The Organized Homeschool Planner is a digital PDF file that can be filled in (using Adobe Acrobat) or printed out and written on (or both).
This economical planner can be purchased once and used year after year.
And the best part? You can type your lesson plans into the form you want and print them off or simply save them to your computer; the choice is up to you! You can edit your plans any time and even save your planner to your computer to have a digital copy each year. Use the ‘save as’ feature in Adobe to rename the file and you will have a digital record of your lesson plans for years to come! Awesomeness at its finest!
A inside Look At The Organized Homeschool Planner
Everything Included In the Organized Homeschool Planner
2-Page Yearly Overview
A place where you can get a high-level monthly overview of what you have going on in your school year. We use this as a place to put non-negotiables such as birthdays, assessment dates, and state deadlines.
12 Monthly 2-Page Spreads
- fillable PDF
- one 2-page spread for each month
- undated for use over multiple years
- encouraging educational quotes each month
- section for monthly goals
2-Page Weekly Student Planning Pages
This section is perfect for creating flexible weekly plans for your homeschooled students.
- fillable PDF
- a place for up to 7 subjects each week (simply type or write the subject at the top of each column in the blank space provided)
- space for students name, grade, and date of the week being planned
- space for you to keep track (if your state requires this) of instructions minutes/hours
2-Page Grade Tracker
The perfect place to keep track of your student’s grades and assignments for the year.
Because most states in the US require 180 (or less) of instruction, I made this an easy way to track attendance. Simply check off or “x” out the days of school you do. You can even place a date over it if you’d like. Homeschooling friends in the UK and Australia have found my system easy to use as well.
Field Trip Planner
The perfect place to write down all the pertinent information you’ll need to make your field trips a success!
Easily track your students reading while keeping records for your homeschool year. Places to put the start and finish date for each book your student reads.
Weekly Menu Plan + Shopping List
The curriculum tracker gives homeschool families an easy way to keep track of the books, supplies, and costs for each student. This tool was created as a way to organize past curriculum usage as well as a place to plan future year’s curriculum as well. This sheet is an excellent way to stay within your budget and make curriculum buying a breeze.
Goal Setting Sheet
Setting goals in our life and homeschool have helped us achieve things we never thought possible. We’ve included a great place to write (or type) these in. You will have a space to write:
- weekly goals
- monthly goals
- yearly goals
No homeschool planning session is complete without a place we can jot things down that we don’t want to forget. We’ve included a matching journal page you can print out as often as you need to be sure that your “thoughts” never get lost. I don’t know about you, but if I don’t write it down, it will likely never be done (or remembered, ha!).