I’m so excited! Can you tell? I’ve been working really hard updating the Chaos Coordinator planner. What a whirlwind this has been! Last year during the pandemic my laptop’s hard drive got completely wiped out. I cried, got angry, and then just had to come to the conclusion that everything I’ve done was gone and I’d have to start over again. Thankfully my hubby came to my rescue and took me shopping for a brand new computer! All of this to say that I literally had to redesign this planner from the ground up.
I changed a few things that you probably won’t notice and few things that you might. Just in case you’ve never used this homeschool planner before let me introduce it to you.
Here is what is included:
- A 2 page weekly planning spread that includes:
- Plenty of room for lesson planning
- A place to keep notes
- Write down supplies you need
- A special place for prayer requests
- Plan your menu for the week
- Check off exercise or PE each day
- Weekend planning space
- 2 page monthly calendar spread with holidays to plan the whole month.
- 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 week 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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