Many thanks to Emma for sharing her homeschool weekly study schedule.
Emma used this schedule for two children (using different colors when their work differed). It is a comprehensive schedule - missing only geography (the family are moving from Cyprus to the UK so lots of geography was being covered in their day to day activities!).
You can see that Emma first made a list of all the subjects and resources she wanted to use in her homeschooling. Then each week she planned which resources to use each day - and exactly what chapters to cover.
You can see from the weekly homeschool schedule example below that she did not add any timings to her schedule - making for a fairly flexible routine. As long as all the work was covered each day she would stay on track.
If you are thinking of making this type of schedule yourself then I would recommend you didn't plan too far in advance - it is easy to deviate and waste a lot of your planning time. Things crop up, subjects sometimes don't work out and need to be replaced with something new. Or a new subject might raise it's head and need to be included. Stay flexible and keep advance planning to the minimum you feel comfortable with.
Some of the subjects are not done every day. Of those that are she often builds in some variation by changing the workbook she uses.
As well as working in all the subjects she wished to cover, Emma has included an hour a day to follow a Time Out Schedule and allow the children some time for self-directed learning.
Do you have a schedule to share? I would love to see how you do things.
Please contact me and tell me all about it.
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