She was mostly a SAHM for me.
Back then, they had a bus come around and pick up all the kids.
Thanks for all the suggestions.
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No schedule really. With the 2 year olds we already have somewhat of a routine - either gym or park once or twice a week, story time once a week, and "whatever" the rest of the time. Usually the teenagers have some kind of sports activity or short-duration camp (a week here or there of some sort), plus we have a pool, they can just run around outside in general, have playdates here or at a friends, I have some arts/crafts sort of things, sometimes we'll plan to go somewhere for an outing though not every week, and we have one summer vacation. It always seems to fly by.
I can see with ages 3 and 5 it might be good to have more of a plan or structure. I've got younger and older, younger does fine without much structure plus the still nap, and older kind of make their own plans 1/2 the time.
I've been the VBS director for my church for the past two summers. We use a multi-age curriculum, but do not allow children under 4 to participate unless they have a parent or other family member over the age of 18 participating with them.
Unless there's a separate preschool curriculum (they do exist, but