Summer time means planning time for many homeschoolers. With planning, you either love it or you hate it. I tend to wait until the last minute to plan out my year. I like to take a little bit of time in the summer as a vacation without having to think about planning anything. Yet when it’s time to plan I am all in!
As you are beginning to plan your next school year I am sure you are looking for planners to help you with this task. Next week we will be focusing on planners just for homeschool moms, but this week we will focus on your kids.
I love having my kids responsible for their own work. A great way to do this is by giving each one of your students their very own planner. I like to start this at age 10 and up. Each week they sit down and fill out what they need to do for the next week with guidance from me. Then they check off their subjects as they are done with them, or when I need to check off their work. This really helps them with time management and organization skills.
There are lots of free printable planners available that I like to let my kids pick their very own. They really enjoy being a part of the planning process with their school work. It gets them excited about the new year, and the ownership of their school work builds discipline and responsibility. I love how many options and styles are available with planners to have them really make it personal for them.
Check out all these awesome FREE Printable Planners for Kids:
Customizable Homeschool Weekly Assignment Planner – 5 J’s Homeschool This is a simple, single page planner for each week. Print as many weeks as you need for school and keep them in a cute folder or get them spiral bound and have your kids create their own cover!
Simple Student Homeschool Planner – The Crafty Classroom – This is such a pretty student planner. It is simple as there is only one page per week, with a spot for notes for your student. You can choose from flowers or an ocean theme with sharks.
52 Week Game Themed Student Planner – Miniature Masterminds – this planner is adorable, there are pages for writing down scriptures of the week, quotes and more. It even includes a reference guide for common trouble spots in school!
2019/2020 Student Planner – Blessed Learners – this planner is amazing! There are over 80 pages that you can use to customize a planner for your children. There are even field trip planning sheets too.
Middle and Highschool Planner Printables – Homeschool Creations – This planner is great to keep your older students on track with their assignments, but it will also help you to keep track of their subjects and credits earned.
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 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, and Coffee!
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