My top homeschool tip as a homeschooling/unschooling family is to have a daily rhythm and visual schedule!
If you aren’t one for strict daily schedules with buckets of curriculum and checklists, then keep reading!
I recently grabbed the Visual Daily Rhythm Cards from Treehouse Schoolhouse and I’m really pleased with how well it’s working for our family!
I printed out the Visual Daily Rhythm Cards on heavy watercolor paper and they are SO PRETTY! The watercolor paper makes the graphics look more rustic and the font is still easy to read for my early reader. My two non-readers love this visual schedule too because they are starting to remember what the pictures represent and know what to expect. This has been especially helpful for my autistic son!
Because the textured watercolor paper is so pretty, I didn’t want to laminate them and use velcro strips so I opted to get one of those Daily Schedule Pocket Charts ($12 on Amazon). As you can see, they don’t fit perfectly and I haven’t decided whether to cut the cards to fit or not. 🤔 What do you think?
You can grab these beautiful Daily Rhythm Cards in the Treehouse Schoolhouse here.
Even if you send your kids to public school, a visual schedule like this can be helpful, especially on the weekends. I highly recommend it!
Also, I just have to say I LOVE this clock for teaching kids to tell time. Even my 3-year-old can tell time now because of this awesome wall clock.