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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Summer Schedule - Works for Me Wednesday (WFMW)




So, summer is here, and the kids must be entertained. Therefore, I have created a schedule in Powerpoint for us to loosely follow throughout the week. I am definitely flexible, but having this schedule will help us find our way if we find ourselves floundering. And that way I won't wonder where the day has gone at 5:30 when my husband comes home! :)


Monday and Tuesday are AT HOME DAYS. This is what they should look like:



Wednesday is Water Day. We will be getting wet somewhere on Wednesdays. We don't have direct access to a pool, but there are several places we can rotate for swimming. This is what it should look like:


Thursday is Movie Day where we go to the free movies at the Regal movie theater. This is what Thursday should look like:




Sometimes Friday will be an at home day and sometimes it will be a letterboxing day. I haven't done a schedule for Friday yet...not quite sure about what I want it to look like.



This schedule thing is brand new to me, so I'm hoping that it will work for me and my kiddos, but I can't promise that I'll be sticking to it everyday. It will give us a bit of a guideline, though. I'll let you know how it is going periodically.



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6 love notes to me!:

Family O'Foxes said...

I love your idea of giving each day a purpose.
How about Friday as Field Trip Day (visit a zoo, visit a new park, go to the library and so on). just an idea.
I think I need to do this...except every day from 1 to 5 my son has gymnastic team practice. So,that pretty much takes up our afternoons.
~Amy

imadramamama said...

I love the idea of this but I have a question for you. When during the day do you make time for stuff for you (blogging, to-do list, etc.)?

Now that the kids are home for the summer, I feel like I am relying on the TV more and more often, which I don't like but can't seem to make myself break out of...

Jen said...

When the kids are playing with friends outside, or watching a movie, I blog and do stuff I want to or need to do. My kids are fairly independent at ages 8 and 4, though. If yours are younger, that might be tougher.

SAHMmy Says said...

I need a summer schedule! Right now, every day is pool day! Which is really fun, but I want to do lots of other summer activities too. Thanks for the inspiration.

Kelli said...

Your schedule looks great by the way...I need to do one of those.

Derek & Erica Rawson said...

Found you via Works for Me Wednesday... love the schedule. I was wondering for those of us (okay me...) who are not very great on the computer would you email me the power point schedule.

Erica @ erickalr@yahoo.com