Last week in my post Confessions of a Structured Homeschooler, I showed you how particular I am about organizing my curriculum.
I like things to be orderly and make sense. My family manages our time best when we have a schedule and stick to it. We haven’t worked out the schedule this school-year, yet. I’ll let you see it when it’s done.
Apparently, some of my time management has rubbed off on my five-year-old. She was playing baby dolls the other day and created this:
The Baby Checker.
In case you can’t quite read kindergartner’s spelling, I’ll translate:
The Baby Checker (aka check-list)
1:00 Get Dressed (She wrote grest, doesn’t “dr” sound like “j”?)
2:00 Have Breakfast and naps
3:00 Have a Bottle
4:00 Play Outdoors
5:00 Go In-Doors
6:00 Get Lunch
7:00 Get ready for Bed
8:00 Get Books Readen.
The End Good-Bye
I thought it was funny that she started her day with 1:00 but she knew bedtime was at 8:00, even if it is just after lunch.
She keeps that Baby on a tight schedule!