I’ve got another free teacher planner for you! This one is more of a relaxed, check-it-off-and-we-are-done type layout. Simple and designed for a mom who is now homeschooling three kids and is trying to figure out how to keep it all organized. ?
I used my Charlotte Mason Planner last year and I loved it. This year, I have more kids and it just felt a little too complicated to keep up with.
This year, I’m giving myself a little more grace, and simply checking off our subjects as we go along.
I keep subject notes and page numbers on the weekly spread along with some of my other weekly tasks, and am choosing not to sweat the small stuff.
If you have any tips on how you like to stay organized while homeschooling multiple kids, I’d love to hear what you do!
Planner Pages included:
1. Monthly spread
The monthly spreads are simple and open. I didn’t include any dates. (that way I can use this planner again without having to update the every year.)
2. Weekly Spread
This is it! A place to chart each subject, weekly scheduling, and notes. So far, this format is working out great.
3. Book Lists
There is a general book list and fun-reads book list included. I love to keep track of our reading and deem this an essential part of a good planner.
4. Teacher Term Recap
This planner is broken up into three, twelve-week terms. At the end of each term, I included a term recap. (I had this in the Charlotte Mason Planner and really found it helpful.)
Lastly, there is a section for notes.
What are some of your favorite homeschool planning tips?
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