Trust me on this one. You’re not going to want to miss out on these homeschool planning tips for the unorganized mom. These tips are great and simple to do and can help you get organized, fast.
If you’re like me then you know, homeschool planning doesn’t come easily to you. I’m not one of those type A, has everything planned out, know where everything is at all times kind of mom. I’m just not. And I’m okay with that.
If you’re not naturally a huge planner, you can still do these. Here are some homeschool planning tips for the unorganized mom. All of these tips are things that you can easily adjust and use to make your homeschooling days a bit more organized.
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Homeschool Planning Tips for the Unorganized Mom
Sometimes we can all use a few tips on how to get organized. Even if you like to live in a flexible schedule, there are still plenty of things that you can do to get organized and ready for the day.
Homeschool Planning series
For this whole week start January 22nd to 26th, you’ll get a new homeschool planning post that will hopefully encourage you to get more organized or come up with your own plan that gets you out of these January blues.
It can seem like a huge task to take on as you plan your homeschool year, I promise it’s not as bad as you think. Take a look at my tips to just get started, you can do this!
Want to see what my 3 kids are doing in their homeschool? We don’t have a rigid schedule and my kids have a larger age gap but this is what they get done each day of the week.
Yes, I know, there’s so much to do and never enough time, see my tips for those moments when you think you can’t do this.
Don’t start planning until you grab this free printable homeschool planner.
Not really a planner person, have you tried bullet journalling for your homeschool planning? I’m loving the freedom of it.
Recommended Homeschool Planning Books and Planners
Need a system to help get you organized? Try one of these homeschool planning books. All of these books give great tips and ideas on how you can easily structure and format your homeschooling day. These are so of my favorites as I think they have really great tips!
If you prefer a printed planner, you can’t go wrong with any of these.
Managers of Their Homes: A Practical Guide to Daily Scheduling for Christian Homeschool FamiliesManagers of Their Chores (Managers, 1)Managers of Their Schools: A Practical Guide to Homeschooling by Steven and Teri Maxwell (2008-05-03)Well Planned Day, Family Homeschool Planner, July 2019 – June 2020Homeschool Lesson Planner 2019-2020: Weekly and Monthly Planner and Calendar Academic Year August 2019 – July 2020The Ultimate Homeschool Planner (Yellow Edition)
Every person will have their own way of homeschool planning, you just need to find the right method for you.
It may be an online program, paper planner or bullet journal.
The important thing is to just get started.
Don’t want to read through 31 posts on homeschool planning? Take a look at the Homeschool Planning for the Unorganized Mom eBook and it comes with a set of helpful printables to get you started on the right path.