So I started this little project for a Homeschool Schedule Template when I found this amazing COVID-19 prefilled homeschool schedule template online. However for one reason or another I needed to tweak it a bit. Our schedule was just a little different because we had a 1st grader and a 2 year old. So I had to include things like naps, moved up meal times, and a much earlier bedtime routine. For my sanity, things couldn’t be exactly like the schedule (I’ll link it here) indicated, and kids LIVE by schedules. So I decided to just go ahead and make one tailor fitted to my daughter’s unicorn obsession. :: face palm ::
Features of the Homeschool Schedule Template
- It’s a Fillable PDF. This doesn’t mean you have to type on it. If you print it out all the purple type fields you see on top of the tables won’t be there. They only show up in Acrobat Reader.
- Lots of lines. It may seem like overkill, but kid schedules can get ultra picky.
- Has a Unicorn. Because of COURSE it does.
The Homeschool Schedule Template in Action (Example from my daughter)
This is the first draft of this schedule, but I thought it was important to show you all. Yes, obviously it’s my daughter filling it out, but I wanted to stress that it’s important to let them help decide the schedule. Ultimately, as long as there is a schedule my daughter doesn’t care if it’s typed or if she fills it out. What we have found though is that she takes more ownership when she’s able to help decide the order of events – even if it’s heavily guided. 😉
Hope y’all find this helpful in all this craziness!