Well, I’ve done it again.
I’ve waited until the last two weeks before really coming up with a solid Homeschool Plan.
Sure I’ve been collecting various eBooks and curriculum resources over the Summer, but it’s been more like a Homeschool Curriculum feeding frenzy instead of an organized and thoughful process.
It’s time to load everything on the table and see what I’m working with here folks
That is not even this years photo.
I’m so far behind, I haven’t even made the obligatory mess of dining room table yet.
It’s going to be a busy week folks.
So to keep myself invested in this process I decided to update our Independent Weekly Homeschool Calendar, as well as our Goals and Planing sheets. You can still print the older versions here and here if you like them, but this year I needed a little Color Pop to get my act in gear. If you’re struggling to wrap your head around how to schedule your curriculum, try this simple tip for each subject. How to make a list of Goals, Resources, and Action Plan
Homeschool Planning Pack
Simple homeschool planning resources you will actually use! Less is more when it comes to organizing and planning out your homeschool year. These resources will help you set goals, keep track of curriculum decisions and orders, and teach your student to keep an independent weekly calendar.
- Homeschool Goals
- Homeschool Curriculum Planning
- Independent Student Calendar
I’ll be using these with my younger children this year for sure! My older children are going to try Lesson Trek, mostly because I thought Middle School would be a great time to learn how to keep an online calendar as well. We’re always looking for real life scenarios to add in that Technology requirement!
I’ve just finished our Letter of the Week Preschool Curriulum, and it’s very low-prep, so grab that if you need a quick fix for your kiddo too.