Homeschool Routine Free Printable

March 18, 2020

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With the COVID-19 virus spreading across the world and most parents being propelled into an unexpected homeschool situation, I’m trying to develop some kind of “new normal”. As great as it sounds to just throw all responsibility out the window and stay home all day eating junk and watching movies, I know our family would be grumpy and cranky after a few days of that.

So, I put together a homeschool routine. I like the idea of a routine because it gives structure, but also flexibility. There are a few blocks of time that we can fit in different subjects and activities, but we can change those things each day, as we see fit.

I’m sharing this routine as an editable PDF. You’ll get one copy that is blank if you want to write in your schedule by hand. You’ll also get another copy that has my text written in, but you can edit it. When you edit the file, make sure to download it and then open in Apple Preview or Adobe Reader. If you try to edit it in a web browser, you won’t be able to save it and the fonts will be crazy.

A couple resources that we’re also loving for homeschool are:

Art for Kids Hub on Youtube – great step-by-step drawing tutorials

K5Learning – tons of free printable worksheets for kids preschool – 5th grade

I like to hang out on Instagram and share more in-depth tutorials on everything I make, create and organize.  Come be a part of our Home & Kind Instagram community!

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  1. Jeanene says:

    You are absolutely delightful with all your tips and tricks! I love how organized you are and it really is inspiring. I am not the most organized person at home. What’s amazing is I can be a perfectionist and I do like things to be in order when it comes to paperwork and certain processes. At home I am all thumbs. I think a lot of it has to do with not knowing where to start and my mind is all over the place. So taking the time to ground myself and really focus on sectioning things off and creating a clean organized space it’s going to help me. The tip on organizing games in the plastic bags is phenomenal! I am glad I stumbled on you and I will keep following you to see what else you come up with next. God bless XOXOXO

  2. I love this and would love to do some editable pdfs on my blog as well Simply Read With Me, could you tell me how you made the pdfs editable?

  3. […] by going over the general schedule we will follow each day. I created our daily schedule using this free editable pdf from Brittney over at Homegrown […]

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