As soon as my husband and I started planning my daughter’s Grade 1 homeschool curriculum, I immediately realized that I wanted an organizational tool that would meet all of our needs. I also realized that many commercial homeschool organizational tools had sections that were either useless or irrelevant. So I decided to make my own homeschool planner. All it took was a binder, some dividers, and some custom-made printables.
Here’s our binder.
Within the homeschool binder I have the following sections:
- To Do
- Weekly plans
- Curriculum (with peel and stick tabs for each subject area along top)
- Financial records (there’s also a plastic sleeve to store all the receipts I accumulate from books, materials, field trips, etc.)
I also made my own weekly plan sheets so I could have all the activities for every day written down.
I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am about this binder! So excited that I’m going to share this fun homeschool planning tool with you… for FREE! Here’s what is included in the Homeschool Planner Printables Package:
- To do list (sections for planning, to do items, and phone calls)
- Calendar for 2013/2014 “school” year
- Month-at-a-glance (sections for what to focus on and special events)
- Week-at-a-glance (sections for subject, plans, and “done”)
- Contacts sheet (a place to store all the homeschool names, emails and phone numbers)
- Financial records log
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It’s as simple as that! If you need multiples of certain sheets, feel free to print the applicable sheets independently.
Even if you don’t homeschool, I would love for you to take a look at this printable resource and tell me what you think.