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It’s that time of year again. The time where all homeschool moms are in the throes of planning and praying over their new homeschool year. 
50 FREE Lesson Planning Printables and Ideas
I know of many families that have already started their first day of homeschool. We are not one of them! We usually school through the end of June, then take the rest of the summer off and we start school on Labor Day. It’s always been a tradition that works well for us. I like to feel like I have had some extra time to plan and prepare.

If you are like me and wait until the last minute to plan, or struggle with preparing lesson plans there are many free resources available for you!
Check out these 50 FREE Lesson Planning Printables and Ideas to help you get a jump start on your homeschool planning:

FREE Lesson Planning Printables:
4 Pre-Homeschool Year Planning Pages
from Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus
Ultimate Homeschool Planner from The Relaxed Homeschool
Modern Lesson Planner from This Little Pig Stayed Home
2017 Homeschool Planner from Blessed Learners
Middle and Highschool Planner Printables from Homeschool Creations
Editable Lesson Planner from Luckey Frog Learning
Homeschool Planning Printables and Calendar from The Crafty Classroom
Homeschool Planning Workbook from Free Homeschool Deals
Google Drive Lesson Planner from Teacher Pay Teachers
Weekly Assignment Planning Printable from My Joy Filled Life
Homeschool Planning ResourcesHomeschool Highschool Planning Worksheet from Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus
Customizable Preschool Planning Pages from Homeschool Creations
Planning for the Non Planning Homeschool Mom Printables from Homeschooling Without Training Wheels
Free Lesson Plan Template from Teachers Pay Teachers
Teacher Lesson Planner from Playdough to Plato
Printable Weekly Lesson Plan from My Strawberry Baby
FREE 2017 Planning Worksheets from Table Life Blog

2017 Weekly Homeschool Planning Worksheets
Preschool Lesson Planning Printables from No Time for Flashcards
Lesson Plan Template Printable from Delicate Construction
Tot School Planning Form from Wildflower Ramblings
Homeschool Lesson Planner Pages from Passport Academy
Miscellaneous Weekly Planner Sheet from The Best of Teacher Entrepreneuers
Cute Lesson Plan Template FREE Editable Download from Living Laughing and Loving
Printable Weekly Planner for Teachers from Simply Preschool
Lesson Plan Printables for Any STEM Challenge from Teachers Pay Teachers
Finding Dory Lesson Plans for Teachers from Baby Savers
Printable Preschool Week Planning Sheet from More Excellent Me
FREE and Frugal Homeschool Planning Pack from Free Homeschool Deals
Organizing the New School Year Time To Plan Printables from Homeschoolin Mama

50 FREE Lesson Planning Printables and Ideas FB
Check out these other types of lesson plan ideas that you may enjoy:
Make a Digital Plan with Planbook from Ladybug Teachers Files
How to Write a Lesson Plan in 3 Easy Steps from The Teaching Cove
How to Write Preschool Lesson Plans a Year in Advance from Stay at Home Educator
The No Plan Homeschool Plan from Kitchen Table Classroom
The Best Homeschool Lesson Planner Might Not Be What You Think from Ed Snapshots
Use a Spiral Notebook to Simplify Homeschooling from Amongst Lovely Things
Create a Bullet Journal Homeschool Planner from Classically Homeschooling
DIY Homeschool Planner for the Artistically Challenged from Hip Homeschooling

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If you are looking for something that is open and go and editable you have to check out this amazing Student Planner and Record Keeper from Not Consumed

This is a one stop lesson planning, record keeping, homeschool portfolio and accountability tool that’s a win-win for any homeschool family! 

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Written by Sarah


Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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