Homeschool planning is not rocket science. Armed with information and a little encouragement, it is easy to create a workable plan for your family to use all year long. Planning in advance helps bring peace and structure to a homeschool day, along with confidence for Mom.
To help you create a homeschool plan that works, I have created a number of resources for you. Start by picking up a copy of your eleven free homeschool planning pages. These pages are the heart of your homeschool planning.
The the posts below will give you tons of ideas from curriculum to scheduling to morning time. See what we use and how we use it to give you ideas and inspiration as you fill in your own plan for the year.
Start with the Homeschool Planning eBook
In Plan Your Year: Homeschool Planning for Purpose and Peace I outline step-by-step the foolproof way to create a homeschool schedule that will bless your family.
Homeschool Planning Resources and Posts at Everyday Snapshots
- It’s [3:16]. How’s Your Homeschool Plan Holding Up? Part One
- It’s [3:16]. How’s Your Homeschool Plan Holding Up? Part Two
- Top Curriculum Picks 2014-2015
- Looking Forward to Homeschool Planning Season
- Why You Need A Prepared Curriculum
- Homeschool Planning Hangout
- How to Feel Less Busy Even When You Can’t Be
The Original Homeschool Planning Series
- Best Tips for Creating a Homeschool Daily Schedule
- How to Plan a Week and Sample Homeschool Schedules
- Six Homeschool Schedule Options
- Creating Homeschooling Goals for Growth
Homeschool Planning Pre-2014
- Curriculum 2013-2104
- 2013-2014 Curriculum and Plans: How We Started Our Own Classical Co-op
- 2013-2014 Curriculum and Plans: The Morning Time Binder
- 2013-2014 Curriculum and Plans: Morning Time
- 2013-2014 Curriculum and Plans: The Basics
- Hits and Misses 2013 Edition
- Curriculum 2012-2013
If you have any questions about the homeschool planning process feel free to drop me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I would be happy to help you in any way that I can.