Hey guys! I hope you’re enjoying my Tip Tuesday series. If you’re following along you know that last week we talked about how to choose homeschool curriculum, and this week I’m getting into the nitty gritty of how to take all of that curriculum and turn it into workable lesson plans for your homeschool year.


So let’s get into it yeah?

I’ll show you how to create lesson plans step-by-step and more in my new How To Homeschool Masterclass! Click below to check it out! I’ll also be available to answer all of your unique questions in our own personal forum! Hope to see you there 🙂

To read more about creating lesson plans check out my blog posts below!


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I hope you enjoyed this post, and that it helps make your lesson planning less stressful! Remember my rule, keep it simple and get ‘er done!

Want to see more of my Tip Tuesday Videos? Make sure to click the image below to check out all of my homeschooling tips!



I hope this helps some of you out, I know getting started can be overwhelming! I wrote a book called Homeschooling 101 that will help answer all of your questions on how to get started homeschooling, choosing curriculum, creating lesson plans, etc. For more information on homeschooling check out my Homeschooling 101: A guide to getting started!



    1. Yes I’m interested in knowing this too! I love that idea. I currently hand write that information every day which is really too much. Printing the whole thing out in advance is great! 🙂

      1. Yes, I too would like to know which student planner did you show in your video. Also, when you purchase your planners, are they editable so that I can type the assignments prior to printing? Wonderful video, I have been planning half years myself and I still received more helpful tips from your video. Thank you so much!

        Amanda Burt
  1. Great video! Thanks for all of the good information. What pens were you using on the planner? They were erasable correct? They looked awesome and would be something I would be interested in.

    Riley Ussery
    1. I don’t think I’ve done a video on it, but we just go once a week to an options program that is run through our school district. They offer fun classes that we might not do at home, or things that are better to do in groups. We’ve done PE, art, science experiments, music, and foreign language. The older kids do a variety of things like speech/debate, game theory, cooking, creative writing, etc. The classes vary from year to year so they get a good variety. And it gives me a day off too 🙂


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