After requests to share with you my upcoming activities for the week, I decided to make a few standard weekly activities planners filled with our activities and supplies lists.
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I will be sharing several sample activities planners in the weeks to come. These will be very generic, not on any certain topic. I will plan it like I plan my own activities for the week. Trying to include a little bit of everything.
In each week for the activities planners, I try to include:
- a gross motor activity
- a fine motor activity
- a craft
- an art project
- an outdoor activity
- an experiment or something to get them thinking
- a family activity for Sunday
Of course, there are weeks that don’t lend to doing all of those. Rain can play a major factor in the plan and it may be all indoor activities for the week. And my mood makes a major difference in whether the activities actually get done.
But first, I want to start with these general plans for the week.
If you have a request for a particular ‘topic’ for a week of activities, please let me know. [For example, you have a toddler and a big kid and want to know what you can do with both of them, or if you have a baby and you need activities for under 1 year olds, or if you’re stuck inside due to hot or extremely cold weather].
Slowly, I’m adding more specific topics for a week of activities that you can find here.
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