My Homeschool Planner

My Homeschool Planner

My Homeschool Planner was created by Vicki Bentley of Everyday Homemaking, a veteran homeschool mom who educated 17 kids at home (including me 😉 ). Now she shares her expertise with other families through speaking, consulting, and more. This planner was one of her first products, created for her own family’s use back when there weren’t dozens of homeschool planner options available.

This is a basic, undated, fluff-free planner. Its 42 school-week-at-a-glance spreads (plus notes column) are designed to be used for an academic year, rather than a full calendar year. I’ve seen this used as a planner for one student, with each row for a different subject, and as a planner for multiple students, with each child’s name in 1-2 rows. It’s made to be flexible for your purposes. 

***This is actually the planner I use for everything, and we’re collaborating on some adaptions to make this a year-long planner, adding in Saturdays and Sundays. If you have ideas on other simple changes to make a “mom planner” version, or you’d like to see how I use mine, please leave a comment!***

In addition to the basic pages for school notes, My Homeschool Planner also includes extra materials at the end. There are pages for planning unit studies, logging field trips, making notes about curriculum, and more. Some pages have relevant Scripture verses on the bottom. Vicki also includes helpful hints for using your planner, a short article on record-keeping, and a more personal article she’s titled, “A Mom’s Sentimental Journey.”

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3 thoughts on “My Homeschool Planner

  1. I use a daily planner to keep up with my college classes and my extra curricular. It makes life so much easier! I have a happy planner and I use printables to decorate the pages! 🙂

  2. I use a daily calendar to keep up with all of our appointments and activities or else I would forget everything! It would be nice to have a planner strictly for homeschool.

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