It’s that time of year again. Everyone is pulling out their calendars and weekly planners and teacher’s guides, and filling them in for the coming school year. If you’re at a loss of where to start, need some homeschool planning tips or just want to hear how others have planned their curriculums, their school rooms and their schedules. I know you’ll find plenty of inspiration in today’s post.
Wendy, a homeschool mom of many shares these tips from FollowinginHisFootsteps.com
Victoria from HomemakingWithHeart.com shares about
Stacey from LayeredSoul.com shares lots of printable lists for organizing your year and assignments
Heather from UpsideDownHomeschooling.com shares ideas for
- Making the First Day of (Home)school Memorable
- 5 Things NOT to do on the First Day of School
- 7 Steps to Planning Your School Year
Angela at HomeschoolingaChangeofHeart.com has a great free planner! (my second grader is using this this year!)
Looking for Middle School help? Marcy at BenandMe.com
And for high school – Laurie at OurAbundantBlessings.com
Connie from TheDaisyHead.com also has lots of great high school planning tips
- High School Planning, part 1
- Getting your teens to help with Record Keeping
- Keeping High School Records with College in Mind
- School without a School Room
- Guiding Your Teens Through Social Media
From Joy at AJourneyofJoy.com
Bridget from WhileonthisSide.com made her dining room the school room
Caroline from TheModestMomBlog.com has some encouragement to share
Tabitha from MeetPenny.com shares about scheduling
Steve and Tricia form Hodgepodge.me share tips for large family homeschooling
MaryEllen from ImperfectHomemaker.com shares some great administrative tips
Crystal from ServingJoyfully.com shares how you don’t need a “room” to homeschool
Jill at BlessedBeyondaDoubt.com shares some great tips for planning/starting the year off well.
- The How and Why of making a Homeschool Mission Statement
- Free Homeschool Planners
- Homeschool Boot Camp 101
- How to start school on time every day
- Easy Homeschool Record Keeping
Amanda from ThePelsers.com has a great post on history curriculum!
Planning to study Shakespeare or Van Gogh? Visit Chis at CampfiresAndCleats.com for some great ideas!
- Shakespeare Unit Activities
- Van Gogh resources and activities
- Watercolor activities
- Encouragement when homeschool feels less than perfect
Do you have a planning/organizing tip you’d like to share. We’d love to hear about it. Please leave a comment!
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