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Possible Daily Learning Routines

The reality is that likely your week will end up as a mixture of all three types of schedules but they provide a starting place for planning with your family. Please remember that physical and emotional wellness is our number one priority through this time for our learners and families​. It is not our goal to recreate school in your home! :)​
Sample One: (Structured)
Morning routines (personal hygiene, get dressed, make bed, care for animals etc.)
8:00 Breakfast (family meal where possible) - help to clean up

Math 1/2 hour online 1/2 hour offline  (online, offline, hands on, play based, mix of self directed and suggested learning activities from teacher)
 
10:00 - Healthy Snack 
Get Outside (GO) time (nature based learning - gardening-exploring etc.)
 
11:00 Language Learning Activities 1/2 hour online 1/2 hour offline (online, offline, hands on, play based, mix of self directed and suggested learning activities from teacher)
 
12:00 Lunch (family meal where possible)
 
Get Outside (GO) time (activity based learning - run/jump/ball skills/nature walk/skipping/obstacle course, scavenger hunt, etc.)
 
1:00 Second Language learning
Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, Math (STREAM) activities (online/offline, hands on, play based, project work, mix of self directed and suggested learning activities from teacher)
 
3:00 Snack - Healthy Snack
Clean up from the day's activities - reading time - quiet time - individual pursuits 
 
Dinner (family meal where possible)
 
Sample Two: (Timelines, Some focused time but mainly flexible)

Morning routines (personal hygiene, get dressed, make bed, care for animals etc.)
8:00 Breakfast (family meal where possible) - help to clean up

Math/Language learning activities (online, offline, hands on, play based, mix of self directed and suggested learning activities from teacher)

10:00 - Healthy Snack 
Get Outside (GO) time (nature based learning - gardening-exploring etc.)
 
11:00 Math/Language learning activities (online, offline, hands on, play based, mix of self directed and suggested learning activities from teacher)
 
12:00 Lunch (family meal where possible)
 
Get Outside (GO) time (activity based learning - run/jump/ball skills/nature walk/skipping/obstacle course, scavenger hunt, etc.)
 
1:00 Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, Math (STREAM) activities (online/offline, hands on, play based, project work, mix of self directed and suggested learning activities from teacher)
 
Snack - Healthy Snack
Clean up from the day's activities - reading time - quiet time - individual pursuits 
 
Dinner (family meal where possible)
 
 
Sample Three: (Let's see how it goes - with some suggested structures)
 
Morning routines (personal hygiene, get dressed, make bed, care for animals etc.)​
Breakfast (family meal where possible)
 
Encourage Opportunities for: Read/Write/Draw and/or Count/Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide/Shapes/Patterns etc.

Snack (healthy snacks)
Get Outside (GO) time (nature based learning - gardening-exploring etc.)
 
Encourage Opportunities for: Read/Write/Draw and/or Count/Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide/Shapes/Patterns etc.
 
Lunch (healthy lunch)
 
Afternoon Activities: Lego, Minecraft, building, art, science, cooking/baking, gardening, sewing)

Snack (healthy snack)
Individual Pursuits/Projects
 
Dinner (family meal)

 

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