It’s that time of year when summer plans are near and a summer schedule for kids or even your family is just what you need. Check out my FREE Summer Schedule for Kids printable!
SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR KIDS
The Summer Schedule for Kids has an “it-day” which is a theme for each day of the week.
Themes help keep focus so that ideas are fully explored. I think we can all agree that keeping focus is not always an easy thing to do, but necessary for being productive in whatever we’re doing – adults and kids alike!
“I’m bored! There’s nothing to do! I don’t have any toys to play with!” You can bet I’m either finding a chore for my kids to do, or helping them gather their toys to give away. These statements are just not acceptable in our home with so much available.
Whether we take a day off of homeschool to reset because it’s been a tough day, or we just need to remember why we homeschool, using these types of “it-days” can change the homeschool routine and breathe from the daily routine.
A summer schedule for kids is just what we needed to explore ideas and change it up, too. My kids are so excited about this schedule, and they have determined that…SUMMER JUST CAN’T COME SOON ENOUGH!
Get your FREE Summer Schedule Printable Below:
Do you follow a summer schedule for kids? If so, what are some activities you love to do?
Let me know if this schedule will be or has been helpful to keep focus in your family during the summer! Also, feel free to share it with friends or family to give them some ideas, too.
No more boredom for children, so let’s help them by being proactive this summer!
Anchored in Jesus,