This picture of boxes is not exactly the boxes system that some use. It's just five boxes on top of the shelves where they have their toys and some puzzles in our multipurpose room. Since I'm going to have a week with each day destined to these:We sleep upstairs, and when we wake up, before we go downstairs I plan to ask them to look at the basket and see what the day will unfold for us. This is a flexible schedule, days may vary and WILL vary, I know that. It's just a visual way of having our weekly goals and activities and easy for me to add something every night that will help us set the pace for next day. I'll let you know how this works.
Monday library, Tuesday nature walks, Wednesday literature and poetry, Thursday games, and Friday cooking, art, or project, I thought I'd use these baskets for each day to put some things in them as library books we have to return, our cards, their nature journals or things we bring from our walks, maybe some games or manipulatives for Thursday, write a note for them to read about what we'll be cooking that Friday, for our poetry books in the Wednesday basket.
This is the Ambleside year 0.5 (Kindergarten) list of books at Amazon that I'm following for our history, literacy, additional readings, science, etc. Many are free for the Kindle, or Kindle PC. Some are public domain books, free to read or print.
This document below is the planner I'll use. I like empty boxes to write what we've been doing. It's good for me to have some written record, apart from the blog, and in years past we can always read what we were doing, our activities, books, and things that made up our days.