Winter 3.0 Morning Time Plans


Seven weeks of pre-made Morning Time plans loosely based around a seasonal theme. Bring beauty (and fun!) to your homeschool with poetry, fine arts, nature study, good books, and so much more — all prepared for you with your choice of a grid or loop schedule to follow. Now includes LEVEL UP activities with ideas on the topics for your older kids.

We took all the hard work out of planning Morning Time!

These Morning Time plans are designed for ease-of-use for new moms and veterans alike. They feature:

  • Intro material with tips and instructions for doing all the subjects
  • A weekly grid and lesson plan lists help you plan your week
  • OR a loop schedule laying out all the subjects and activities to be done — just do the next thing(s) each day
  • Printable booklist to take to the library
  • Copies of poems to print for your family
  • An easy-to-use web page with links to all the videos and tutorials in the plans, as well as links to the books and art supplies for your convenience
Download a sample

The sample contains a smattering of pages from the intro, an example of a printable booklist page, printable poem page, weekly grid, and loop schedule page.

Topics and subjects included in these plans are:
  • Memorization – Shakespeare
  • Poetry – Robert William Service
  • Music appreciation – Musicals
  • Picture study – Wassily Kandinsky
  • Movement – Hand clap games
  • Art – Color and form inspired by Kandinsky
  • Nature Study – Nature journals, guided nature walks (really!)
  • Jokes, Puzzles, Riddles
  • Level Up activities for older kids (including Plutarch!)
  • Picture books – fabulous selections to accompany the subject areas
  • Read Alouds – two great chapter books scheduled for you to choose between

* Note: Completing Plutarch (Level Up for older kids) as written will require a purchased resource. Click here to see the resource.

Frequently Asked Questions

This set of plans work for kids from toddler to teen. They include a “level up” option to add more depth to specific topics for older students, but even the regular activities are appropriate for all ages.

As an example, if the plans are having you do a picture study of a Monet painting, that activity is appropriate for all ages. If you have only older kids you might leave off the suggested picture book about Monet’s life. The value of the original activity remains the same.

For this set of plans you would need to purchase the resource to complete the Level Up activities for Plutarch if you have children about ages 11 and up. You can find that here.

Many of the plans do contain Christian content, though secular families in our community have told us they were able to adapt the plans to their needs. We profess the Nicene Creed as our statement of faith.

If you have another question that has not been answered here, email us at We will be happy to help you out.


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