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I know we’re mid-Summer, but if you’re like me you like to get a head start on some homeschool planning.
(or at least some homeschool pinning)
Today I have a super simple and updated version of our weekly homeschool planner.
I’m not sure if you can count it as a planner because really it’s just a single page, but it’s worked for me for the past 5+ years and I think it’s the easiest planner around.
You know I’m all about simple.
There is a place for children to write their name, the week number across the top. Subjects go in the left hand column, and daily assignments go across the row. There is a section for notes, as well as general life planning and after school events at the bottom.
If you’re looking for a complete planner simply print up one sheet for each week then bind them together or keep them in a three ring binder.
However, here’s how I use them:
Because many curricula come with pre-scheduled assignments in the front of the book I actually have my children use this as a daily completion chart. I laminate mine, hang them up on the wall and then as they complete each subject they check off their work for the day. I think this is a fantastic way to encourage them to take responsibility for completing their work, and it helps them to SEE what they have left to do for the day.
I created this planner to encourage children to keep track of their own schedules.
Not just because I’m a little lazy when it comes to planning, but because I want my children to start to learning planning and organizing skills for themselves. That is the goal right. Little birds learning to fly on their own.
Download From This Page: Weekly Homeschool Planner K-5
If you have younger children try our K-5th grade planner. There are boy and girl versions, blank and pre-written ones as well. Instead of the notes section the younger planners include a weekly box for a sticker when their goals are completed.