Are you looking for a way to set and track your homeschool goals?
I’ve got the perfect solution for you – our free Homeschool Goals Printable! This handy sheet will help you define your goals, track your progress, and stay on top of your homeschooling.
You can use this printable to set goals in any area of your homeschool – from academics to personal goals. Plus, it’s simple and you can make it fit your unique needs. Just print it out and get started today!
Like these planning pages? See this list of homeschool planner printables.
Keep reading to get your free Goals Printable for homeschooling.
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Why set homeschool goals?
As a homeschool mom, one of my goals is to provide my kids with a well-rounded education. I want them to be prepared for college and their career, but I also want them to be healthy and well-adjusted individuals.
When you have a direction you want to go, it’s easier to aim for a destination than wander around lost. It gives you something to work towards.
To help me keep track of all my homeschool goals, I created this handy homeschool goal printable.
Add the Homeschool Attendance Sheet to your printables and start tracking your child’s attendance and performance.
Homeschool goals printable supplies
- Printer (I love my printer, I use this one!)
- Pencil or pen or erasable pens (yes! that’s a thing)
I have the HP printer 8710 but it’s not available anymore. It’s still running well for years now. Look for another HP Instant Ink ready printer so that you can use their program to send you ink cartridges whenever your printer gets low on ink.
Homeschool Goals Printable
The printable includes spaces for setting personal, academic, and career goals, as well as health and wellness goals.
Do you want more printables like this? Check out this Homeschool Year At A Glance Printable.
Because we’re more than homeschool teachers, we have to think about our own health and if you’re working or have your own business, you may have your own goals there too.
There’s a page where you can write the details of each goal, milestones and steps, and action steps!
It’s not enough to write down goals. You need an action plan to get it done. What steps and tasks need to be done so that you’ll achieve that goal.
Make it measurable. If you write down vague goals, it won’t work and you’ll forget them by next week.
If you put down a measurable goal rather than I’m going to lose weight but write I will work out for 20 minutes three times a week, that is measurable and you can gauge if you were successful or not.
I find that when I have a clear plan and specific goals in mind, I’m more likely to stay on track and achieve success.
Print it out and have it accessible to you. If you write it down and throw it into the climbing pile of paper on your desk, you won’t look at it again.
Looking for more tips and tricks to a better homeschooling environment? Check out these amazing Homeschool Planning Ideas!
Recommended Homeschool Books
Getting started or need some inspiration for your homeschool journey? Try one of these homeschool books to get ideas for successful homeschooling.
Recommended Homeschooling Books for Moms
Are you new to homeschooling? Don’t worry, I’ve got you! Here are some of my favorite books that will equip and help you during your journey.
Homeschool Planning Guide for the Unorganized Mom: An easy-to-follow plan for successful homeschooling when you don’t even know where to startThe Brave Learner: Finding Everyday Magic in Homeschool, Learning, and LifeThe Read-Aloud Family: Making Meaningful and Lasting Connections with Your KidsThe Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at HomeA Charlotte Mason Companion: Personal Reflections on the Gentle Art of LearningThe Call of the Wild and Free: Reclaiming Wonder in Your Child’s Education
Recommended Homeschool Schedule Organizers
Grab this Personalized Chalkboard Homeschool Schedule that you can hang on your kitchen or dining room wall so kids will always be aware of the things they need to complete.
If you want a smaller one, get this Printable Homeschool Schedule instead and feel free to edit and personalize it according to your homeschooling needs.
You can get a lot done in one year, set your homeschool goals with this printable to keep track of your progress.
Download the Homeschool Goals Printable below
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I hope you find this homeschool goal printable helpful as you plan for the upcoming homeschool year. Let me know how it works for you!
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