Robinson Curriculum Reviews: 1st Grade Schedule

This is the schedule the works for my 6 year old. For easy record-keeping, I use Google Calendar a lot.   I taught my son to pray to the Holy Spirit before he begins his Math subject.  He likes the idea that he only has 4 subjects.

8:00 – 9:00 am  Holy Mass

9:00 Breakfast

9:30  Math (30 minutes to 1 hour)

10:30  Reading,  3-letter to 4 letter short sounds and consonant blends plus actual books (30 minutes to one hour)

11:30  Lunch

12:00 Cursive Writing (start with single letters and then trace actual words)

1:00  Religion (Memorize prayers and read )

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