|Daily activity||Duration||Times per Day||Activity Options|
|Academic Time||30-50 Minutes||4-6||Read and review learning materials, take notes, complete learning activities, attend online learning sessions|
|Brain Breaks||15-30 minutes||2-3||Take a walk, get a snack, stretch, do yoga or mindful meditation, dance, play outside|
|Meals||30-60 minutes||3||Eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner (interact with family members during meal time)|
|Chores||15-30 minutes||2-3||Make bed, tidy up room and workspace, help prepare meals, set table, put away toys|
|Socialization||30 minutes||2-3||FaceTime or meet online with friends or family, meet with clubs virtually, social media, play board games, cards, or backyard games|
|Enrichment||Varies||Varies||Read, create: use art supplies, legos, building materials, watch an educational program, play or learn a musical instrument, listen to a podcast or audiobook, write a letter or journal, explore virtual field trips, do puzzles or puzzle book activities (word search, logic puzzles, crosswords, Sudoku)|
For additional inspiration on activities check out this card DRAFT: Remote recess resources
Free learning activities, lessons, downloadables, and videos for kids in Grades K–12
Many activities are available in Spanish
Their "Ready, Set, School!" student podcasts, specific to grade levels, help kids to understand how school will feel different this year and give them the tools and reassurance for success.
The printable schedules are personalizable and come in both written and drawn out formats.
They are accompanied by annotated parent guides that provide helpful tips to carve out parent work time throughout the day.