I love organizing and keeping my weeks/days/hours together- knowing what I’m planning to do and when. I don’t feel that I have to stay on top of every second (thankfully!), but it always puts me in a peaceful state when I can rest assure that whatever I need to do the following week is written down somewhere where I can keep track easily of my thoughts and plans.
Keep daily homeschool planners to organize your teaching.
I love daily planners because they help me to see everything at a glance for a month or week at a time. Specific homeschool planners even give you options to record your children’s extracurricular activities, test scores, attendance, as well as daily lesson plans.
I like my lesson planner because it simplifies my lesson planning for both kids. I use it to both plan out their lesson plans for the week and also record what they’ve done each day.
In this video I share some of my experiences with two main planners that have worked for me.
You can purchase a variety of homeschool planners these days like the Well Planned Day Planner by Well Planned Gal, The Ultimate Homeschool Planner by Debra Bell, or free resources like Donna Young’s homeschool planner,
No matter which homeschool planners you choose, the main point is to maintain a record or portfolio of your child’s work and to use something that helps you to accomplish that goal.
What are your favorite ways to keep organized? Leave me a comment or voicemail below! 🙂