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Free homeschool timetable: Do you really need one?

We are all finding that we have been thrown in at the deepend, and have to start homeschooling the kids. For some of us, a homeschool timetable is a godsend as it helps us give structure to the day. For other the free homeschool timetable represents just another pressure and a worry in an already confusing time.

So, do we all really need a homeschool timetable?

Everyday is a new beginning. Take a deep breath and start again.

We are offering one to you here BUT this is not something you HAVE to do. Having a timetable of activities for your kids is a personal choice, and if it doesn’t work for you. Walk on by.

Homeschooling is something that we all have to get used to in our own way, and if the structure of a timetable puts too much pressure on you to achieve “Perfection” as a parent. Cut yourself some slack. We are in this together.

However, if you do want a little bit of structure, then we are here to help you, whether its with a few nice free printables, or that homeschool timetable, we will try and help.

Free homeschooling timetable

free homeschooling timetable

We have tried to keep the timetable pretty simple, so it is easy to use, and so you can structure the day in whatever way works for you and the kids.

This means that there could be LOADS OF TIME WHEN YOU DON’T DO A THING.

Perhaps you can even schedule in some wine…..?!? 🍷🤣

free homeschooling timetable

See – you can do what you want with it?!?!

Joking aside (!), what you decide to do will depend on your kids’ age, as well as their and your attitude to learning.

We do have a little example here for a younger child – but don’t feel you even have to follow this. The homeschool timetable is for you to work through, and the day is yours.

free homeschooling timetable

We produced this timetable 2 weeks ago, and have debated whether or not we should share it with our readers. We don’t want to be a source of anxiety with you all. We’re here to help and not to hinder. BUT, we have had readers ask for it, so here is it for those that feel happy with the structure and direction.

For the complete timetable – including the example…
click on the image below.

free printable homeschooling timetable

We know this isn’t for everyone. Print it out and try it. If you find that it doesn’t work for you, and it is proving to give you more pain and pressure than patience and playfulness, then you gave it a go and it didn’t work.

Bin it! Take a look at our free coloring instead and do a spot of mindfulness instead.

We do also have a landscape version as well for those of you that like your timetables horizontal… 😂

free homeschooling timetable

If you are looking for other resources on the site, then do take. a look here for ideas and thoughts to help get through the homeschooling day.

Other homeschool ideas and resources on KiddyCharts

Check out some of these pointers and ideas for homeschool from KiddyCharts. We have a lot of resources for you - whatever you are looking for.

We suspect that you will rather like all of the above, even if the free homeschool timetable isn’t for you, and you never use it again…!

We have a free printable each week for you on the site, at least, and sometimes we manage to give even more than that away to you. Why not sign up to our newsletter so you get all the goodies into your email?

Thanks for coming to visit us and see you again in a few days, we hope…

free homeschooling timetable printable

Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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