I really recommend spending the money on the PLanning Your CM Education. It will help you set your goals, make up your "big picture" plan, plan the year, and then help you break those plans into terms, weeks, and days. It is reusable, so it is a valuable resource if you are doing this for the long haul. I have other books like it, but none of them are as simple to read and use. If you can't get it now:
For the family:
The SCM history modules plan on a daily lesson if you are using them, realizing that this covers History, geography, and Bible; so M-F.
Literature, poetry, scripture memorization, character training, etc. are daily; so M-F. (To do all but the literature takes 15 minutes total a day). Literature depends on whether you use a timer, pages or chapters to set your limits.
The SCM 106 Days/Considering books are scheduled three times a week, say MWF. Nature Study is once a week, either T or Th.
Hymn study, picture study, drawing or creative art, music composer study, handicrafts is once a week, although I listen to the music everyday in the background. Ex: hymn - M; picture study - T; art - W; music study - TH, and handicrafts - F.
Math daily for one lesson or 15-20 minutes.
Lang. Art will vary on the student, but I have mine all doing copywork, and the oldest are doing the Spelling Wisdom, averaging one to two passages a week. The olders are doing grammar twice a week.
Independent reading for various subjects daily (science, history, literature...)
Insrtument practice daily
You can put anything where ever you want. That was just to kind of show what I did this year to help balance out my days. =)