On one hand, homeschooling is simple! Find a good curriculum that fits your child, make a rough schedule, and get going.
On the other hand, there are a thousand moving parts to homeschooling just one kid…with multiple kids, like I have, it can quickly become chaos.
That’s why I use a planner to keep everything organized.
My planner keeps everything organized. Each of my kids is in a different grade, which means different topics being studied each day. We use Rounded Schoolhouse, which means four core subjects (Math, English, Science, Social Studies) and a weekly schedule of live group classes. Plus, they are both working through the Social Emotional course from Rounded Schoolhouse, taking Brazilian jiu-jitsu classes, following a book reading regimen, attending church and events, and, of course, maintaining a social life.
My planning system is unique to me and I encourage every homeschooling parent to make sure any system they try is tailored to their needs. But, if you’re looking for a place to start with your homeschool planning and organization, here’s a list of free planners to get you going in the right direction.
The 7 step homeschool planner is unique and wildly different than other homeschool planners. The biggest difference between this planner and tons others is that you download each section you need and do not download useless pages. There are 7 Steps, with tons of options at each step.
Are you looking for some planning printables to help you create a planner that fits your needs? Or maybe you’re just looking for a few to add to your existing planner? Either way, you’re in the right place!
Personal planners are a great way to keep yourself and your family organized. Whether you’re super busy, or just looking for something to keep track of special dates and appointments, there is a planner out there for you.
Each year I offer my readers some free printable planning pages for their homeschool. I update the calendar for the upcoming school year, tweak some of the existing pages, and sometimes add new ones.
This year I’ve changed the look of the printables a bit; nothing crazy, just kept it plain and simple. And this year I’ve added several new forms, offering you 11 different kinds of forms for a total of 45 pages in all.
Create a simple planner for your homeschool schedule. Undated, black & white pages are ready to print & hole punch. It includes undated monthly calendar, goal sheet, weekly & daily schedules.
Mother culture, an elegant way of saying “homeschool for mom”, is an imperative part of a Charlotte Mason education. Make time for these wonderful tasks by planning it intentionally and modeling lifelong learning and intentional living for your children.