Have you ever looked around online for a student planner? Sometimes they have barely enough space and other times they are just overly complicated. I could not find the perfect one (just like the issue I had for a planner for me!).
Here was my list of dream items: plenty of space to record a large feast of subjects, a place to record grades for my high school student, a convenient way to track attendance/sick days/vacation days, a quick place to record notes or give my student a reminder about important events for the week, as well as a way to keep track of what week we were in at co-op and in our own homeschool. That’s not too much to ask, is it? While I was at it, I was looking for a lengthy book log where my students could rate their book, a one-page layout for our memory work for the year, AND a one-page layout for creating some goals including a year-end evaluation.
Needless to say, I couldn’t find those things just like I wanted them. So I made them. I would love to share them with you! Head to Life, Abundantly to download this brand new printable and see how we organized it in all for the year.
Erin is a joy-chasing homeschool mama to 4 babies, ages 13 down to 1. She married her grade-school sweetheart 15 years ago, and lives to love him well. Her abiding love for Jesus Christ, and her heart to encourage other women toward him dictates her days. Her tag line is: Jesus in. Joy out. Erin writes about homeschooling, taking hard moments captive for Christ, and loving her family well at Life, Abundantly.
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