Homeschool Planning Resources & FREE Printables

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It’s that time of year when many homeschool families are finishing up the last of their lessons, all the while, mom is thinking ahead to the next school year.  Homeschool convention season is in full swing and homeschool parents are making their lists of curriculum to buy for the upcoming year and assessing what worked and what didn’t this past year.

Homeschool Planning Resources

We actually school year round, but come spring we are usually wrapping up whatever levels we are working on and it’s time to think about what to move onto next.

So if you are in homeschool planning mode (I don’t know about you, but I feel like I always am), here are a few favorite resources for planning your year and for helping you stay organized, plus some printables that I have made over the years to use in my yearly planning that I’m sharing with you below.

Below you will find a monthly 2014-2015 calendar, a school year-at-a-glance calendar, a course of study worksheet, and a weekly student assignment sheet that you can download –

Monthly Calendar (July 2014 – June 2015)

Monthly calendar 1

[Download Here]

 

School Year-At-A-Glance

School year at a glance 1

[Download Here]

 

Course of Study Worksheet

course of study 1

[Download Here]

 

Weekly Student Assignment Sheet

Weekly assignment sheet 1

[Download Here]

 

Now if you are looking for something a bit more comprehensive when it comes to planning, you might want to consider one of the following planner options:

1.  School House Planners

TOS PlannersFrom The Old Schoolhouse –

Our Schoolhouse Planners are meant to be used as YOU need them. We provide all the forms you need for your home, your children, your homeschool. Type what you need, update it as needed, print as you go. It’s all up to you to customize how our planner best suits your needs and family.

To use as an interactive planner, simply download the file to your computer, open it, type what you need, and save it. It’s as simple as that.

There are 6 planners available, buy one or buy them all in a bundle at a HUGE discount.  The following planners are available –

  • Hey Mama! Digital Planner – $29
  • The Old Schoolhouse (aka Big Mama) Planner – $39
  • Intermediate Planner – $19
  • Primary Planner – $10
  • High School Planner – $29
  • Special Learners Planner – $29

How are the Schoolhouse Planners different from All the “Other” Homeschool Planners?

  • Each of our planners is interactive, allowing you to enter your children’s information – daily lessons, monthly agendas, curriculum choices, semester goals, etc.
  • No need to print every single page. Print what you need when you need it.
  • Flexibility to change your homeschooling plan on the fly. Customize the planner to fit your needs. Print it and use in a binder, changing out pages as needed, or print individual pages for your children to use and follow for the week. Or, send the whole thing to a local printer and let them bind it for you.
Bundle price $69; currently on sale for $34.50
You can get all of these planners for FREE with a SchoolhouseTeachers.com membership; membership price is $12.95/month with the first month being just $1, or $139/year.

 

2.  2015-2016 Family Homeschool Planner from HEDUA

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From HEDUA –

Organizing your homeschool and managing your home are made easy with the Well Planned Day Family Homeschool Planner – the original homeschool planner. The encouraging articles, beautiful design and intuitive layout will help you make the most of your time, so you have more time for the things that matter most.

The planner offers helpful home management sections such as an address book, a greeting card registry for birthdays and anniversaries, a one-year Bible reading plan, tear-out shopping lists, weekly priorities, dinner planning, and a special holiday gift organization section…plus so much more!

Student planners also available!

$26.95

 

3.  The Ultimate Homeschool Planner from Apologia

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From Apologia –

Count your blessings while charting your family’s progress with this 48-week planner designed to help you document God’s faithfulness and activity during your homeschool journey. Features include: Unique Lord’s Day planning grid, Flexibility to help you prioritize and plan for up to six children, Customized daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly planning forms, Forms for setting goals, journaling activities, and tracking reading lists, Year-end review pages, Sturdy construction with convenient pockets and coated covers. – See more at: http://shop.apologia.com/books/350-the-ultimate-homeschool-planner.html#sthash.9Z14VSIJ.dpuf
Count your blessings while charting your family’s progress with this 48-week planner designed to help you document God’s faithfulness and activity during your homeschool journey. Features include: Unique Lord’s Day planning grid, Flexibility to help you prioritize and plan for up to six children, Customized daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly planning forms, Forms for setting goals, journaling activities, and tracking reading lists, Year-end review pages, Sturdy construction with convenient pockets and coated covers. – See more at: http://shop.apologia.com/books/350-the-ultimate-homeschool-planner.html#sthash.9Z14VSIJ.dpuf
Count your blessings while charting your family’s progress with this 48-week planner designed to help you document God’s faithfulness and activity during your homeschool journey. Features include: Unique Lord’s Day planning grid, Flexibility to help you prioritize and plan for up to six children, Customized daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly planning forms, Forms for setting goals, journaling activities, and tracking reading lists, Year-end review pages, Sturdy construction with convenient pockets and coated covers. – See more at: http://shop.apologia.com/books/350-the-ultimate-homeschool-planner.html#sthash.9Z14VSIJ.dpuf

Count your blessings while charting your family’s progress with this 48-week planner designed to help you document God’s faithfulness and activity during your homeschool journey. Features include: Unique Lord’s Day planning grid, Flexibility to help you prioritize and plan for up to six children, Customized daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly planning forms, Forms for setting goals, journaling activities, and tracking reading lists, Year-end review pages, Sturdy construction with convenient pockets and coated covers.

Student planners also available!

$29.00

 

4.  Weekly Homeschool Planner from Homeschool Creations

weekly homeschool plannerFrom Homeschool Creations –

The Weekly Homeschool Planner will help you organize your school day and record your daily learning ~ year after year.  Additional forms help you keep track of testing results, evaluations and special events.  Each of the pdf pages in the file can be typed in, edited, and saved to your own computer every time you use it.  Personalize it to fit your family.  It is a homeschool planner you use year after year.

Type your lesson plans into the form 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!

$20.00

 

What are some of your favorite homeschooling planning resources?

 

 

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Comments

  1. says

    Thanks for mentioning our Well Planned Day homeschool planner! We hope you and your readers find much help within its pages.

    Have a great weekend!

  2. Ashley Lutz says

    Can you tell me what the two boxes are for in each square of the weekly planning sheet? I don’t understand why there are 2. One for checking the assignment as done and one for ??? Thanks!

    • says

      Hi Ashley – One box is for the student to check off when they complete their work; the other box is for the parent to check off after they check the student’s work.

  3. says

    These are fantastic. Thanks for sharing this resource.

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

  4. Tori says

    Hi. Just wondering if you could tell me how you use the assignment sheet. I love the idea but I want to make sure I use it correctly =)

    • says

      Just fill in the subjects in the left hand column and then the assignments under each day. The 2 little boxes in each assignment space are for the you and the child to check off when the work is complete. The child checks off one when they finish their work and you check the other one after you check his/her work. I hope that clarifies it for you.

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