Welcome to my free planning and organization pages!
You are most welcome to download and freely use whatever you need for your own homeschooling. Everyone is different, so many pages are in Word format so that you can tweak and make changes to suit your homeschooling plans!
Theme of the Day
How we fit the Charlotte Mason “extra’s” in to our week ~
Monday ~ Main Core = Social Studies’ research, reading, project or lapbook
Tuesday ~ Timeline & Science = timeline/ Book of Centuries and a Science lesson, notebooking,research, projects or science experiments
Wednesday ~ Wonderful World = Geography study/map work & Nature Study activity
Thursday ~ Tea & Poetry & Shakespeare = we simply read, listen & enjoy
Friday ~Fine Arts = Famous Composer & Famous Artist ~ appreciation lesson, art activity or Sketch Tuesday while we listen to the musician.
Welcome to my free planning pages! You can pop over to see my planning in 2010 and 2011.
I have provided the downloads in MS Word .doc files so that you can tweak and change these forms to suit your own planning.
1. Overview & Year Planner
For a bird’s-eye view of your child’s education here is a model from “The WholeHearted Child Home Education Handbook” by Clay and Sally Clarkson from Whole Heart Ministries. (Read the review on my Book List)
- Free download ~ Overview Year Planner WholeHearted Child.pdf
2. Blank Year Plan
Use this form to assign the subjects from your overview plan to each week/ month. Use this page to write daily, weekly or monthly work and what skills and activities we would use.
3. 36 Week Planner
Our school year is about 36 weeks long. Allocate the work for each subject into the weeks for the year. This will become my master plan, but it will be flexible!
4. Weekly Timetable
Fill in the Weekly Timetable to outline what work you cover for each week. There is place to record the dates and comment on the work completed (or boxes to tick!). This becomes my record of work. (Change the subjects down the side to suit your own needs.)
This is how my weekly record of work looks. (I still have to plan the Bible readings in the Bible column.)
5. Daily Timetable
I place a Daily Timetable in each girl’s file and/or on my notice board for reference.
Read about the children’s school supplies, files, seating and practical homeschool organizational tips
A summary of how we organize our schoolroom:
My side of the room
A post with all my report and evaluation forms:
Read how we Review, File, Evaluate and Celebrate at the end of the year.
Very practical tips on how to organize your children’s educational games, puzzles and even your dressmaking patterns!
(Feel free to download and change anything/tweak/ or ignore what will NOT work for you. )
I will update these pages and add new planners, so please click to subscribe for email notification or RSS feed (just under my Gravatar) for the latest posts.
I hope these pages give you some ideas.