Step 1 - Create a Schedule
Create one schedule/routine that is basic and simple for all your children at any given age to follow. Do NOT include times. Instead, have general subjects and then have one thing follow another. Here is an example:
Quiet Time/Play Time
Implementing The Work
It can be difficult as a parent to know what type of work your child should be doing, how often, and for how long. Below I have provided daily goals and expectations so your child can continue their educational learning. Continue scrolling and you will find daily worksheets for your child. These worksheets are not graded and therefore will not be turned into Mrs. Timm.
*SAVE INK: When printing worksheets select "Black and White" for your color option.
Daily Best Practice
Reading: Reading Seesaw activity/worksheet, i-Ready Reading, and read 20 minutes a day (you can split this into two 10 minute chunks), remember this is your child reading to an adult.
What can I use for reading?
Books from home, the story from the reading worksheet, sight word lists, books from Epic! (now available). Message me if you need the next sight word list.
Math: Math Seesaw activity/worksheet and i-Ready Math (15-20 minutes a day).
Please make sure your child is working on their lessons and not on "learning games." In class, I allow students to go onto i-Ready's learning games on Fridays. You may do the same. Contact me if your child needs their Clever login, this is how they get onto i-Ready.
Writing: Writing Seesaw activity/worksheet (Monday-Thursday).
Science: Science worksheet/investigation (Friday-Weekend).