I am a planner. Whether you are referring to homeschool planning options, meal planning, home scheduling, I plan and organize it all. I LOVE planners, schedules, checklists, etc.
There are endless homeschool planning options. It starts with the method in which you homeschool (Classical, Charlotte Mason, Unit Studies, School at Home), and then moves on to include the type of yearly schedule you want to keep (Public School, Year Round, Custom), and includes schedule type choices (4 Day Weeks, Block Scheduling, Loop Scheduling).
Homeschool planning is a varied and personal choice. One of the most important things to remember is to keep your life, your children’s needs, and your needs in the forefront as you make choices for your homeschool.
Throughout my more than a decade of homeschooling I have used more planners and planning methods than you can count on two hands. Each time I have used something new it was to suit a different schedule or child’s needs.
Not only will I share those with you, but I have also created an extensive list of planner options for you to choose from!
Homeschool Planning with Plan Your Year
Plan Your Year is a homeschool planning book which lays out a step by step process for planning your homeschool year.
The ten chapters contained inside will guide your through the process of planning your homeschool year. Most chapters contain forms to use in completing that step of the process, as well as Action Items to be completed at the end of each chapter.
- Cast a Vision
- Craft Effective Goals
- Determine a Course of Study and Purchase Resources
- Creating Schedules
- Planning Weeks and Days
- Lesson Planning for Homeschoolers
- Planning Your Own Study
- Organize Your Materials
- Putting It All Together
- Planning in Action
The newly updated and expanded Plan Your Year book is now in print and available on Amazon. I happen to be a pen and paper girl, so I printed them blank and then wrote on them myself. (Hey, it’s a great excuse to use those awesome colored pens I bought!)