Download: Schedules and learning agreements for distance learning

By The Understood Team

Expert reviewed by Amanda Morin

Keeping kids motivated to learn when you’re stuck at home can be challenging. So can staying on a schedule. That’s especially true for families with kids who learn and think differently. To help make it easier to manage, we’ve created these resources to support you and your child.

Use the learning contract to get on the same page about how you and your child will work together to make distance learning more manageable.

The picture schedules can help your child stick to daily routines. Tape them in a spot where your child can easily see them. To make your own schedule, you can cut out the individual tasks and arrange them in a way that works for your family.

Learning contract for you and your grade-schoolerPDF

Learning contract for you and your middle- or high-schoolerPDF

Picture schedule - getting readyPDF

Picture schedule - study hourPDF

Picture schedule - cleaning roomPDF

Picture schedule - evening routinePDF

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About the author

About the author

The Understood Team is made up of passionate writers and editors. Many of them have kids who learn and think differently.

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Reviewed by

Amanda Morin is the author of “The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education” and the former director of thought leadership at Understood. As an expert and writer, she helped build Understood from its earliest days.