So I found a fabulous weekly planner somewhere in my files. I have no idea where I got it but it looks perfect for us and the way our week goes.
Because we dont have a strict routine, I like this planner because it just highlights what I want to get done. It dosnt matter when or how long each activity takes, but as long as it is done over the week, by Shabbos, then I know I am in good shape!
Now it is just a Theme Planner, meaning that it is planned around the weekly Parshah or Jewish Holiday. It does not include Hebrew Reading or writing, although I would like to incorporate that at one stage. For now, here it is:
And here is a pdf version with clear boxes:
(I usually love color and graphics, but for this planner, I left it pretty simple)
And here is how I filled it in for the week:
Hachnasas Orchim (Hospitality to guests), Bikur Cholim (Visiting the sick)
99– age Avraham Briss
100– age Sara gave birth
Build a tent with 4 entrances, someone pretend to be Avraham with food to offer “guests”
Eat snack inside the tent that is built
Make a Tent out of paper with 4 entrances
Glue real sand to the floor
Make a welcome mat
Discuss ways we can stay healthy, make a chart of healthy and unhealthy foods
Discuss ways that you are and how to be hospitable and host guests
Discuss North, South, East and West
Make a compass (from http://www.youthonline.ca/crafts/makingacompass.shtml):
Hope someone finds this somewhat helpful!