As promised last week when I released my Bright & Colorful Homeschool Planner, today I have the second version of my printable homeschool lesson planner for you! Most of my requests were for a floral planner similar to my blog planner. So without further ado…
I present the floral Homeschool Lesson Planner & Records download.
And actually I tried to make this fairly customizable so you should be able to use it whether you homeschool or teach in a traditional classroom.
Get the Floral Lesson Planner now!
Psst…giveaway alert, keep reading!
The first part of the planner you’ll find the weekly planning pages. I included 5 copies for each month so you should have enough for each month regardless of how many days there are and how they fall.
What forms are included?
The following pages are all of my helpful homeschooling forms. The form section includes the following items. If there’s a form I forgot, feel free to email me and I’ll do my best to add one in!
Most of these forms were created to go along with my Homeschooling 101: A Guide to Getting Started eBook. Hopefully they’re fairly self explanatory but you can use them however best suits your needs.
- Homeschooling Vision Statement
- Notice of Intent to Homeschool
- Household Rules Chart (There are a couple versions of this, one partially filled in and one blank.)
- Behavior & Discipline Chart
- Our Family Schedule
- Our Commitment Worksheet
- Our Curriculum
- Curriculum Plan Overview
- Weekly Subject overview
- Weekly Schedule Overview
- Our Book List
- Planned Field Trips
- Extra-curricular Activities
- Craft Supply List
- Homeschool Supply Shopping List
- Photocopies Needed List
- Unit Study Planner
- Preschool Assessment Form
- kindergarten Assessment Form
- Sight Word Assessment Form (Covers Primer – 3rd Grade)
- Homeschool Attendance Records
- Homeschool Long Term Grade Records
- Super Mom vs. Abiding Mom Printable
- Year at-a-Glance Calendars (2013-2016)
How do I use the planner?
To use, simply print the planner, then take it to a local office supply shop to have it spiral bound for ease of use. It cost me $3.50 for the spiral coil, clear plastic cover, and white back cover. You can even print an extra one for your students if they prefer to work off of their own planner!
Fill it in!
First add in the current week dates at the top along with all of your subjects down the left hand column.
Next add in your lessons on the lines provided. You can use the lines to write in lessons for each child as indicated below.
I like to use different colored pens for each of my children.
I like the Paper Mate InkJoy retractable pens, they’re colorful and fun. However, pen is permanent so if you like to move things around, you might consider erasble colored pencils.
As you proceed through your lessons, highlight the completed items so you know that they are finished.
Get the Floral Lesson Planner now!
Of course you know how I am with giveaways, so I’m totally excited to offer a giveaway for the Lesson Planner!
Make sure to enter even if you’ve already purchased it and I’ll be happy to refund you!
I hope you enjoy this soft floral version of my planner! Feel free to email me if you have any questions or would like to see anything added in that I missed!
NOTE: This item is currently available in digital download format only. It is in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader to open and print the file.
It’s so pretty! I’ve been wanting a planner all year! Love this
Can somebody please tell me how many pages (total) this is for printing purposes?! – Thanks!
I was also wondering the number of pages.
Ahh, now I have a dilemma, do I use the colorful lesson planner or the floral one? Only two choices but they’re both so pretty!!!!!! 🙂
I love the colors. There are about 181 pages. The titles are a bit blurry. Thursday and Friday are missing subject box. There are no weekends in the lesson plans only Monday through Friday.
The subject boxes are not on the 2nd page of the planner (Thurs, Fri, Notes) because it’s meant to be opened in a spiral so the subject boxes from the left side of the pages would carry over if that makes sense 🙂 And the titles shouldn’t be blurry, at least they aren’t on my copy. They printed out just fine for me.