I designed this gorgeous hot pink and gray homeschool planner back in 2016! That seems ages ago now. As I was perusing my Etsy shop, TeraBareDesigns, I realized that I haven’t updated this planner since then. Man, life gets super busy sometimes. So, I sat down a few days ago and decided it was time for this beauty to get a much-needed update.
Isn’t she pretty now that she’s all updated? I remember that I wanted this planner to be very simple and minimalist and I feel like I stayed true to that. There isn’t a ton of bells and whistles jammed onto the daily planning pages, and the overall design is sleek and clean. But with a pop of hot pink (magenta) and cool gray. It’s so pretty!
So what did I change? Honestly, more than I thought. I updated the font to more modern fonts and changed all the black fonts to a soft gray. I love the gray! It’s easier on the printer and easier on your eyes than black. I also updated the actual daily planner page and stripped it down to the bare necessities to allow for more planning room. It still has the to-do section and I’ve included a space for notes. I also went through it page by page, updating and reformatting where I felt it was too busy. I completely redesigned almost every single page, but I’m so happy with it and I hope you will be too.
Here’s what’s inside this beautiful daily homeschool planner…
- Homeschool Information Page – Jot down each student’s pertinent information for the year. Record testing dates and information. You can also write down your vision, verse/motto for your homeschool.
- Calendar Considerations Page – This page is for helping your to plan your homeschool calendar. Each month, jot down the things that you know in advance that you will have to plan around like, tournaments, holidays, vacations.
- Homeschool Calendar – Plan your homeschool year here, including holidays, teacher workdays, etc.
- Curriculum Planner – Keep up with what you’ve bought, still need to get or borrow and amounts so you stay on budget.
- Subjects and Courses worksheet – Use this for assigning credit and course names to subjects. This is great for high school transcripts.
- Course Projections – Jot down where you’d like to be at the end of each semester so that at-a-glance you’ll know if you’re on track.
- Co-ops, Classes, etc – Record all classes taken outside of your homeschool. This could be tutoring, classes at the local college, theater, dance, PE, anthing you need or want to assign as a homeschool class.
- Goals- This can be used for yourself, your students or for your homeschool in general.
- Holiday Planning – Write down anything you want to do for the holidays. For example, a documentary on the presidents for Presidents Day, a project for Martin Luther King Day. Use this to plan out unit studies, books to read, craft to make for the holidays each month. You could even use it to plan the holidays for your family.
- Attendance Calendar – Mark attendance here!
- Schedule – Use this however you like.
- Reading Log – Use this to keep up with books read, or for a reading competition possibily.
- Field Trips page – Record information about field trips that you’ve been on, or use it to plan your own field trips.
- Awards and Achievements – Record any type of achivement from winning the spelling bee to getting a badge at chuch or MVP in basketball.
- Notes – Jot down notes as you go through the year, or make evalauations about your students as you go.
- Undated Monthly Calendar Pages – See each month at-a-glance.
- Tips – I’ve included some helpful homeschool planning tips.
Daily Planning Pages Include…
- A Page for each month with room for you to write in the date.
- Space for each subject with plenty of room to write lessons.
- Space for electives.
- To-do list
- Notes Section
I’ve also included my End of Homeschool Year Checklists! So when you do finally get to the end of another homeschool year, you know exactly what to do to finish up.
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