My best advice is to peg enchanted education moments into your natural routines. This has helped us tremendously in making sure these types of things get done regularly. For us that is mealtimes, right after lunch (one more thing after lunch is one of the best tips I have every gotten - everyone is full and happy, toddlers and babies are typically napping, you can squeeze in those simple, yet enchanting, projects - then send everyone off to quiet time!), Friday afternoons when we are done with our regularly stuff, afternoon snack, etc. Things you are doing everyday anyway, so you spruce it up a bit by reading aloud excellent literature, or following up lunch with time for art. Popping in a Classical Kids CD while you eat breakfast. Enjoy poetry while you have an afternoon snack. I peg different types of read alouds to different days/meals. I love the short, simple lessons that are rich with beauty and enchantment. I'd take a look at your natural routine, peg in a couple things and see how it goes. Once you have a good routine you can add more, or maybe see that what you added is just perfect for right now.
Here are some things that I have pegged in our routines through the week. We aren't doing all of this now, but just highlighting things that have been successful to give you ideas.
*Poetry Tea - I pegged this to afternoon snack. we combine this with a baking day so we can cook up a treat, then we all pull off our favorite poetry book from the shelves, set a nice table, eat and enjoy poetry. We do this every single Wednesday. I don't have them memorize, but they definitely do and we have recently started off our time with reciting those we have memorized.
*Fairty Tale Tea - Also pegged to afternoon snack. we use our leftover baked goods a couple days later and we read a short (or sometimes tall!) stack of fairy tales. I try to select a tried and true favorite, something new to us (maybe a different version of one we have already read), and then I read a tale from the blue fairy book.
*Nature Study - Every single Tuesday no matter (unless we are super sick) what we head out and explore our area, trying to go to different locations, but also returning to favorites so we can watch the change with the seasons. For us we prefer to explore, look in detail with a magnifying glass, take pictures, collect if we can, etc. The day after we will choose one thing we saw, photographed, collected, etc. and do a bit of research. This is done right after lunch. Then we will sketch it in a journal. My oldest will do a short written narration. I'll scribe for my 5-year-old whatever he wants me to write. This year we are trying to focus on a topic each month and reading a few books along the way. But honestly, we've been doing nature study for years without any extras and it has been perfect. Oh, you can also check out Harmony Art Mom - she's has excellent info on nature study. This year we are also loving Nature Anatomy and Farm Anatomy. We have also loved naturexplorers by shining dawn books.
*Art - we love art very, very much. We do this every day after lunch and different days are pegged with different types of art. It is the perfect time for us because I usually read aloud at lunch as long as the toddler lets me, then I have to finish up once she's napping. They'll do art while I read. I read plenty of literature about famous artists Wednesday over breakfast. My favorite are picture books, but there are several books that have a collection of artists that we also use - try Usborne or 13 famous paintings every child should know (this is a great series). We also enjoy the books by Mike Venezia. I did artistic pursuits with my oldest and just used time and practice to get him drawing. The more they draw the more comfortable they get. The key is just giving them plenty of opportunities. I find random art projects online to do and we just do them. One book we have really enjoyed working through is 52 art project for kids - I highly recommend this. We work through one project a week. We have also enjoyed Hodgpodge chalk pastels, working with sculpey clay, projects from Deep Space Sparkle, Harmony Art Mom, and just simply working with excellent art supplies. Maybe you don't want to do this much art, so just peg Artistic Pursuits to every Monday (or a day that works) after lunch - read it at the beginning of lunch, then have the supplies ready for them to create when they finish eating while you are still reading aloud from a chapter book.
*Science - we have been loving the science kits from Steve Spangler Science. We subscribe and they come once a month. These have been excellent for us and we have never had to add more than water! We also read plenty from the library and do any experiments we can mentioned in the book. My oldest loved the Magic School Bus videos, books, and science kits. I am hoping to get my 5-year-old some of the science kits soon because he loves the show. We have also started using Mystery Science and give it two thumbs up.
*Music - love Classical Kids cds! We also love reading picture books from the library. I don't really do much more than that. I'd love to check out SQUILT at some point.
*Literature - picture books are our love language here, with a healthy dose of good literature read aloud. We are working through the FIAR booklist, some titles on the Homeschool Share list. We love picture book biographies and fairy tales. Oh my, I could give you a list of excellent picture books that are worth taking the time to read that would last you a couple years at least. If you'd like me to I am more than happy to share! I love the color fairy books by Lang (The Blue Fairy Book, The Red Fairy Book, etc.). Thorton Burgess is amazing! Bruce Coville has excellent picture books for Shakespeare for a nice introduction. Little House, Charlotte's Web, Roald Dahl, Winnie the Pooh, Pippi Longstocking, Cricket in Times Square, Little Britches, Narnia. I could keep going and I am happy to if it will help. Oh, and check out Read Aloud Revival - she has an excellent list.