I’ve put it off as long as possible. It’s time for me to start thinking about homeschool planning for next year. Thankfully, the curriculum that my teens are currently using is pretty much grab-and-go.
That doesn’t mean that I’m not still thinking very seriously of using some of the tips for planning a homeschool year from Blueprint Homeschooling and writing it all up neatly in a teacher planner from A Plan in Place. Having the whole year sketched out – and knowing we’ll definitely get through all of both kids’ current math levels – makes the planner in me slightly giddy and I’m not going to deny the fact that I was a little jealous of Megan’s custom student planner.
As I find myself actually getting excited about planning the upcoming school year, I know I can’t be alone. So, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite planning posts with you. Maybe they’ll inspire those of you who aren’t excited yet.
The schedule that works for my family, may not work for your family. If you’ve got small children, I can almost guarantee my schedule won’t work for you. You need to take your family’s unique situation into account when planning your homeschool schedule. This article features 4 general considerations you’ll want to take into account when planning your family’s schedule.
This article is a round-up of 10 organizing tips posts for your homeschool. Because it’s an older post from when my kids were younger, it contains tips that those of you with younger kids will probably find helpful.
Since one of the main goals of planning and organizing is being more productive, I thought this article from a couple of years ago was applicable. Try these 7 tips for being more productive each day.
I think I’ve resigned myself that we’re going to have to start school on July 20th. That means it’s time to start planning.
When are you starting your new school year?