Whether you’re an Excel whizkid or prefer felt-tips to create a poster, there’s lots of ways to make a daily schedule to plan your days in isolation with kids. I’ve added a few of my favourites examples below to show how simply you can keep it!
Setting time aside to connect with older or vulnerable family and friends should definitely be a daily “task” to enjoy.
Add in a daily incentive for good behaviour such as a later bedtime or extra time on free-play to help make your life easier.
If you need to try to work from home whilst schools are closed then make sure you plan in activities which will hold their attention enough so you can concentrate on your work too.
Unless you’ve been told to partake in shielding (for the most vulnerable of our society) then getting fresh air is still being encouraged, so add this into your daily schedule too. It’s important to ensure we don’t get vitamin deficient during this time so plenty of sunshine is important as long as you keep social distancing whilst you’re out.