It helps her mood a lot (and therefore mine) to have her back at school. It really helps break up the day. She gets back around noon. That leaves a little time to play before lunch and nap. Then after nap Evie and Adrian get home and we start homework and then dinner and a bit more play before bedtime. She's not sleeping all that comfortably which means Steve and I aren't sleeping well yet so it really helps when she's not bored during the days.
We did have some time to pull out one of the sticker activity books I'd bought for her recovery period. I don't know why we haven't done these sooner. It's great on many levels. She doesn't really like stickers because they are...well, sticky. So it's good to overcome her adversion to sticky things. She can work on pointing, making choices, learning the names of things on stickers and page, and it takes a fair amount of dexterity to apply the sticker to the page. She needs practice. And it's a good one-on-one activity.