We do not have a “typical” school day. Each week day has different activities and therapies. I do have a routine for the week:
Please note, this is NOT a rigid schedule! In fact, I’m reasonably certain that we have never had a whole week that followed this routine. The children need sensory breaks, have meltdowns, etc. and we have to adjust accordingly.
L and J each have a large weekly schedule that show the major events of the day:
L and J have a difficult time transitioning from one activity to another. Theses portable visual schedules from Rainbow Resource are perfect for showing each child the daily school activites and their order:
Our Zones of Regulation station is used many times during the day:
C can do most subjects independently. I print out her assignments for the week using Homeschool Tracker Plus. We do dictation and discuss literature while traveling to appointments and in waiting rooms when L and J are in therapy. I usually read the books assigned to C in the evenings.