In addition to practicals like getting dressed, her routine includes her math page (unless we are to a new lesson), hand exercises, writing in her journal (the date, and right now she is writing her phone number to help her learn it--before she was practice her name with lowercase), and her CD.
I make the CD on the computer. It includes a bible verse memory song (even though I haven't been working with her on the memory lately--at least she's hearing it and we'll work on it eventually), her German lesson(Power Glide), and a story. When she is learning math facts, those songs are included as well. Next year I will be including Audio Memories Geography Songs.
The stories come from several online sources such as:
http://www.kiddierecords.com/2006/index.htm (Thanks Cara!)--These are old records with classic stories, books, etc.
http://www.homeschoolradioshows.com/ You sign up for a weekly e-mail to get various stories--after a while you get quite a collection. These are mostly old radio programs--many are historical or based on literature.
http://www.write2teach.com/books-hr/index.php This is Aesop's Fables--14 volumes--284 stories. I would assume that's the complete collection! :)
http://storynory.com/2006/09/24/alices-adventures-in-wonderland-by-lewis-carroll/ is Alice in Wonderland.
http://lightupyourbrain.com/audio-stories-for-children.html Here's more including a couple Beatrix Potter stories.
http://www.archive.org/details/fifty_famous_stories_lc_librivox is Fifty Favorite Stories Retold by James Baldwin.
Several of these links have other stories on the same site if you want to look around.