2008 Daily Calendar

Moshi-moshi 😉

Thank you so much for your love and supports! *yes, it is YOU*

Today, I had finished our home-school’s paperwork and documentations *alhamdulillah*

Below I listed our family home-school’s daily calendar (LittleKittle) for year 2008.

You may snatch our ideas to put on your little kiddy’s timetable too *yeay*

2008 Routine
There are only two ways to live your life. One as though nothing is a miracle, the other as though everything is a miracle ~ Albert Einstein

Home-school Day-to-Day Agenda:

Block 1 :
Begins @ 6 am

  • Subuh prayer, read Quran’s (at least 2 pages)

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Block 2 :
Begins @ 7am

  • Everyone rises
  • Read prayer to start the day (together with kiddies)
  • Dressed
  • Start a load of laundry with kiddies help
  • Breakfast
  • Breakfast clean up / Table chores
  • Brush Teeth / Bathroom Training / Shower
  • Exercise Time” with catchy music
  • Rest, drink mineral water
  • Clear mind (meditation)
  • Eurythmics Time” with Mozart, Beethoven music’s or such
  • Calendar Time” with kiddies / Pledge
  • Lab Time” with kiddies
  • Character Training / Habit of the week
  • Kiddies have some free time / “Play Time” or PHDC time

(Mama does some chores / laundry or lunch & dinner prep / most of the time with kiddies)

  • Clean up time / 10 minutes ~ Tidy with timer

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Block 3 :
Begins @ 10 am

  • Around the Globe activities (mapping, flag, statistics, facts, etc)
  • Letter and Number Of The Week: Roman / Arabic / Greek (by daily arrangement)
  • Craft Time” / Baking Class / Hands On Project
  • If not too hot~ outside play or inside games with Mama
  • Lunch Prep / Lunch
  • Table chores / Lunch clean up
  • Mama reads / teach reading for kiddies ~ 20 minutes for each ones (kiddy take turns, while waiting, kiddy could have their own time)
  • Play Time” in play room if time allows
  • Clean up time / 10 minutes ~ Tidy with timer

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Block 4 :
Begins @ 1 pm

  • Nap Time” / Quite time (All 3 kiddies go down for a nap for at least 2 hours)
  • Quite Time” for Mama, mostly fall asleep with kiddies)

During this time of peace and quite, Mama might do a number of the following:

  • Have my Zohor Prayer Time ~ 15 – 20 minutes
  • Replying clients emails ~ 15 – 20 minutes
  • Read from current book~ 30 – 45 minutes
  • Take care of some chores / laundry ~ 20 to 30 minutes
  • Computer Time / Book Writings / Designing / Blog ~ 30 minutes to an hour
  • Cook dinner or Dinner Prep

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Block 5 :
Begins @ 3 pm

(If kiddies are up)

  • Light Snack (veggies or yogurt)
  • Computer Lesson” (art / games / math / languages / science / IT/ etc ~ daily schedule by Mama)
  • Afternoon Activity or “Play Outside” with Papa and Mama (if not rain) or Music with Papa (if rainy days)
  • Mama ~ Dinner prep if not done

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Block 6 :
Begins @ 6 pm

  • Kiddies have dancing / martial art / movie / machinery / NGEO time; session with Papa
  • Drink mineral water
  • Bath time / Brush teeth / Diaper changes / Lotion and Massage / Pajamas on
  • Maghrib Prayer (Jama’ah prayer) & “Quran’s Time”; reading for the whole family
  • Cook dinner ~ if not yet done
  • Isyak Prayer
  • Dinner Time
  • Kitchen clean up / Table chores
  • Movie Nite (if any) or kiddies have free time in play room (next to kitchen)

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Block 7 :
Begins @ 9 pm

  • Mama reads 3 books or chapter for kiddies (Book of choice for each child)
  • Drink mineral water / Potty
  • Papa blesses / prays over kiddies
  • Hugs and kisses (with salaam) with Papa & Mama and kiddies get their ‘rocket-ship‘ from Papa, 10 times per child
  • Kiddies Prayers, Bedtime Stories, Singing (99 of Allah’s Names, Prophet Muhammad’s chant, Zikrullah)
  • Lights out for kiddies at 11 pm

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Block 8 :
Begins @ 11 pm

  • Nurse baby, put to bed

Mama chores:

  • Tidy up the house
  • Take shower / floss / lotion
  • Read / write or computer if time allows
  • Go over Bed-time routine 30 minutes before bed
  • Lay out kiddies clothes, check calendar, look over next days lessons
  • Bed time between 11:00 and Midnight

Papa’s Night Duty:

  • Finish Kitchen clean up if not completed (Washing dishes, empty shiny sink)
  • Sweep floors
  • Mop floors (if needed)
  • Showered
  • Personal Time with Mama

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The End 😉

Oh yes, you may also download the above schedule in PDF format by clicking; here!

May you have a wonderful day

About MamaFiza

Born in 1984. Family 1st; living in boulevard of peace, loving my treasured family, fully breastfeeding my precious 4 kids (tandem nursing) *30 months duration for each of 'em*, homeschool advocate, book writer, Work-at-Home-Mom (WAHM), certified Lactation Counselor (LC), official ZIN, yoga + pilates enthusiast, no pacifier & no maid rules! [Praise to God]

14. January 2008 by MamaFiza
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Comments (11)

  1. fiza,
    this is great!!

    i wish you ALL the best in your homeschooling. semoga allah beri kejayaan yang besar atas usaha bersungguh2 fiza.

    catch you around!!

  2. Mamafiza..
    Keep it up and will support u alwiz

  3. I am so impressed with your daily activity schedule! Tak sangka banyak betul aktiviti yang boleh kita buat dengan anak-anak dalam masa 1 hari. Time management is very important.
    I wish you all the best in ‘homeschool’ for your kids. Reading your schedule, I have no doubt at all that your homeschool will be a success!

  4. mama,

    Thanks for sharing.
    Schedule downloaded.

  5. salam.

    tabik spring to you. just reading your schedule is enough to inspire me to continue homeschooling my kids. what a vibrant and creative family! so dengan besar hatinya i downldd your schedule and nak apply for my troop.

    my hmskul memang tak ter structured like yours. kids growing on the road la katakan, so mostly we cover geography, science on the road sambil sembang bab-bab ketuhanan (muhd and musa’s favourite).

    now nak abiskan pantang at home so bolehlah apply the schedule.

    ps: u mentioned ‘documentation’. for whom? personal or MOE?

    Sha *H/P no: your no had been kept as privacy* Muchas gracias!

  6. salam, k.fiza..

    i’m just starting to home school my 2 kids (girl 4, boy 2). Glad to find out about ur blog + it seems like we are living in the same area- bbb. Hmm, that’s cool ;). Your timetable really inspire me much on being an organised person ;).

    Thanks for sharing anyway.

  7. oopps. sorry, i just realised that you are just 23 y.o. Nice 😉

  8. great site! im so going to use this timetable as a guideline. 🙂 and thx for sharing your teaching methods.

  9. Fiza…

    Alhamdulillah…i’m so happy…i’m waiting this timetable to help in my mix homeschooling (due to i’m working..ehehe)
    thanks yar…may Allah bless you

  10. Thanks soooooooooooooooooo much for the post. this is just what I needed this morning

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