Are your kids studying at home due to the health crisis? This free printable School at Home Planner can help you establish your daily routines, and organize your activities while learning from home. Make the most of your kid’s time with this cute planner that you can use together!
First of all, breathe. I know that this sudden change in your schedule can feel a little overwhelming. But you got this! It’s an adjustment, I know, but you can handle this change gracefully. This will not last long, so make the most out of it. Soon you will all be out and about again and the kids will be back to school. Do the things you’ve always wanted to do with them now that you are with them most of the time!
There are so many opportunities this new set up gives your family. Remember those study skills and indoor activities that you’ve always wanted to teach your child, but you never had the time for? Now is the perfect time to plot them in your day!
Free Printable School at Home Planner
This School at Home Planner includes 20 printable pages that you can use while ‘homeschooling’ your child. It’s cute and colorful, and it’s the kind of fun planner that kids will love.
Here are some of the things that you can do with this planner:
1. Create a Vision Board
Before you start organizing your schedule, you will have to set your school-at-home vision first. This planner can help you do that.
To get started, invite your child to sit with you and talk about how schooling at home is going to look like. Have your child draw or stick pictures onto this board. You may also use the following prompts together when creating your vision board:
- How does schooling from home to look like?
- Other than your daily lessons, what other activities do you want to do?
Once you have your school-at-home vision in place, you have a more definite direction on how you are going to run your homeschooling.
2. Plan Your School-at-Home Schedule
When creating your child’s school-at-home schedule, setting a routine is very important. When kids know what they’re supposed to do, they develop self-discipline, and they tend to perform better.
This planner works great in mapping out your kid’s daily schedule at home. But remember, schooling at home is very different from school set-up. Don’t try to copy your child’s regular school schedule at home.
You don’t need the whole day to sit and teach your child. Teachers in class handle more students; hence there are more distractions. An hour or two of sitting down with our child is enough to teach a lesson. The remaining hours in a day can be used for creative learning, family time, and playing. This quarantine period, focus on supplementing the school’s lessons with fun, play-based educational activities, and she will do great!
This free printable School at Home Planner includes various templates that can help you organize your routines and schedules while schooling at home. Below is a sample schedule that you can adapt to. You may also create your own using the blank schedule templates that I have included in the planner.
2. Build an Idea Bank of Games and Creative Learning Activities
This free printable Stay at Home Planner also includes several organizers where you can jot down your creative learning ideas for your child while plotting out schedules to do them. PLan out a craft afternoon, an Uno Stacko tournament, a movie night scheduled, and more! You can do so many enjoyable activities while learning from home!
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For more free organizing printables that you can use while staying at home, check out the Work from Home Planner the Stay-at-Home Planner, they’re also for free printing!
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Mary Wilson says
Dear Shining Mom,
I would really love to have a copy of the BILL PAYMENT (Yearly Overview) especially and the other print outs that came with it. I can’t seem to get it printed from your post. Would it be possible for you to send it to me through my email? I sure would appreciate it.
Thank you for all your help.