Daily Schedule for Families Staying Home – Kids Activity Planner
For any parent who’s decided to socially isolate their children already, or are planning to, Bianca Mitchell is one organised parent who has created a helpful daily schedule. You may notice a lot of people are creating their own versions at the moment, and we thought this one was a fabulous starting point.
You can design your own in a spreadsheet and print it out, or you may prefer to draw one up on a whiteboard or blackboard.
A great tip is to laminate printed copies for each child so you can tick each activity off and can easily wipe them down to restart the next day.
More great tips from Bianca:
If each activity is completed with no arguments or fights through out the day, they’ll also get a treat after dinner (bribery always works in my house, lets just hope I don’t eat all the treats!).
I’ll also set alarms for each activity on my phone, so that’ll stop them whinging all the time and me going insane with questions like, ‘when is it lunch time’, ‘can I play the iPad yet’ or ‘when can I watch TV’.
If you know of any other great daily schedule planners let us know in the comments below.
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