Have you started planning for the next academic year yet? From time to time I like to create gifts for subscribers. It’s one of the benefits of being a loyal Great Peace follower. This month, I’ve created a Homeschool Planner, printable.
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Even though I use a digital planner for most of my record keeping, I like having a printed homeschool planner that I can keep notes in, make quick changes and even record reading logs and other necessary things. Plus, having a pretty page helps me to stay motivated to keep track of the daily work.
What’s Inside the Homeschool Teacher Planner
- Family Statement of Purpose Page
A place to write out your families purpose or goals. This statement page can serve as a reminder of why you chose to homeschool, how you are approaching the work, and keep you on track as you work toward those goals.
- Annual Goals Manager
This section is a place where you can write out monthly goals for each of your children. You can set goals, tasks, or skills that you want each of your children to accomplish each month, all working toward your goals for the year.
- Month at a Glance
Each month, July – June, you can view the month at a glance calendar with plenty of lesson planning pages between the month at a glance pages.
- Lesson Planner
The lesson planner pages are set up to cover days Monday through Friday, with 7 subject areas to make plans. There are 5 lesson planning pages for each month, but if you need more, simply print more. I know some moms with more children prefer to have 1 page per child for each week.
- Academic Logs Pages
These are pages where you can log work your child has completed outside of lesson plans. These include:
- Reading Log
- Enhancement Class Log
- Field Trip Log
- Special Projects
- Service Projects
The simply pretty pages are adorned with watercolor calendula flowers scattered thoughtfully on each page. Having that little pop of color makes the task of lesson planning a bit brighter. You can print as many pages as you need for your own use! That’s the added bonus of utilizing a digital, printable planner.
Grab Your Free Homeschool Planner
This freebie is for Great Peace Newsletter Subscribers. To subscribe simply enter your name and email address. You then receive a series of emails confirming your subscription, and information on how you can download your digital, printable, planner, and you’ll get a few other subscriber bonus printables as well.
Please remember that this is a subscriber only freebie. If you want to direct your friends to get their free planner, please direct them to this blog post, and then to subscribe. They’ll receive a link to the freebie page in their subscriber welcome emails.
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What happens when you subscribe:
- All my products are digital. You will not receive a physical product. You will receive a link to find the product to download, and then you can print the planner yourself.
A digital, printable, homeschool planner does not mean a physical product or planner.
- After you subscribe and confirm your subscription:
- you will receive an email within a few minutes with a link and instructions to find your digital, printable planner. The time for arrival for series of emails is dependent upon your mail server, and your promptness in confirming your subscription.
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- You can access the page with the link using the password provided in your welcome email.
Blessings of Peace,
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Regular planners do not have the special features needed for a good homeschool planner! I’ve used Well Planned Day for 2 years now…I like it, but feel it has too many “useless” pages that make it large and overcrowd the “useful” pages. Looking forward to trying a simpler, yet pretty planner! Thanks Renee!
I’ve used many planners too. I feel kind of the same. So I tried to weed down to what I actually use in a planner. I hope you like it. 🙂
Would love to try this
Good luck, thanks for registering.
Homeschool planners help me to keep on track. I am having trouble finding one that fits our needs. Would love to try this.
I did too! What are you looking for in a planner. Might help me to know what others are looking for.
I would love a planner.
I love list and more list ,lol no really with alot of kids organization is the key .
Organization is key regardless of how many kids you have 😉
Looks helpful 🙂 Would love to try it.
Yeah! Good luck.
Looks like just what I need for next year!!!
Oh Chrystal, good luck
My favorite thing about a homeschool planner is the ability to customize it to MY family. I hate it when I have to try to fit our schedule into a predetermined hourly block, when we may not hold our classes in that fashion. 🙂
I get that. Thanks for letting me know what your thoughts are.
I’ve never tried using a planner. I think using one this year will be a must for us all! 😉 Thanks so much!
They allow me to be (or at least feel) more organized 🙂
I have been trying to find the best planner to use. We just finished our first year of homeschool, and getting ready to restart. A little organization would be helpful
I’m BRAND NEW to homeschooling! (yikes!) I think a planner like this would really help to ease my anxiety and help transition my 8 year old from public school to home school!
This old brain just can’t keep everything straight anymore. If I don’t write it down, I don’t do it. Planners=sanity here!
My comments wouldn’t work mobile so I finally made it to the computer… 🙂
I’ve had to create my own planner in the past because the standard planners never have what I need and always have extra junk I don’t need. Your planner looks great! I love homeschool planners because they help keep this scatterbrain momma on track!
I love them because they have the different forms a homeschooler would need.
I’m a list addict and using a planner for homeschooling keeps all those lists together and organized so they’re more useful both now and later.
Your planner looks great, would love to try it, this will be our first year homeschooling!
I love your Homeschool Planner! It’s pretty and well set up and adaptable to my needs. I hope some Homeschool teachers will try it out. It’s as good as the $20.00 ones at the store. Three hole punch it and put it in a notebook then you can add special papers, pictures of projects and document field trips. Will come in real handy if you have to report what you have accomplished to your local superintendent. Enjoy. Thanks Renee.
Thanks Joyce. I hope you enjoy it.