Step Four: Make a Homeschool Planner
A Homeschool Planner: Optional? but Highly Recommended
Purpose of a Planner: To be prepared. To plan and to keep a record of educational activities and achievements.
Isn't this why you are at donnayoung.org in the first place? Go over to my vast selection of planner printables and make yourself a planner! Why are you still looking at this page? The links to the various forms are in the second row of the menu at the top of the page and I added them, along with a little description, below.
This is how my website started, sharing my planner forms. I have a lot to say about planning and how to plan and I have many forms that you may use for your planner. The following set of links go to how-to pages and forms pages:
- Planner Guide (how-to)
- How to Make Plans (how-to - you are currently in this section)
- Lists (forms for various lists)
- Administrative (forms designed for administering)
- Lesson Plan Forms (forms designed for planning)
- Extra (forms, notebooking, covers, meeting, etc )
- Sets (Coordinating Homeschool Planners)
- High School (how-to and forms for high school planning)
Best Wishes and when the going gets tough, remember why you are teaching your children at home.
That is all for this section, I truly hope it helped. Just do the steps: 1. Subjects, 2. Books, 3. COS, 4. Planner.