Are you looking for a homeschool planner that will get you started on your homeschool year right?
If so, then come and take a look at this great homeschool mini planner.
This homeschool mini planner (36 pages) includes:
- subject planner (2 pages)
- 12 month calendars (24 pages) vertical & horizontal
- weekly homeschool reflections (1 page)
- field trip reflections (3 pages)
- weekly meal planner (1 page)
- homeschool budget (3 pages)
- reading tracker (2 pages)
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Whether you are new to home schooling or not, this planner is great for you.
Time management is paramount and having a planner is absolutely needed.
The homeschool subject planner has 2 pages and it helps you (or your older child upper elementary to high school) get organized in terms of subject lessons, assignments or projects that are due.
It is a great way to stay on top of the important lessons or topics that you want your child to learn during that week.
There is also one page of a reusable weekly homeschool reflections.
Use it for yourself or for your children to fill out.
Record what worked, what didn’t work, what you are grateful for and more.
To make it editable and type in it instead of writing on it, then do it for free at PDFescape.com
This homeschool mini planner also includes two beautiful cactus-themed 12 month calendars.
It is perfect for homeschool families because you can use each one for different things.
One can be used for homeschool activities, lessons, field trips, etc.
The other calendar can be used for family activities like play dates, appointments, birthdays and more.
Each one has one page for each month in the year for a total of 24 pages.
You have 2 calendars, one is vertical and one is horizontal.
And the best part is that there are no years assigned to them, so you can print them out and use year after year!
To make these calendars editable on your computer, go to PDFescape.com
The homeschool field trip reflections sheets come in three different color schemes.
Your kids will think you are the coolest homeschool mom because they can pick the color they prefer.
It is great because it solidifies what was learned during a field trip.
Fill it out as a family or have each child that can write fill one out to keep in their portfolios.
You can also print out photos and tape to the back of the page for memories’ sake.
The two pages of the child’s reading tracker is super helpful to set goals on how many books will be read in one year.
One is the tracker and one is a sample to make it easier for a child to follow and fill out o their own.
Homeschool organization doesn’t just involve lessons, curricula and books.
It also includes logistics of home organization such as saving money and staying on track (on budget).
That is why I decided to include a weekly meal planner (1 page).
It will help you make your grocery list and send no more than what you absolutely need to.
And don’t forget the snacks!
And lastly, this homeschool mini planner includes 3 pages of homeschool budget information to keep track of.
One is a sample, so you know how to fill it out.
This will give you a great visual on how you are doing financially during this school year.
So, what do you think? Are these good organizing tips that will make your life easier? YES!
Are you ready for this wonderful and absolutely beautiful homeschool mini planner?
Get it here!