I’m so excited to be able to offer a new version of my Chaos Coordinator Homeschool Planner for the 2021-2022 school year. This planner has everything that my weekly planner has and more! I decided to make a daily planner at the suggestion of one of my best friends and she was right, this is really cool. Let me tell you all about it.
First, I’m in love with this year’s color scheme of pale pink and denim blue with hints of yellow. The colors are soft, but perfect for writing on. The focus will be on what you write and you’ll be able to see your notes quickly. I also love that there’s a lot of room for planning your homeschool day. Each day has a ton of room that you can break down by subject, time blocks, or any way that works for you.
This planner is also undated, unlike the weekly planner which is dated. This way, you can start whenever you like. I’ve also included an undated monthly calendar so you plan your whole month in advance.
It also includes space where you can set your top priorities or goals for each day. Maybe today you just really need to make sure you get that math test done or finish a history project. Maybe you need to get the laundry done or set up a field trip. Priorities and goals are great to help you keep your focus.
There’s also room for appointments like doctor’s appointments, field trips, classes, or basketball. Keep track of supplies you need for the day or that you need to purchase. Write down your prayer requests or your students and plan out the day’s menu. There’s also a water tracker that you can use for yourself or your students and a place to jot down notes.
Also included are all the other pages that you get with my weekly planner:
- School Calendar
- Attendance Calendar
- Calendar Consideration: This planning sheet is great when you are planning your school year. Write down things that you will need to plan your homeschool days around. For example sports, vacations, appointments, events, etc.
- Shopping Planner to keep up with what curriculum/extras you’ve bought and what you might still need with room to keep up with prices, websites, etc.
- Course Names: Great for middle and high school when you need to name classes and assign credit, but can be used for any grade level.
- Course Plan: This helps you to know where you should be by the end of each quarter for each book, textbook, and workbook that you use.
- Courses & Co-ops: Record what your students participate in outside of your homeschool.
- Holiday Planner: Use this for planning special occasions and holidays for every month of the year. Did you want to do a special unit study for Thanksgiving? Read a special book in February? Use this to keep track of all of that information. It’s also great for planning special events, parties and can even be used as a holiday planner for your family.
- Schedule: Plan your children’s schedule, your own, or both. Feel free to include chores, appointments, etc.
- Reading List: Log all books read or have a reading challenge!
- Field Trip Log: Plan a field trip or record them!
- Awards: Keep track of any awards they receive from homeschool, church, scouts, sports, etc.
- Goals: To use for your students and yourself.
- End of the month notes: At the end of each month, record upcoming events, wins, and things you need to work on, and any supplies you may need to get. There’s also plenty of room for general notes.
- Notes by student/and subject: These are great for keeping up with any notes you may need to make for a specific student.
I’ve included my End of Year Checklist for free! Use this at the end of your homeschool year to make sure you’ve done everything you need to do before you close out your homeschool for the summer.
This homeschool planner has everything you need to plan out each day of the homeschool year. It’s also really pretty and has soft pink and blue colors. It’s available as a PDF download.
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