If you are a member of the Russian Church than the prayers fround in the numerous prayerbooks that come from ther Russian tradtion wwould work well for you.
As for my family we do morning prayer together with me reading (simple chant) the prayers aloud in front of our Icon corner. My wife listens and she tries to keep the children quite (they are all very young but still grasp what we are doing). I also read the daily Epistle and Gospel then we venerate the cross that we keep the corner. Our evening prayer is a little different as the children are in bed well before my wife and I pray (though they also do a night time prayer prior to laying down). At this time my wife and I will switch off reading the evening prayers i.e. I read one then she reads one etc.
We have done this for a couple of years now and it is a part of our life but it took a while before it was a habit. We will sometimes add to or abbreviate our prayer rule so that the prayers are not dry. Once in awhile we will sing an akathist instead of the usual prayers. The goal is to come together to give thanks to God and ask for His forgiveness every morning and evening (and before and after meals for that matter).
Here are the daily prayers of the Russian tradition - http://www.myriobiblos.gr/texts/english/prayerbook/main.htm
I would also advise you to read St. Theophan the Recluse and his advice on prayer rule is very helpful. see the links below:http://orthodoxinfo.com/praxis/prayrule.aspxhttp://orthodoxinfo.com/praxis/theoph_prayer.aspx
P.S. start slow and be consistent!!