30 beautiful planner pages and templates to help you get organized for back to homeschool!
- 3 pages dedicated to helping you map out your homeschool mission statement
- a day planner checklist
- 8 pages for brainstorming future activities in every subject
- a weekly schedule
- a weekly meal planner
- a chore chart
- a year view for mapping out themes for each month
- 12 pages to write down your monthly goals, to do list, strengths, and ways to improve
- a reading log
Plan out your homeschool mission statement. We are all better teachers when we teach with intent and purpose. Why do you want to homeschool? What are your goals? Who do you want your children to be? Use these two brainstorming sheets to craft your final mission statement. And, of course, hang it somewhere you can see it every day!
Each month, take the time to plan out your goals and objectives. What have you and your children been doing well? Are there things you can work to improve? What do you need to remember to do? What are your goals? Planning out your objectives helps you keep you focused on where you’re going! Just like every job evaluates its employees and gives feedback to keep improving, evaluating your own homeschool practice will help you to grow!
This Ultimate Printable Homeschool Planner includes so much more! In addition to mapping out each day and week, plan ahead by mapping out themes for each month… a year in advance! Plan your meals at the same time you plan the rest of your week. Give your kids a cute chore chart to help them stay on track. And have your kids track the books they read! Keeping a reading log for kids gives them a sense of accomplishment around reading, encouraging them to read more and more!
This is a digital file without any years or dates on the pages so you can use it over and over again in the future.