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Looking for a free homeschool planner but tired of those boring templates? Look no further, I have a gorgeous floral free printable homeschool planner that will help you plan ahead for the next school year.
If you love this planner, you’ll enjoy the other homeschool planner printables.
Overwhelmed with all of the homeschool planning decisions? How to create a schedule, which curriculum to use, how to make sure you’re recording everything?
It can seem like information overload as you embark on this homeschool planning journey, no worries, I got what you need right here.
Not sure what you get in this planner? Why yes, you get ALL of this!
The homeschool planner includes
- Monthly calendar
- Weekly schedules in 4 different formats
- Weekly lesson plans in 2 formats
- Daily Schedule in 4 formats
- Curriculum research
- Curriculum plan
- Field trip plan
- Unit study plan
- Attendance form
- Book list
Plan ahead and schedule your appointments and vacations, keeping in mind upcoming holidays that you’ll want to take off from school.
Take into consideration busy periods during tournaments or recitals that your children may be involved in. Or busy periods of your work or family visits when your regular school schedule will be disrupted.
Weekly Homeschool Planner
Create a schedule for the week and plan what needs to be done or print out a set for each child to outline what they have to complete.
There’s ample space to write in for each day or just write down the subjects your child needs to complete.
Have them check off what they have completed to give them a sense of accomplishment.
>> See more homeschool schedule printables
I even included more weekly spreads in this planner so you’ll find the perfect set up for your family.
Homeschool Daily Planner
Are you a go getter or detailed oriented person. Hold yourself accountable and write down what you need to get done on a daily basis so you don’t forget that ONE thing you were suppose to do after the day ends.
Whether you prefer a timed schedule or task list, I got you covered. I prefer a task list myself as I’m relaxed with when things need to be completed.
How to use this printable homeschool planner
If you want to get ahead and get everything you want done this year, it starts by printing out this free planner.
Don’t just let it sit on your computer collecting virutal dust.
You’ll never find the perfect thing if you never use any planner to know if it actually works for you.
Start the year off right but writing out your goals for the year. It can be personal or academic for yourself and your kids.
Things that you want to work towards like learning to read, being able to do 20 pushups, yes that’s gym right there, or a big history project or just character building and life skills.
We also seem to forget how much kids learn and grow thorugh in one year.
Then work on creating a weekly then daily schedule. Don’t go all planning crazy. Plan for 2 weeks to see how it goes, you may want to make changes or tweak the schedule and move things around.
Write in pencil if you know you’re going to make a lot of changes or if you don’t know that it’s going to work at all as a new homeschooler.
Recommended Homeschool Planners
If you’d prefer to save ink and paper then try one of these printed and bound homeschool planners instead. There’s a lot of options for physical planners if you find something that you love.
Well Planned Day, Family Homeschool Planner, July 2018 – June 2019The Ultimate Homeschool Planner (Orange Edition)bloom daily planners Undated Academic Year Teacher Planner – Lesson Plan Calendar Book – 9Homeschool Planner: Undated Homeschool Planner, Lesson Plan and Record Book Check-Off, Uncompicated Homeschooling Resource Learning, Lesson Planner … (Homeschool Planner & Record Book) (Volume 3)
I prefer to customize my own planner so I prefer to print out the pages I need as I go. I might decide that one format is better than another in a few months and I’d hate to waste a bunch of sections in a printed planner.
Download the printable homeschool planner below:
Save this to your computer and print it out to get your year planned out. No need to buy another planner, the pages are undated.
Read the 5-day Homeschool Planning series here – Best Homeschool Planning Tips for the unorganized Mom.
Other homeschool planners
Free Homeschool Planner from Shining Mom