Daily Routines- Sarah Age 9

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Here is Sarah’s schedule, but we use that word kind of loosely. If I decide to let the girls sleep in a little because they are sick or were just up late the night before, I can adjust any part of this to make the day go smoothly. Routine is in half hour increments unless noted.

Sarah’s Routine (Age 9)

Up at 7:00
Breakfast and Bible In a Year with Mom
Morning routine (Morning Routine: Get dressed,PJs away,Make bed,Brush teeth,Clean bathroom,Brush Hair,Straighten Bedroom,Pet care)
With David
Math (1 hour)
Daily Chores
Reading or Math help with Mom
Science or History
Piano
Spelling/Handwriting
Lunch
PE/Recess
Computer Time
Catch up Time/Character
Hands on Together
Bible (1 hour)
Drill/Memory Work
Afternoon Routine (Straighten House, put away all books and papers, help with dinner)
With David
Finish Schoolwork or Free
Dinner
After Dinner Routine

We do not have a night routine. Once our after dinner routine is finished, we all hang around and visit, play, act silly until David goes to bed around 9:00 PM. The we discuss our Bible in a year and character work done throughout the day, with my husband leading discussions.

Now, I realize that is pretty structured.  I do fluctuate how I am scheduling our days.  Right now, I am going for more structure because I have several projects going and need to make sure I am not neglecting the important duties of motherhood, wife, and home educator and being stricter helps me do that.  When life is pretty relaxed, this tight of a schedule would be too much.  What are your favorite scheduling tips?  What does a typical day at your house look like?

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