- Daily Schedule
- Weekly Schedule
- Blank Schedule Templates
- Family Connecting Ideas
- Easy Math Checklist for Big Kids
- Independent Reading Ideas
- Simple STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Activities
- Creative Activities
- Sensory Play Activities
- Movement Activities
- Chores for Kids Template
- Family Meal Plan Template
- Sit Beside Me Activities
- get ready every day
- have virtual social time with friends/family
- help with family chores
- participate in family meals (cooking/clean up)
“The Learn at Home plan was a perfect jumping off point for planning the week. It could be used exactly as laid out, but was also easily modified to change activities, timing, etc. This plan was a total lifesaver for me, and helped me feel in control of a situation that is largely out of our control right now!” – Sarah
“Kristina’s Learn at Home weekly plans were an incredible resource to help us through being quarantined. She provided so many fun, easy, engaging activities for all ages and laid out everything needed to incorporate them throughout the day. It’s often hard to find ways to entertain and occupy three kids under age four, but Kristina offered options and modifications that appealed to everyone. I am very surprised and grateful this robust, well thought out resource was free! Thank you so much!”
Many of the scheduled chunks of independent play time, reading time, and quiet time are great times to get work done.
Later today I will be sharing some “sit beside me” activity ideas for young children who have parents working from home. I will also be sharing some of our favorite online shows, activities, and games for kids to be used as a tool when you need it.
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