Our Home School Schedule

Good morning everyone. I hope you all are well. Today I was thinking about how many more days my oldest son, Little A, has left of 4th grade. He only has 32 more days to go. This also means I need to get a move on figuring out what I want to cover and what is required we cover for 5th grade. We have only been homeschooling for one year, almost so I am by far no expert on the subject. I do, however, feel as if I myself have learned a lot so far about how best to cover subjects with my son. So as I will be starting to work on getting our fifth grade curriculum ready I thought I would post how we do our schooling as of now and maybe how we may change for next year.


Our Current Home School Schedule



Weekly-

We work on a 4-5 day schedule mostly but that does change depending on other plans such as doctor’s appointments. 

On Mondays we try to do a review of what we did the past week.

Monday- School

Tuesday – School/appointments

Wednesday – School

Thursday – School

Friday – School/appointments

Saturday – no school

Sundays – no school


Daily Rotating Schedule-

We have 5 day schedule labeled with letters. This is more for me to keep track of what subjects we are on.

Day A:

Grammar

World History

Day B:

Arithmetic

PA History (because we are in PA)

Day C:

Science

Health

Day D:

Geography

Art/Poetry/Music

Day E:

U.S. History

Cursive

 

Things We Do Everyday-

Write Something

Draw Something

Read Something

Stretches

Mid-line Exercises)

Run laps around the house

Jumping Jacks

Arm Curls/Push-ups

Squats/Leg-lifts

Read the Bible together



 

Hopefully all of this makes sense. If not here is an example of one of our day’s schedule. We will do today.

Today was a Monday and a Day A.

We started the day with Little A doing some independent work.

Grammar worksheet

Math review worksheets

Wrote an entry in his journal

Drew a picture in his journal

Observed his Acorn project (they are tiny trees now)

Then we still did some work together (including M).

Reviewed his independent work

Stretches

Mid-line exercises

Jumping Jacks

Squats

Arm curls

Ran 5 laps around the house

 

Did some chores

Read Chapter 7 in The Story of the World Book (world history)

Did the review for Chapter 7 in The Story of The world Activity Book

Notebooked about Chapter 7

Read from the Bible

Then while his brother napped…

Read for about an hour


I hope that all makes sense.  If you have any questions on how we do things feel free to ask.

Thank you,

The Momnipresent Mother

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