This Printable Visual Homeschool Schedule is a great way to help everyone in the house with planning and preparing.
Finding ways to keep the kids on track with school, chores, and life, in general, can be challenging. If you’re homeschooling, it gets extra tricky because now you have to manage the various things to do in school as well as outside it.
So I created this printable visual homeschool schedule to help my children know what comes next. For more scheduling help, get these homeschool schedule printables to make homeschool planning easy.
Kids love knowing what comes next. The predictability of a routine gives them security and helps them become more independent. We use this visual homeschool schedule to help us manage our time better and not get distracted. And it helps with healthy choices too — remembering to eat and move often is easier when it’s on the schedule.
Keep reading to find out how you can get a copy for your family!
Printable Visual Homeschool Schedule
My visual printable schedule for homeschool uses a combination of cute graphics and words, so that no matter what the reading ability of your child, anyone can use this.
There are lots of choices to add to your schedule too — whether you have daily circle time or music lessons once a week! You can just use this as an idea and then build it more to create a schedule that works best for you and your family.
Ways To Use This Printable Visual Homeschool Schedule
You can use this with special needs kids, as well, to help them transition better from one activity to the next. The easy-to-interpret graphics are clear and attractive, and the activities on each one are obvious.
Even if your child can’t read quite yet, they can use the pictures to help be their guide. This is a simple way for early learners and older learners to be able to work together and use the same planning schedule.
Talk to the kids about what each picture means in the beginning just so they know what to expect. This leaves nothing to question.
Using this Printable Visual Homeschool Schedule
Try printing them on cardstock and then laminating for longer use. You could glue magnets on them for use on the fridge or a whiteboard, or try putting velcro dots on them for a more portable chart.
Then your child can move each activity to a “done” section after you’ve completed each one. It will give them a sense of ownership over their day, as well as helping to teach time awareness and time management skills.
Another option would be to use string and clothespins for your visual schedule cards. Your child might get a kick out of hanging up their cards every morning, and then putting them in their own basket after they complete the activity.
I have cards for every school subject in this pack, and some blank options so you can create your own too. With 20 different cards, you can put together the perfect visual homeschool schedule for your family. Just click the link below to get your copy of this visual printable homeschool schedule.
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Don’t forget to download your printable homeschool schedule below. This can be a great addition to your homeschool classroom and an easy way to help organize your day.
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