Free Homeschool Planner – 20-page Update Added!
This afternoon, I added in about 20 new pages to our free Homeschool Planner. I have been adding to this file for ages because I change up my own homeschool planner frequently! This Homeschool Planner pdf is now well over 125+ pages! Recently, I’ve been printing out two pages for each week. One is a grid with 9 areas where I can jot down some notes about each subject area… and the other has the days Monday through Friday. I’ve used some cute clipart for each week. I added all those planning pages to the Homeschool Planner.
Scroll through to pages 112 to 132 for those latest pages!
If you have downloaded our Homeschool Planner previously, you should have an update email from SendOwl, the delivery service I use if you downloaded our free Homeschool Planner previously. (Check your PayPal email address for that!)
Other pages that are included in our Free Homeschool Planner:
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Note: In order to share new edits/changes to this packet, I am making it available (free) through SendOwl, the delivery service I use. When you click the link below, you will see a pop-up box that says “Your order is free.” Once you type in your email address, the download link will appear. You will also receive an email from SendOwl which says “Homeschool Den Purchase” even though it is free!!! This is an automatically generated email that gives you the download link.
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I usually print out various calendar pages to add into my Homeschool Planner. I’ll print out both the full page and then one page that has 8-per page so I can see the semester at a glance. Our free calendar now goes through August of 2020 (so it includes 20 months or so)
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You might also be interested in these FREE Homeschool Curriculum Resource Guides:
If you are looking for more practical homeschooling tips, you might be interested in our Homeschool Planning Series with tips on Creating Your Homeschool Curriculum. We have three (of four) free resource guides available for K-1, Grades 2-3 and Grades 4-5. (The Grade 6-8 Resource Guide is mostly finished. I hope to share that early this next Fall 2017.)
Creating a Homeschool Curriculum: Kindergarten, Grade 1 This FREE 50-page Resource Guide has been created to answer some basic questions: What subjects should I cover? Where do I start? How do I know what to teach. It offers topics, units and hands-on activity ideas that might appeal to your kids.
Creating a Homeschool Curriculum Grades 2-3 FREE 30-page Resource Guide
This guide is a starting point for choosing the material you might want to cover in your homeschool. What subjects, units and topics should you cover in Grades 2 and 3? Where do I start? This resource guide will offer suggestions on what topics and hands-on activities might be engaging for your kids at this age.
Here are some other useful Homeschooling Posts:
- Starting to Homeschool – This page has links to dozens and dozens of posts: How to find a homeschool curriculum? What about socialization? How do I know what to teach the kids? What does a homeschool day look like? How do I start homeschooling my preschooler?
- Starting to Homeschool: Where to Start
- Thoughts on Teaching: Getting Organized
- Here are some projects and activities we enjoyed for early elementary science. Here is a similar post with 20 science activities for Early Elementary.
And, the science resource page above gives you links (and pictures) with some projects we’ve done along the way.
And here are some of the science topics I hope to cover K-8 in science: Homeschool Science Unit Checklist – K to Grade 8.
There is also a Language Arts Resource Page with dozens of free grammar pages (comma rules and practice, their/they’re/there, apostrophes and quotation marks and more!!), writing resources, and various fun spelling packets we’ve made along the way.
Also this post shares some of the language arts curriculum we use for grammar, spelling, etc.:
The homeschooling community (online and off) is amazing. Be sure to find a network of homeschoolers to encourage you in the hard moments!! We’d love to see you over in our free Homeschool Den Chat Facebook Group!
See you again in August! ~Liesl
A few of our packets include:
- Multiplication BUNDLE (with 15 pdfs – 250+ Pages!) Colorful, fun worksheets, games, skip counting activities and more for learning the multiplication tables 2s through 9s!
Do your kids know the 4 largest countries? Which countries have the most people? The longest river? This packet covers basic world and U.S. facts. It also has a section on geographical features and landform words (both the basics like island, lake, peninsula, but also words like atoll, archipelago and so forth). This packet also goes over some of the famous World Landmarks, world deserts and more!