Suggested Home Learning Schedule

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Suggested Home Learning Schedule

 

We would like this experience to be a positive one for all members of the family and have therefore put together a rough schedule for the day that allows children to experience a range of different learning opportunities.  Some children may only be able to work for 20-30 minutes at a time and therefore you might need to do short burst of learning rather than a 1-2 hour session.  You will need to gauge from your child when to stop and have a go at something else. 

 

During this time we would advise limiting ‘screen time’ to no more than 1-2 hours a day maximum. 

 

Each child has a copy of this schedule in their learning packs:

Time Activity

Further possible ideas and suggestions

7.00am – 9am Wake up Make own breakfast, get dressed, tidy room, read or share a book, play with brothers and sisters
9am – 9.30am Chore time Help with simple tidying up around the home

 

9.30am Morning outside activity Play in the garden, make a den, play ‘It’ with brothers and sisters, ride a bike or scooter, play ball games

www.nhs.uk/10-minute-shake-up/shake-ups

10 – 12.00 Academic learning time Focussed learning:

Reading, Writing, Maths, RE, Topic work

12 – 12.30 Lunch Family time talk to one another about your day

 

12.30 – 1pm Chore time Help with simple tidying up around the home
1-2pm Quiet time Reading, playing a board game, doing a jigsaw puzzle, colouring in
2-3pm Academic learning time Focussed learning, Reading, Writing, Maths, RE, Topic work
3-4pm Afternoon outside activity free time Play in the garden, make a den, play ‘It’ with brothers and sisters, ride a bike or scooter
4-5pm Creative time Painting, colouring, junk modelling, Lego activity cooking, baking
5-6pm

 

Dinner Help with setting the table and clearing away
6-8pm Free time www.nhs.uk/10-minute-shake-up/shake-ups

 

7-8pm

 

Bedtime Share a bed time story