How to Organize a Homeschool Day

Having a well thought out plan for your homeschool day is imperative to having a peaceful home and homeschool. Finding a schedule and plan that works for your family doesn’t have to be difficult! Join Ashley Nielsen, a Vice President at The Good and the Beautiful as she explores a few simple principles and steps that are sure to help every single homeschool family with their homeschool schedules. To watch more helpful videos like this one, make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel. We have so much to share with you that we hope will encourage and bless your families!

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  • Tara

    Thank you for your response. Since my last email, I have received my order. There are a few mistakes. How do I go about fixing the mix up, also a few books were missing, but highlighted on the order form, does this meaning it’s on bavk order? Nothing was explained.

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  • We start each new school year in January. This gives me relief if we take too much time off. I take all subjects and divide them up by 12 months. This gives me a final goal we must complete by.

    For example, if language arts has 120 lesson, that’s 10 lessons a month. Therefore January we have to complete lesson 10. And by the last day of February we have to complete lesson 20. We are usually far ahead most of the year. When we get ahead, that gives us time to take off. I rarely have to say no to an unexpected play date or field trip.

    We struggle with morning routines and start time. We have no real schedule since covid. Bedtimes and wake times vary to extremes. After watching the video, I am Going to try to make 10am our start time. I’m thinking read aloud time with a cup of coffee. Follow with Math and language arts. Next will be the independent work, typing, handwriting, reading. I’d like to save history and science for evenings. Maybe just after dinner. Follow up with our night time routine. This will ensure we get plenty of day time for the pool, outings, or just chill out time.

  • sara

    What a great video – so very helpful!! I am eager to design my own daily routine – or at least try a few with my children and see what works best for us. Thank you again for all the helpful suggestions!

  • The Good and the Beautiful

    We suggest four lessons per week to finish the course in one school year but we highly encourage families to adapt the courses and curriculum to their own child. If your child is ready to complete more work, there should not be any problem with them working at a faster pace. We hope you love the courses!