Here's a close up in case you missed the date on which this was completed.
To make this daily schedule chart, you'll need:
the printables at the end of the post
clear contact paper laminate
hot glue gun
something to stick it all to the wall
something to store your parts in
First, let me address the contact paper thing. I would LOVE a laminator. Love it. Alas I don't have one. So I use contact paper when I want something to last. Usually. Sometimes I ask my mom to laminate. Anyway, this time I used the Contact paper that was clear LAMINATE. Not just clear. I didn't know if there would be a difference, but after I used it I was pretty sure it worked much better. I don't know. You tell me. Onward!
Print out the printables. Use a scissors or a circle punch to punch out the activities and a scissors to cut out the months and days.
1. Cover the chart with contact paper. When working with contact paper I've found it's easiest to go from top corner diagonally to bottom corner, moving slowly and pressing down with one hand as you go.
2. Place the circle pieces and small rectangles on the contact paper, cover them and cut them out.
3. Hot glue long pieces of velcro - two pieces vertically next to the times and one piece horizontally under the title.
4. Hot glue small pieces of the opposite side of velcro to the back of the circles and rectangles.
5. Figure out how to put it on the wall. I wanted something non permanent, but not a command strip since those things always fall off.
6. And put it up!
I used jars to store the pieces. I found this awesome metal milk bottle holder thingy in great shape at the thrift store. I fell in love. The end.
It's a super simple fix and the kids love pulling the pieces off and figuring out where to put all of them.
The printables are below. I made one with the times on it and one that's blank so you can fill in your own times (since I doubt your schedule is identical to this one).
The picture activities are pretty self-explanatory. The cleaning supplies are for chores, the food items for going grocery shopping. The pen and pencil are for "school work" which we practice at home. There's two with books - one with the kids reading and one for me to read to them. I found a picture of a car like mine and that's for "field trips" or outings. The swing set is for playing in the backyard, not to be confused with the park picture. The kid with the microphone is singing time, because they love it when we all sing together. And the gold star is "free choice time." They're all free clipart.
(and though they look gray, they're actually white.)
Hopefully this will help you arrange your summer days!