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This homeschool planner makes it easy to keep your child’s schoolwork organized (and may just help you keep your sanity too).
Okay, looks like I’m homeschooling! Even though I taught kindergarten for 14 years, I always swore that it was something I’d never do! Well, we all know that the world has gotten a little crazy these days and it happened…I’m now in charge teaching 2nd and 6th grade.
Luckily, most everything is online because I’m seriously not up for 6th grade math (have you seen that stuff???) However, I do want to help keep my girls (and myself) on track and organized. That’s where a good homeschool planner comes in and this mini planner covers all the basics.
For those of us who suddenly find ourselves in the role of “teacher”, this free printable homeschool planner has everything you’ll need:
My Week Ahead is great for laying out everything that needs to be done for the week in one place. You can break up the assignments evenly and check each day to see what’s on the agenda.
Today’s Plan works for planning out a daily schedule and has time slots for everything from reading to recess.
The Assignment Log helps keep track of the assignments that are due and whether still need to be completed or not.
Finally, if you are using various websites to complete assignments, Website Resources helps keep track of the sites and any passwords that may go with them.
I think you’ll find these pages as helpful as I am! When you’re ready to print, just click on the image below.
Hopefully this will help keep both you and the kids organized, because we all know that this is as much work for the moms as the kids. We’ve totally got this!
I’ve also got you covered with art class. Save those toilet paper rolls for these fun toilet paper roll crafts for kids.
Have PE and recess in the backyard with these fun outdoor games for kids.
Keep up with all the school activities with this free Calendar Printable. Want more great learning resources? Check out my post on how to prevent summer learning loss.
If nothing else, just remember…summer break is right around the corner!