Homeschool Schedule -the McMillan Ideal Day
by E. McMillan
Kids in active play
Our homeschool schedule on an ideal day. Family of 4--adopting 2 more children.
7:30 am Mom wakes up at- Bible Study Time
7:45 am Son (7) wakes up snuggles on sofa until brother wakes up.
8:10 am Girls (9&5) wake up & get dressed
8:15 Son (2) wakes up
8:20 Kids do their own devotions or with eachother
8:30 Kids do Chore Chart- check out the MOST helpful on-line chore chart that has been like a miracle to train my children to do a lot more chores without having to remind or complain. The best part it's free~ http://www.handipoints.com/ there are rewards, incentives, on-line stickers and educational information.
9:00 ONLY after their chore charts are done, then they eat breakfast
10-12:30 Table Time
12:30- 1:15 Lunch & playtime
1:15- 2:30 Finish table time
See this homeschool schedule in table format.
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