This great free homeschool planner has 164 pages where you can write your weekly schedule, goals, a weekly to-do list, Unit Studies, a mission statement and what your child has achieved.
A great way to start your planner, with an overview of your year.
A place to write your monthly homeschooling goals.
Somewhere to write your weekly schedule.
Things you need to remember!
There's lots more in the free planner, like a place to write down Unit Studies, including which videos, field trips and hands-on activities you are going to include.
P.S. Sheryl has kindly offered that if you have any additional needs for your planner, you can find her in our Courageous Homeschooling Facebook group.
Now you have your plannner safely downloaded and printed out, you're all set.
Even the best planners go astray! Things change, your child gets older, interests move on. It can be hard to keep up.
Sometimes, if my daughter is anything to go by, you'll spend three weeks doing nothing much at all and your planner will go out the window.
One look at the home schooling problems page and you'll see that's my pet anxt.
I really struggle sometimes when my children just don't seem to be doing anything and we don't seem to be 'getting' anywhere.
That's when the fears and worries begin to bite.
Fortunately, you can get reassurance that this is a phase and everything will work out in the end from over 2,000 homeschooling families who share tips, reassurance and help in the Courageous Homeschooling Handbook.
Please note that the book link on this page is an affiliate links so if you buy I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.
If you'd like more help, there are lots of tips on how to make your own schedule here.
Finally, thank you once again to Sheryl for sharing her lovely homeschool planner with us.