Well, March Break is officially over and schools are closed for at least two weeks here in Ontario due to COVID19.
Although, I have a feeling schools here likely will not reopen for the remainder of the school year.
I am trying to keep things light around here, especially with Bella.
The sudden change can be hard for kids and the fact that this is due to a virus can cause fear for some.
First Day of Homeschool 2020
As much as I would like to let her run wild during this time, I don’t want her to fall behind in her learning.
I also feel keeping to some sort of schedule during the daytime with learning will help make things feel less out of sorts.
While our home is not the classroom, I am trying my best to make this change in our normal lives light and fun.
Education is important so I have made a daily schedule for her that we can use to keep her busy, learning and not in front of a screen all day.
First Day of Homeschool 2020 Printable Sign
Click the button below to print out my First Day of Homeschool 2020 printable sign.
If you are looking for a printable daily schedule you can download and print mine by clicking on the button below.
We laminated ours so it is durable.
I have also made a blank one so if you want to write your own schedule and laminate OR laminate and write a new schedule daily/weekly you can.
Both of the daily schedule sheets are available via the button below!
If you are looking for some printable educational worksheets or some crafts to do with the kids, visit the Kids Corner section on my blog.
There are lots of great printables and crafts there, including cursive learning sheets too!
While the times are uncertain right now, we as parents need to be strong for our kids and do as best as we can to lessen the impact on them mentally, emotionally and intellectually.
We are strong, we are capable, WE CAN DO THIS!
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