Homeschool moms love to plan curriculum and get ready for a fresh new school year. Summer time is the best time to set aside time to plan without all the distractions of school and extra curricular activities.
Homeschooling can be overwhelming if you don’t have a plan in place. There are lots of different types of curriculum, great books to read and extra things to be used. Without a plan, many great intentions can fall away and get forgotten. Thankfully there are wonderful planning resources available to guide you in your homeschool planning and organization. The best thing about these is that many of them are available completely for free!
FREE Printable Planners for Moms:
Unit Study Planner – Hi5Homeschool on Teachers Pay Teachers – This unit study planner will help keep you organized while you plan your unit studies. There are pages to keep tracks of books you will need, supplies, topics to organize, field trip lists, lists for media to watch and more!
Homeschool Printable Forms – 123Homeschool4Me. There are 17 forms that include a homeschool letter of intent, daily planning pages, curriculum planning, weekly, bi-weekly and monthly lesson planning pages and much more!
15 Page Planner for Homeschool, Work and Ministry from Life Abundantly. This planner has trackers for curriculum, health, time blocking, shopping lists, curriculum lists, prayer lists, scripture memory and even blogging pages!
If you are a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler you will appreciate these wonderful planners for your Charlotte Mason Homeschool:
Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner – Inspire the Mom – this planner has a Charlotte Mason quote on each page, and there are book list pages, goals, prayers for your children, scheduling charts, subject notes and much more!
Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner – My Humble Kitchen – this planner is completely editable and has printable pages for terms with enrichment pages, reading lists, weekly notes, lesson planning pages and more.
Are you wanting your children to manage their time better and plan their own days out?
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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