Homeschooling and Homemaking Planner Binder Pages
I’ve been thinking of getting a new homeschooling & homemaking planner. After I looked at some online, I realized that I would be spending at least $25 (probably more) on one. Instead of buying one, I decided to make my own and place the pages in a flexible binder. I just made pages and decided to share them with all of my readers! If you don’t currently have a homemaking or homeschooling planner – you can make one, too! Below are the links to the specific pages.
For menu planning & grocery shopping:
This sheet is for tracking school days. Simply write the date you did school when you fill in all the boxes on this page – you are officially half way through the school year in many states. If your state asks you to keep a record of 180 days – this sheet is for you!
Vocabulary sheet to help you organize which words the kids are studying each week.
Book List of books to read aloud or books for your kids or you to read:
Bible Verse Sheet (to help you organize which Bible verses the kids are memorizing).
Life Skills Sheet. I made this form for my child who has developmental delay. I want to plan life skills to teach him and keep track of what we’ve already covered.
Plan and schedule your character study here.
Keep track of subjects and what you did each day with the homeschooling bundle.
Here is a link to my blank monthly calendar: calendar.
For your kids: I made these three sheets to help the kids remember what is expected of them each day. It is a “to do list” that looks a little more appealing and is unique to each child. Also it helps that the boxes could just use an “X” over top or a check mark to say that it is done. The first one is the flowers with pink:
The next one is the blue birds.
The last one is our dog theme.
I really hope you enjoy your FREE Printables!
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