Hey friends!! I have FINALLY been able to upload my planning sheets to the blog. If you want to take advantage of these FREE printables simply complete the check out process using the link below. Want to know why I don’t use an actual planner? See my post here!
1). A Student Checklist
I use this checklist for my oldest daughter, and somewhat for my younger. It is divided into segments that correlates with my daily schedule. As the girls get older I strive to teach more independence. I also include daily chores so I can see what has been accomplished at a glance. I simply mark through subjects that we will be skipping.
2). Weekly Planning Sheet
My weekly planning sheet is what I use to keep on track. I like to keep my meals, to do lists, and materials list all in the same place. It makes it easy for me to see what is on the agenda for a week. I plan for one week at a time (at the most two), so I don’t set myself up for failure. Anything longer than that and we have problems keeping up when life happens.
3). Theme Unit Planner
My theme unit planner is what I use if I am planning a specific theme. I especially like to do these type of units in the younger years. This sheet simply allows me to keep all my ideas in one place, so I can easily plan.
4). Yearly Planner
Now that we are using BJU for our core subjects we actually have a video log that keeps us all on task. Before this, I used a yearly log. I like to see my assignments all in one place, so it’s easy to plan. I would set up the assignments at the beginning of the year. This is the only long-term planning that I do, and it’s simply because I don’t ever break up our reading assignments from our worksheet assignments, so I know these won’t change.
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