Want to get your homeschool planned out but not sure where to start? Try using this free printable homeschool planner I created. I love using printable planning pages to get my year sorted if they have what I need.
I’ve also used bullet journalling for our homeschool but still appreciate a pretty printable when I find them.
I love a great homeschool planner that has a lot of space to write in too. I know some people prefer to have the time in their schedule but I don’t so I made both.
Everyone has such a different planning style this can work for the type A who plans down to the hour or for others like me who like to know what we need to get done for the day but don’t need a timeline.
A more general to do list works better for me rather than watching the clock all day knowing I’m falling behind.
The homeschool planner includes
- Monthly calendar
- Weekly schedules in 3 different formats
- Weekly lesson plans in 2 formats
- Daily Schedule in 2 formats
- Curriculum research
- Curriculum plan
- Field trip plan
- Unit study plan
These printable pages are un-dated so that they can be reused for any time of the year. You can fill in the month, weekly and daily planning sheets as you go.
I don’t like dated planners because if I miss some weeks or time where I didn’t use my planner there are all these wasted pages.
I’d love to say that I always stay on top of my planners but I don’t so if I forget I just continue on where I left off.
Do not just save this to your computer and forget about it. Print it out and put it to good use.
Start with this month and fill it in. Write down everything you need to finish for the month and then fill out the schedule for the week.
If you can see what you have to accomplish for the week ahead, you’ll know what you need to do to stay on top of your to-do list.
Use the planner to keep you on task.
I don’t get anything done if it’s not written down. My mom brain forgets a lot of things.
Don’t you just love a good homeschool planner? But what good is a planner if you don’t use it?
Homeschool moms always get overwhelmed with all of the planning they need to do.
How to use this printable homeschool planner
You’ll see that the weekly and daily pages are each duplicated, this is so you can print them double sided.
This means you can choose which layout to use which is what I love about this planner. There are several options.
Print out the main components like the calendar and other pages to plan your curriculum and lesson planning sheets.
Then choose your weekly and daily layout and print out enough for the next month.
One, you don’t want to print out a years worth of pages because you might decide to change up your planning style and don’t want to waste all of that paper.
Two, you won’t feel so overwhelmed about planning that far ahead.
A month of planned activities is a great way to start.
You might find that you’ll need to make adjustments so for the next month, you can make evaluate what is working and make changes accordingly.
Recommended Homeschool Planners
If you’d prefer to save ink and paper then try one of these printed and bound homeschool planners instead.
I prefer to customize my own planner so don’t just printed planners myself.
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Read the rest of the posts in this 5-day Homeschool Planning series here – Best Homeschool Planning Tips for the unorganized Mom.
Other homeschool planners
Free Homeschool Planner by The Homeschool Mom