Free Printable Homeschool Planner
Planning to homeschool your children, but not sure where to start? This free printable homeschool planner has everything you need to get started to plan your homeschooling.
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Homeschooling is the new norm in the current times. 2020 has been the year of unpredictables.
With school closures all over the world due to the virus, children are at home and parents are bracing for homeschooling.
My 2nd grader is at home as well, and I am putting together all the paperwork needed to have him ready for the school work.
Since I wasn’t sure where to start, I created this homeschool planner so that I can set up some kind of routine and sanity to our day to day life.
I have been using this for over a week, and I think I have things under control (well almost).
Knowing our schedule ahead of time helps everyone in terms of setting the tone for the day.
FREE PRINTABLE HOMESCHOOL PLANNER
I have been doing my research going over the school curriculum material, downloading the study material sent by school teachers, printing pages over pages.
School material had been all over the place, until I decided to set up my own simple homeschool planner. This planner covers basic structure of how the daily routine needs to be set up.
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WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THIS PRINTABLE HOMESCHOOL PLANNER?
This homeschool planner covers very basic components to make sure that you are able to maintain a basic homeschooling routine.
Need a more detailed printable homeschool planner? Here’s a 50 page homeschool planner.
Some of the following sections are covered in this detailed printable planner:
- Monthly Spread (January – December)
- Monthly Activities & Lessons
- Weekly Planner (Horizontal & Vertical Layout)
- Today’s Plan and Daily Planner
- Weekly Schedule
- Attendance Sheet
- Activity Tracker
- Assignment Tracker
- Curriculum Research
- Class Schedule
- Homework Planner
- Grade Tracker
- Weekly Reading Log
- Weekly Lesson Planner (prefilled & blank)
- Weekly Lesson Planners for different courses
- Goals Tracker
- Field Trips
- Todo List (1 column)
- Todo List (2 column)
- Ideas, Notes & Reminders
This planner can be conveniently printed on letter size paper (8.5×11 inch).
Make sure to download and print this printable homeschool planner.
Use it as much as you can, and please let me know if anything else needs to be added or removed. Since this is digital download product, you can download and print as many copies as you want, for your personal use.
SOME OF MY FAVORITE SECTIONS OF PLANNER
I love everything about this planner. I am sure I will be able to use most of the pages, and print multiple ones if I need to. But here are some of my favorite sections of this planner.
Printable Homeschool Planner: Monthly Spread
Undated monthly spread starts from January to December, with one month per page. Since these are undated, I will be able to use it for next year as well, and year after that. I can start it from any time of the year, so I will end up wasting less paper.
Printable Homeschool Planner: Monthly Lessons
These undated monthly pages can be used starting from any month to write down monthly lessons for the month.
Simply fill up the boxes with dates for that month, and then fill out the lessons you plan to set up for that month.
Monthly, Weekly and Daily Planner pages are undated so if you end up not using it for a few weeks, you won’t have any wasted pages. You can start from where you left off.
Similarly, you can set up the monthly activities with this undated monthly spread. Plan out the activities for the month by filling out the dates first, and then the activities.
Weekly Lesson Planner
Easily plan out the lessons for the week starting from Monday to Friday. There are two spreads – prefilled and empty. Feel free to use the one you prefer.
Keep track of the assignments for each course. Write down the assignment task, due date, if it was completed and what grade the student got.
Track each week’s activity with this activity tracker. Write down the date, activity, number of minutes and any remarks.
Keep track of student’s attendance record by writing down each student’s name and then checking off for the date for each month.
HOW TO SET UP YOUR PLANNER?
You will need the following material to set up your planner:
And that’s it. Simply print the pages and put them together in this binder. This planner has everything you need to stay on top of your homeschooling plan.