Free Homeschool Planner Pages

Yes, I know there are planner pages everywhere. There are some that are overly simple, and others that are overly detailed. I wanted one somewhere in the middle. But I think that everyone has particular needs and this fits our needs – and I thought I would share!

Homeschool-day-plannerI’ll keep adding to this page as I find what works for us.

To print this and any other planner pages I share, just click on the image and the .PDF will open that you can save and print.

Here we have both a day planner and a week at a glance page. I find them both helpful because I can get more detailed on each day, but see what the week holds in one spot.

I figure out my week’s overview, then populate the day planner pages Homeschool-week-ataglancewith that information. The day planner pages all have space for notes, creative moments, lessons and a to-do list with reminders.

Homeschool-month-ataglanceAnd of course, your month at a glance. It’s simple and straightforward, starting with Monday first puts the whole weekend together so I can see exactly what that will look like also. Often many of our family outings are over the course of a weekend, so having Saturday and Sunday together is convenient. It does take a bit of getting used to, but simplifies things just a little for me. I like to put the overview here, then populate each of the later ones. This gives me birthdays, anniversaries, field trips, etc. Easy to use and convenient, it’s here for you!

Here’s a project planner – we always seem to need note paper for project ideas, but have trouble organizing the thoughts, goals and supplies needed. This puts at least some of that early planning on one page.

Homeschool-Project-Planner

 

My boys saw my planner, and decided they would like to have their own planner to help keep organized. So, this student planner was born. Like the others, it’s simple and uncomplicated to be clear with what needs to be done. Enjoy!

homeschool-studentplanner

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