Printable Homeschool Planner

This year we’re going to start doing something I never would’ve imagined just a few years ago… homeschooling.

I’m excited about our new adventure and can’t wait to share the ins and outs of our decision, but as that post sits in draft status (for some reason it’s harder to write than I anticipated), I thought I’d share a little something else instead.

To be honest, the feeling of, “I have to teach her everything?!” has been somewhat extremely overwhelming so I did what I always do when a project feels too big; I made a printable.

 Printable Homeschool Planner

As any seasoned homeschooler already knows, the printables may be finished, but the work is just beginning.

As usual, I went a little options happy again. I made different versions of many of the pages in hopes of creating a flexible, easy to use planner. It’s 50 individual pages, but the great thing about printable planners is you can use what you want and ignore the rest. (You can also reprint pages when you make a mistake. That’s probably my second favorite thing.)

Here are just a few of the pages included…

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Other than one version of the cover and the “Year at a Glance” pages, the planner is completely undated so you can use it year after year after year. Buy once, use forever. That’s my favorite kind of purchase!

For more information on all the pages included click hereHappy planning!

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  1. says

    Love your planner. It is so cute. We’re starting our 21st year of hs’ing and I still love spending time looking online at how other people organize their day and their hs space. I just made our organizer page/schedule/lessons plan page. It is really all of that on one page. I have a rough idea of what we will do, lesson plans so to speak, down the left side of the page, then the days of the week across the top. I put it all on one side of the page, then copy it onto the front and back so that I have 2 weeks on each page, ending the year with 18 pages to store. I fill in the squares each day with what actually got done that day, so this is our record of what got done as well as the lesson plans. In my notebook on the opposite page, I have a calendar with all our appointments, birthdays, bill dues, etc. so I can see both at the same time. Hopefully, I will blog about it soon where I can include a picture.

    • Emily says

      That’s a great idea! I love that you’ve packed so much info into a manageable amount of pages. I’m sure we’ll tweak ours as we see what does and doesn’t work for us.

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