Sunday, September 6, 2009

Planning Your School Week

I plan school weekly here.  Most Sunday nights  a new grid goes up on our school magnet board and we follow it to the best of our ability.  Below I have posted our planned activities for this week:

Hudson's Schedule
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
Noodle N
(Art, Letter Recognition)
[Noodles glued to a DLTK letter N template]
Sewing with a Needle on a lacing card.
(fine motor skills)
Nursery Rhymes
(Reading)
Ocean in a bottle
(Science, Art)
Number blocks Game
(Math, counting, number recognition)
Shredded Wheat Nests
(cooking, science)
Number Match up puzzle
(Math, counting, number recognition)
Park Play
(P.E., large motor skills)
Nature Walk
(Science, P.E.)
Nickel Rubbing
(Art)
Cornstarch balloon toss
(P.E., large motor skills)
Scripture Memory:This is love for God: to obey his commands. And his commands are not burdensome
1 John 5:3
Meadow's Schedule
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Play with cooked noodles
(Texture)
Build a tower and tumble it
(cause and effect, fine motor skills)
Finger plays and Nursery Rhymes
(Language, reading, music and rhythm)
How do you schedule your week?

2 comments:

whisperingwhispers said...

For right now I have a Teacher's Planner that came with my curriculum and I too sit down on Sunday and plan out the week in it, very similar to your planner. I do however plan on making it more of a board as Selena gets older so that she can follow along and learn organization skills and such.

Raising a Happy Child said...

Your schedule sounds very reasonable. I sort of outlined our schedule for this year in this post - http://learningwithmouse.blogspot.com/2009/08/school-plans-for-2009-2010.html. Of course, every week is different, but you can get a general idea. Happy teaching :)

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