In addition to sending our older daughters back to school virtually, I am also homeschooling our preschooler this year. While she doesn’t need schooling at this age, I do think it is important to keep her learning things like her ABCs, numbers, how to use scissors and more. To help keep myself organized as I develop a plan to teach her I developed a printable homeschool planner.
Free Printable Homeschool Planner
From the age of two, I have enrolled each of my daughters in preschool. They each started with two days a week for three hours increasing to three days a week and then four days a week until they went off to Kindergarten. They’ve loved preschool, and it has given them an excellent learning foundation plus they’ve made great friends. While have always supplemented what they learn in preschool, I’ve never taught them with a specific goal in mind — I left that to the experts.
When we decided to send our older girls back to school virtually, it only made sense to keep our three-year-old home. I knew she would miss school, and I would miss three quite hours of work time, but that’s 2020 for you.
As both a way to comfort her about missing school and to help her keep her excitement for learning, I’ve taken up the homeschool challenge. I am a list maker, so keeping a paper calendar and lists is important to me. (I always use a printable calendar.) In order to keep homeschool ideas organized, I created a homeschool planner.
This free printable homeschool planner includes everything you need to homeschool – at any age. While I won’t be using grades, I wanted to make it inclusive for parents who are new to homeschooling (like me) and need something to help get organized. The pages in this planner include:
- Daily plan
- Weekly notes
- Reading list
- Monthly calendar
- Online resources
When you download the homeschool planner, you can print the whole thing or just the pages you need. You can even print multiples of the pages you plan to use often, like the monthly calendar.
Make sure you add TheSuburbanMom.com as one of your online resources. I have tons of craft ideas for little ones, and I am working on a letter of the week series. If you have older kids, I also recommend my Cursive Worksheets to help teach cursive or improve handwriting.
I use a clipboard to keep everything together and organized, that way I can take notes sitting on the couch too. But a project folder another great way to keep the homeschool planner organized.
I decided to design it with pretty flowers instead of traditional school designs because I am the one who has to look at it, and I like pretty flowers. I hope you agree.
Download the Homeschool Planner HERE.
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