Over the last few months I have been answering your homeschool questions. One of the questions I have been anxious to get to is, “What should my homeschool schedule look like?” With so many different schedules out there it can be hard to find the right way to run your homeschool. I am going to share my typical week with you below and then I have put together a round up of different homeschool schedules from some of the great homeschool bloggers out there. I won’t say that my way will work for you but with this list you are sure to find something that should.
Homeschool Schedule Ideas
My children wake up with the sun. I don’t thrive waking up that early. They get themselves breakfast and I wake up about a half hour after them.
They have free play time until 10:00 while I work on the computer.
From 10:00 until they are done we work on the subjects for the day.
Generally, they finish most of the book work and curriculum based learning by 12:30.
We eat lunch.
After lunch, we will cuddle up together on the couch and watch a show. Sometimes it’s educational. Sometimes it’s not. It’s more about the time together than the programming.
After this, both kids go for quiet time for an hour.
After quiet time we generally do our chores.
While dinner is cooking we work on hands-on projects.
Our after dinner time is filled with different things based on what we have for that day of the week or what skill we are working on.
Some other great Schedules.
4 Day Homeschool Schedule from The Unlikely Homeschool
Charlotte Mason Homeschool Schedule from Ramblings of a Christian Mom
Classic Conversations Homeschool Schedule from Homegrown Learners
High School Homeschool Schedule from Middle Way Mom
Homeschooling Multiple Children from Frugal Fun 4 Boys
Kindergarten Homeschool Schedule from Living Life and Learning
Large Family Homeschool from The Homeschool Village
Montessori Homeschool Routine from Child Led Life
Preschool Schedule from Confessions of a Homeschooler
Simple Homeschool Schedule from Not Consumed
The most important thing is to have a schedule that works well for your family. What does your homeschool schedule look like?
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