One of the biggest questions for every homeschooling parent is how to create their homeschool schedule. It comes up frequently, and many people have their own ideas about what the perfect schedule looks like.
However, it varies from family to family, just like homeschooling methods and curriculum. I’ve pulled out a variety of homeschool schedule printables to make homeschool planning easy.
Don’t worry, you’re sure to find something here to help you start homeschool planning.
Visual Homeschool Schedule
Kids love knowing what comes next. The predictability of a routine gives them security and helps them become more independent. We use this Printable Visual Homeschool Schedule to help us manage our time better and not get distracted.
You can hang it on a string with clothes pins, I place magnets on the back after I laminated them and stuck them to our magnetic whiteboard.
Visual schedules are perfect for young kids who are not reading yet.
Our Kindergarten Homeschool Schedule Printable is very relaxed, I follow their interests and keep things light and fun while focusing on the basics: math, reading and writing.
Grab these colorful 1st Grade Homeschool Schedule Printables to organize your day for your 1st grader.
A Relaxed 3rd Grade Homeschool Schedule includes a daily and weekly homeschool schedule that you can print to plan out your day.
Want to get your homeschool planned out but not sure where to start? Try using this Free Printable Homeschool Planner I created. I’ve included many list-type pages, which are perfect for someone who craves structure and knowing exactly what to do next.
How to create your homeschool schedule
Do you have a daily schedule for your child or for yourself? A daily homeschool schedule can help you keep your child on track. Kids thrive on predictability, so a daily schedule will allow them to see what is expected of them for the day. Find out How to Make a Daily Homeschool Schedule.
Of course, not every day is the same. So putting together a weekly schedule will allow you to see what exactly you can get done each day. And then you can figure out how you need to tweak your schedule to fit what goes on every day. Here’s How to Make a Weekly Homeschool Schedule.
When you’re not sure where to start with homeschool planning, create a monthly homeschool schedule. You’ll get a sense of the big picture, and how it will all work together. This is How to Make a Monthly Homeschool Schedule that will work for you.
More Homeschool Schedule Printables
Montessori is a specific kind of education style, very popular with preschool and early elementary education. This Montessori at Home Lesson Planner from The Natural Homeschool is the perfect way to start your Montessori at Home homeschooling.
Our friends at Natural Beach Living have put together some great Free Homeschool Schedule Printables. These are especially useful if you’ve got a child with special needs.
These Homeschool Planning Pages from My Joy-Filled Life will help you expand your homeschool planning from just schedules into goals, curriculum shopping and figure out your entire year!
Here are some different Homeschool Planning Pages from Real Life at Home, including unit study planners, field trip planning and project planning pages.
And for older kids, this Printable Homeschool Schedule from Teach Beside Me can be as simple or as detailed as you like.
Homeschool planning can be easy with the right homeschool schedule printables. Grab your favorites today, and get ready for the best homeschool year yet.
Other Homeschool Planner
Not a fan of the pink printable homeschool planner above? Try this gorgeous floral free homeschool planner to get your homeschool year planned so you stay on track.