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A simple homeschool planner

I wanted a clean, simple homeschool planner without bells and whistles—except for the ones I needed. So, I made one. And you can have it, too.

Yes, I could do digital, like much of my life. But many times, paper just works better for me. It’s this case with planning, particularly school—I need to jot and scribbble and scratch.

Copy all you need for a school year and write on a new page each day, or you can laminate what you want and wipe clean with a dry erase marker. Whatever floats your boat.

You can print these babies and have them spiral-bound (my preference), or you can toss them in a binder and print more as you go. Or heck, frame your favorite pages and write each day on the glass.

A Simple Homeschool Planner from Tsh of Simple Mom. Nice, simple, clean PDFs, lots of uses!

This PDF download includes 39 different pages you can print till your heart’s content, along with extras like a multiplication table and conversion chart, and even eight different chalkboard printables (four quotes on both a green and black chalkboard)—perfect for your planner’s cover, or to print and frame around your learning area.

Head here to purchase the planner for $4. (And here’s info to know as you buy.)

A Simple Homeschool Planner—simple printables to keep your homeschooling brain sane

The planning pages include:

• Calendar that spans August 12, 2013 to October 5, 2014
• Student goals brainstorming pages
• Curriculum list
• Important dates and events list
• Dates and study course pages—in your choice of two, three, or four-term divisions
• Daily school planning pages—either by date or by student, either two or three per page (including a ‘week at a glance’ section)
• Report cards
• List page for spiritual development ideas
• List page for enrichment activity ideas
• List page for memory work ideas
• Blank list page to make your own
• Book list page for each student’s independent reading
• Book list page for family read-alouds
• Weekly routine—in your choice of two week, one M-F week, or one M-S week schedules
• Note pages
• High school transcript
• Check lists to give your students, if that helps them stay on task

Here are a few ways to use some of the planning pages:

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CalendarBook list

curriculumdates

enrichmentgoals

routineweek

The extra pages include:

• List of the countries of the world and their capitals, as of 2013
• Multiplication table to 12
• Full-color color wheel, with primary, secondary, and tertiary colors
• Basic metric and imperial conversions
• Inspirational quotes about teaching and learning
• List of famous homeschoolers in history

A few examples:

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And here are the chalkboard quotes:

Feel free to pin these—but the ones included in the download are high-resolution, and each quote comes in both green and black.

Children are born with all the curiosity they will ever need. It will last a lifetime if they are fed upon a daily dose of ideas. -Charlotte Mason

I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it. -Pablo Picasso

Intelligence plus character: that is the goal of a true education. -MLK Jr.

I am not a teacher but an awakener. -Robert Frost

Head here to purchase all of the above for $4. (And here’s info to know as you buy.)

Bonus

I couldn’t include these maps in the download because they’re under a Creative Commons license, but thanks to the kind people at National Geographic, we can all have them—free!

I’ve packaged seven continental maps (medium resolution) for you to include in your planner, if that’s your cup of tea. Enjoy.

Download the maps

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