Daily schedule for school closures 
This is a trying time for everyone.
As a mission-focused non-profit, it is Khan Academy’s duty to do our part to ensure students keep learning amidst the school closures. We also want to support teachers and parents to the best of our ability as we navigate this crisis together. These schedules are meant to be templates that can be used as is, or modified to better suit the needs of your children, classroom or district. For more structure and support, explore our weekly math learning plans for grade three through Algebra 2.

As you can see, Khan Academy has self-paced, interactive content--exercises, videos and articles--for students in every grade and in most major subject areas. It is all free and non-commercial and is made possible by philanthropic support from people like you.

Enjoy using these and see our Keep Everyone Learning resource page for more information. To get the student schedules in another language click here.
Sal Khan,
Founder of Khan Academy
Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade
Time
Activity
Breakfast/Get ready (Yes. Change out of PJs)
8am - 9am
9am - 9:30am
Khan Academy Kids (ideally doing it while sitting next to a parent or older sibling giving them positive feedback for effort). Khan Academy Kids starts at the basics of letters, numbers, and social emotional learning and goes through the first grade standards in math, reading, writing and social emotional learning.

For students with stronger literacy and motor skills: Khan Academy Kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade math can be appropriate. Ideally a parent or older sibling sits next to them while doing this. One practice that we’ve seen teachers use to great effect is to have all students start on Kindergarten and then move to 1st grade, 2nd grade, etc. This helps ensure that older students are filling in any knowledge gaps that may have accumulated. It also helps build momentum and confidence.

On Khan Academy, course challenges and unit tests can be used to accelerate through material. For students with minimal gaps, they should be able to get through a previous year’s content in 1-3 hours.
Play. Ideally outside if weather permits.
9:30am - 10am
Reading time. Ideally this would be time to read next to a parent or sibling. If students are ready, they can read on their own.

Suggested books (by reading level):
10:30am - 11:20am
7pm - 8pm
11:20am - 12pm
Break. Ideally run around and play outside. Have a snack.
12pm - 1pm
Writing practice.

Write and illustrate a story about someone having a funny adventure when they stay home sick.

Draw a picture of what you think a virus looks like. Tell about the different parts and how you think they work.

For more inspiration, check out our list of K-2 writing prompts.
1pm - 7pm
Lunch - Listen to an educational podcast! Try Wow in the World! If you like science, Stories Podcast or Circle Round to hear a story, or Noodle Loaf to learn about music!
Relax, go outside, play, time with family.
10am - 10:30am
Schedule
Bonus
Lights out, time to sleep!
If you’re looking for more suggestions for music, dance, drawing, painting, reading and other activities, check out:
Grade 3-5
Time
Activity
Breakfast/Get ready for an awesome day! And yes, change out of PJs :)
8am - 9am
9am - 9:40am
Assuming you’ve gotten a good night of sleep, your thinking will be sharpest in the morning so let’s start the day strong with some math! Whoo hoo!

Khan Academy math practice has got your back. Depending on your confidence and grade level, one of the following courses are likely good for you:

One practice that we’ve seen teachers and students use with great results is to start, regardless of age, on Kindergarten and then move to 1st grade, 2nd grade, etc.

Course challenges and unit tests can be used to accelerate through material. If you don’t have too many gaps, you should be able to get through a previous year’s content in 1-3 hours. If you do have gaps, it may take a bit longer, but that is good! This is your chance to fill in those gaps that might otherwise hold you back in the future.

Our Weekly Math Learning Plans for Grade 3 through Grade 5 will keep children on track and motivated to finish the school year strong.

You’ll see that if you are able to put in at least a solid 30 minutes a day of math practice and keep leveling up skills, you’ll see big gains and, most importantly, really see the world in new and exciting ways!

Once you are at your grade level, try to set a goal of leveling up at least 3 skills a week.
Play. Ideally outside if weather permits.
9:40am - 10am
We just released the first version of reading comprehension practice on Khan Academy. It is grouped by grade level:

We recommend starting at your grade level and doing 1-2 practice sets per day (or 10 practice sets per week). This should take about 10-20 minutes per day. If you find it difficult, completely okay to start at an earlier grade level. Likewise, if you find the passages and questions to be easy, feel free to move to higher grade levels.
10:30am - 11am
11am - 11:20am
Silent reading. Curl up with a favorite book or magazine. Here is a great list of titles that you might want to get your hands on.
10am - 10:30am
11:20am - 11:40am
Schedule
11:40 am - 12pm
Khan Academy Grammar

Recommend starting by taking the course challenge a few times to figure out what you know and don’t know.
Journaling/writing. Things to write about/prompts:
  • Write a funny or exciting adventure story about what happens when school is closed.
  • What are you excited or worried about?
  • Write a letter to yourself 10 years in the future.
  • What do you want to tell your future self?
  • How do you think the world will be different after COVID-19?
For more inspiration, check out our list of grade 3-5 writing prompts.
Bonus
1pm - 2pm
12pm - 1pm
2pm - 8pm
Enrichment: Khan Academy computer programming

Programming computers is far more fun and creative than you probably ever imagined. Start by creating fun cartoons and animations and work your way up to creating fun games that your friend can play.
8pm - 9pm
Relax, go outside, work on passions, time with family.
Lights out, time to sleep!
Lunch - Listen to an educational podcast! Try Brains On! If you like science, Forever Ago, and if you like history, or Story Pirates to hear funny stories written by kids.
If you’re looking for more suggestions for music, dance, drawing, painting, reading and other activities, check out:
Break/walk/play. Try to get that heart pumping again!
Grade 6-9
Time
Activity
Wake up, make your bed, eat breakfast and get ready for an awesome day! And yes, change out of PJs :)
8am - 9am
9am - 9:40am
Let’s start strong with some serious math brain training. Remember your brain is like a muscle, the more you use it the stronger it gets!

Khan Academy math practice. Depending on level, one of the following courses are likely appropriate:

One practice that we’ve seen teachers and students use to great effect is to start, regardless of age, on Kindergarten and then move to 1st grade, 2nd grade, etc.

Course challenges and unit tests can be used to accelerate through material. If you don’t have too many gaps, you should be able to get through a previous year’s content in 1-3 hours. If you do have gaps, it may take a bit longer, but that is good! This is your chance to fill in those gaps that might otherwise hold you back in the future.

Our Weekly Math Learning Plans for Grade 6 through Algebra 2 will keep children on track and motivated to finish the school year strong.
Go for walk/run. Youtube JustDance /workouts if weather is bad. Maybe 15 minutes of Yoga with Adriene?
9:40am - 10am
10 am - 11am
11:20am - 12pm
Reading time. Here is Khan Academy’s recommended reading list.

We also recommend this list from the ALA and this list from WeAreTeachers.

Sal Khan’s favorite science fiction books that he read around your age include:
  • Foundation, by Isaac Asimov
  • Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card
  • Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams
11am - 11:20am
Schedule
12pm - 1pm
Khan Academy Grammar

Recommend starting by taking the course challenge a few times to figure out what you know and don’t know.

Journaling/writing. Things to write about/prompts:
  • What would you do? Research how the virus spreads and different plans that leaders have made to slow it or stop it. Then imagine you are an elected official. Write a plan of your own to slow or stop the virus in your own town.
  • What are you excited or worried about?
  • Write a letter to yourself 10 years in the future.
  • How do you think the world will be different after the novel coronavirus?
  • What part would you play? People in many, many different jobs play a role in managing this outbreak.
  • Make a list of jobs that can contribute to a solution, and write about which job you’d want and why.
For more inspiration, check out our list of grade 6-9 writing prompts.
Bonus
2pm - 2:30pm
Science and social studies. Khan Academy high school biology could be used. Do research on what a virus is and how it spreads. Keep track of the news and how the various countries are responding to the pandemic.

Khan Academy resources:
1pm - 2pm
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Enrichment:
Programming computers is far more fun and creative than you probably ever imagined. Both these resources start by creating fun cartoons and animations and work your way up to creating fun games that your friends can play.
3:30pm - 8pm
8pm - 9pm
Relax, go outside, work on passions, time with family.
Walk/break
Lights out, time to sleep!
Lunch - Listen to an educational podcast! Try RadioLab If you like science, Forever Ago, and if you like history, or Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls to hear funny stories written by kids.
If you’re looking for more suggestions for music, dance, drawing, painting, reading and other activities, check out:
  • Wide Open School, a collection of resources curated and vetted by Common Sense Media.
Break. Walk/run outside if possible.
Grade 10-12
Time
Activity
Wake up, make your bed, eat breakfast and get ready for an awesome day! And yes, change out of PJs :)
8am - 9am
9am - 9:40am
Khan Academy math practice. Depending on level, one of the following courses are likely appropriate:

Our Weekly Math Learning Plans for Geometry through Algebra 2 will keep you on track and motivated to finish the school year strong.
Go for walk/run. Youtube JustDance /workoutsif weather is bad. Maybe 15 minutes of Yoga with Adriene?
9:40am - 10am
10 am - 10:40am
11am - 12pm
10:40am - 11am
Schedule
12pm - 1pm
Science practice on Khan Academy (high school or A.P. level):
Bonus
2pm - 2:30pm
Social studies, second science, or foreign language practice:
1pm - 2pm
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Journaling/Writing. Things to write about/prompts:
  • What would you do? Research how the virus spreads and different plans that leaders have made to slow it or stop it. Then imagine you are an elected official. Write a plan of your own to slow or stop the virus in your own town.
  • What are you excited or worried about?
  • Write a letter to yourself 10 years in the future.
  • How do you think the world will be different after the novel coronavirus?
  • What part would you play? People in many, many different jobs play a role in managing this outbreak.
  • Make a list of jobs that can contribute to a solution, and write about which job you’d want and why.
For more inspiration, check out our list of grade 10-12 writing prompts.
3:30pm -11pm
11pm
Relax, go outside, work on passions, time with family.
Lights out, time to sleep!
Lunch - Listen to an educational podcast! Try This American Life If you like storytelling, or RadioLab or Science Friday if you like science!
If you’re looking for more suggestions for music, dance, drawing, painting, reading and other activities, check out:
  • Wide Open School, a collection of resources curated and vetted by Common Sense Media.
Break/Walk
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