Homeschool Teacher Edition planners from A Plan in Place will help keep you organized and on track for your entire school year. As you plan the year ahead, then work through each week, record important information, and keep homeschool paperwork handy, you’ll find that your school year runs so much more efficiently than ever before.
First, PLAN your year ahead using Goals & Planning Forms designed for homeschool moms to think through curriculum options, yearly activities, and daily schedules.
GOALS AND PLANNING SECTION EXAMPLES
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Next, PLAN out your year using our optional calendar section. If you choose to include it, you’ll receive two year-at-a-glance calendars, plus 14 monthly calendar pages, giving you some overlap to plan upcoming months at the end of your year. Plus, we allow you to choose the month that your calendars start! Begin your year (or start your year over) whenever it works for your family.
CALENDAR SECTION EXAMPLES
You will then WORK through the school year using your Weekly Schedule Sheets. You have two options – Stock sheets or Customized. Both come in either one-page-per-week or two-pages-per-week. Stock sheets come pre-formatted with blank headings that you fill in each week. For more control over what your Weekly Schedule Sheets look like, choose the Customized option. Find all the information you need to decide on our Weekly Schedule Sheet page. While our Student Editions include 40 weeks of schedule pages to cover the school year, we know that moms don’t take the summers off! So (no matter which option you choose) we include 52 weeks in our Teacher Editions.
As home educators, we have many things to RECORD and remember, and this section of the Teacher Edition is the perfect place to do just that. Our forms allow you to log expenditures, track books that you’ve lent out, and record important phone numbers and websites. We also provide plenty of notes pages to take notes, write down ideas, or even journal.
RECORD KEEPING SECTION EXAMPLES
Do you need a place to KEEP all those curriculum receipts, conference flyers, order forms, and miscellaneous paperwork that usually end up cluttering the kitchen counter? Just add pockets to your planner! Problem solved.