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Quarantine Ideas for Families - Making a Home Schedule

Quarantine Ideas for Families - Making a Home Schedule

Daily Schedule for School Closures. Khan Academy has created free daily schedules for students age 2 to 18. ... These schedules are meant to be templates that can be used as-is, or modified to better suit the needs of your children, classroom or district. Credit: Sal Khan, Khan Academy.  https://bit.ly/2XaOx4v

How to Create a Quarantine Schedule for Kids at Home That Won't Stress You Out.  Includes a  schedule for working at home with a baby, a toddler/preschooler, elementary school, middle schoolers, and high school youth. Credit: Rebecca Hastings, Parents Magazine. https://bit.ly/3bzlFHY

How to keep your kid on a schedule during coronavirus school closings. Includes a colorful chart by photographer Jessica McHale and a more in-depth schedule for teens by Amber Robbins, a grad student in teen counseling. Credit, Melkorka Licea, New York Post. https://bit.ly/2zFLd96

My Healthy Week. Use this chart to encourage three good hygiene habits that keep little ones healthy and strong. Hang it somewhere kids can easily see, such as the refrigerator. When your kids finish brushing their teeth, washing hands, or sleeping for 10 hours (recommended for ages 3–5), encourage them to color in the square. At the end of a healthy week, share a healthy snack! Credit: Sesame Street in Communities. https://bit.ly/3cwgwlm

Last Updated: 05/18/20