We've settled into a very nice routine with our learning. I felt like it took us quite a while to settle into having three full-time learners. Here's, in general, how our days go:
10:00, davening (all of us)
10:45, parsha stories, navi (we're reading shoftim right now), songs, halachos (all of us)
11:30-1:00, they each get their stack of books and get to work
Raizel & Eli: math, Explode the Code, penmanship, Hebrew cursive (Eli), Writing With Ease, First Language Lessons
Amirah: math, Writing With Ease, First Language Lessons, spelling
1:45, Avi (alef beis and alphabet)
2:00, Raizel (Aleph Champ, Hebrew vocabulary, English reading)
2:30, Eli (ditto!)
3:00, Amirah (chumash, speedreading Hebrew, L'shon Hatorah (biblical grammar), English oral reading)
We usually finish by 4:00. History and science we do in the "off" hours, in the evenings or on Sundays. Time has been short, so our history has mostly been Story of the World (as a story book!), and historical fiction. We haven't done as much mapwork as we did last year. I'm hoping to get some more of that in! I'm also hoping to faithfully get to piano and recorder on Mondays and Thursdays. It's a challenge, for sure. Four different levels all at once has its challenges.
And my big challenge? I really want to have them read the whole megillah, starting tomorrow. It will be Eli & Raizel's first real foray into reading outside their siddur and Aleph Champ and incidental reading here and there. We'll see how it goes!