In the beginning of the Coronavirus outbreak, the possibility of school closures was something that seemed far out and even extreme. Now, with many school systems abruptly closing for the year, parents are scrambling to create some type of schedule to promote the normalcy kids need to feel secure.
Kids thrive on routines. The consistency not only provides them a sense of security, but allows them to feel confident with time management. And as studies show, creating an established routine assists in developing important habits and life skills.
It’s impossible to adhere strictly to a schedule in this era of social distancing and some days you have to wing it! This is uncharted territory for all of us. No-one expects a set schedule to be followed meticulously during this time. Keep expectations within reason.
That being said, we can do our best to give kids a daily routine as a guideline to follow. Enter: the School Closure Schedule and Activity Planner that we feel every parent could use right now, available for download below!
See what our School Closure Schedule & Activity Planner has inside!
The School Closure and Activity Planner has 3 pages including:
- Weekly Schedule: An activity focus for each day of the week
- Daily Schedule: A timeline of suggested daily activities
- Chore Chart: Age appropriate chore chart to maintain tasks
- Learning List: Over 50 ideas for things to do while you social distance
Pair the School Closure Schedule and Activity Planner with our Family Emergency Binder printables and you’ll be all set!
We sincerely hope you and your loved ones are staying well during this difficult time. Rockitmama has a variety of parenting resources and children’s learning activities to keep everyone engaged until life returns to normal. Check the tabs on our homepage or use the search bar to locate articles and printables. Brighter days are ahead, friends.
Hello. Are we able to print or download tour free materials to share with families during Distance Learning?! Due to school closures, I can not provide a hard copy (if approved) due to social distancing and etc. It would be either emailed to the family or posted on Google Classroom or Seesaw! Thank you in advance! By the way. LOVE your materials and PINTEREST!! Thank you 😊April 7, 2020 at 2:34 pm
We appreciate your comment and kind words! If you want to send us the printables you would like for sharing, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will gladly share the downloadable links.April 7, 2020 at 2:55 pm