Printable Home School Schedules for Kids in PreK – High School
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Are your kids stuck at home doing distance learning because of school closures due to the COVID-19 virus? The first thing you need to do is to get them on a schedule and I’ve got you covered with these printable schedules.
A set schedule will save you so many fights and headaches. And let you work from home if necessary.
I recommend you block out the schedule and if possible, let your kids decide what school work to do in what order. This choice and flexibility give kids some semblance of control in an uncontrollable situation that feels scary to many children.
Of course, use your best judgment on breaks and movement — the more the better!
Printable Home School Schedules for Kids
Preschool to Early Elementary Schedule
If you haven’t made a dedicated space for your school at home, do that first. Then, post this schedule in your school space.
What you’ll want in this space is the following:
- daily schedule
- writing utensils (pencils, markers, colored pencils)
- lamp, fun posters, fuzzy pillows
Upper Elementary to High School Schedule
As I mentioned above, a dedicated space for learning is essential for success. Older students in high school will want to work in their rooms. Let them if they’ve shown they’re responsible and can be trusted to do their school work.
Upper elementary and middle school students, you’ll probably want in a space where you can supervise and check in from time to time.
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