the tools to do so. Click this link,The Friendly Daily Reminder List, to see our list up close. You can revise it to fit your family’s needs.