Want to get your homeschool planned out but not sure where to start? I love using printable planning pages to get my year sorted if they have what I need. I have moved to bullet journalling for our homeschool.
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.
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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.