Free Homeschool Student Planner

If you are like me, and trying to bring a little more organization into your crazy, homeschool life then you might appreciate this post. Because, I am sharing a homeschool student planner for FREE. ???

A while ago, I got on a planner-page-making kick… and this week, I finally decided to put together the ones that would work best for this year.

Since they are fairly generic, I thought some of my homeschooling mama friends could possibly benefit from them as well. Let me know what you think!



You can do anything your creative heart wants to (other than take and sell this as your own.).

I laminated the front and back cover, printed the pages back to front, and had it bound at our local print shop.

Note #1: there are no specific dates written in. That way, this product can be used for multiple years/months/weeks.
Note #2: The fonts used within these pages have been purchased and are used with permission, therefore they are not editable.

This Planner:



1. About Me page.

This is just a fun space to make this planner their own. (Besides, it will be fun to look back and see how these things have changed.)

2. Year at a glance.

This page is for organizing the big picture. (Marking terms, noting big events, or planning significant assessments.)

3. Day Planner Page. 

This page is for breaking down the activities into specific time slots.

4. Reading Log.

For keeping track of book-reading for the school year.

5. Field Trip Tracker

A place to note all the meaningful places they have visited and what they have learned.

6. Username and Password Log

A place to store important log in information for their educational websites.

7. Gratitude List

This page is for fostering an attitude of gratefulness in the area of education.

8. The Weekly Spread

This is the main spread sheet that is used each week. (I printed 36 weeks) This spread includes a week glance, subject check-offs, Chore checklist, and a place for notes.

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10 comments / Add your comment below

  1. I love the about me section Jessica , it will be fun in years to come to review! The day planner is a vital page and keeps kids focused on tasks and times. Day trip pages will be a good way to document their time away from school . #6 is great to always be able to log in, I need that for Me!! That is so nice to have a gratitude list , makes kids appreciate people and things . Great job again Jessica , take care, Terri xo.

  2. This is such a great help! I have used your academic planner myself in the past and liked it, but this is the first year I’ll be using one with my daughter. Another 5th grader who will eat it up! The About Me page is pure genius. Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing this with homeschoolers.

  3. I just stumbled across this and I am so happy I did. I am embarking on my first year homeschooling after making the decision to pull my kids from public school in May….this will help me and them SO much!

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