The first priority of the day is Homeschool. After breakfast, start your day with homeschool. This will get your children on the right track. To further organize your morning, consider grouping studies in this order:
And what should the daily studies include? Try for …
(*Please note that starred subjects make great family together studies.)
When your children are completing their independent studies, move onto the next priority.
The second priority is homekeeping! While the children are doing their Independent Studies, start the homekeeping. Try to complete your …
And now for a bit of advice from one mom to another.
The Early Bird Gets the worm!
You know the saying, “The early bird gets the worm!” If you are an “early bird,” you can easily complete the daily routine before breakfast. This is a great idea, because, then, after lunch, you will be sure to have time out for anything you want!
The third and last priority for the day is “other.” After lunch, you have time-out for anything you want -that is, the other priorities in your life.
This could be …
Remember, a simple plan for a homeschool day can help you breath easier when you focus on just three priorities: #1 Homeschool, #2 Homekeeping, and #3 Other enjoyments.
As a homeschool mother, how do you simplify your day?
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