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My Favorite Homeschool Planner

I’m somewhat of a planner junkie…not that I actually use all of them, I just like to have them for some reason. That’s why I love this homeschool and student planner – I will actually use it, and so can my son!

The Flexible Homeschool Mom Planner

This planner really has it all…everything you or your student could wish for, and then some!

And the thing I love most? My son and I don’t need separate planners – there’s enough here to easily customize homeschool planners for both of us!

Customized Homeschool Planner

This planner includes almost 100 pages of planning goodness, and it’s laid out in a way that is really easy to use. Your older students (I would say middle school to junior high through college) can use it, and so can you!

And better yet, of the other planning sheets are undated, so you could actually use it for years to come!

Planner Features

The Flexible Homeschool Mom Planner has so many incredible pages that you really can (easily) customize it to fit a lot of different needs. No matter what you homeschooling style, you can use it as both a lesson planner and a household and daily planner.

And your student has a lot of choices as well! There are traditional daily, weekly, and monthly planning pages, but there are plenty of other options as well. There are bullet journal-style trackers and “brain dump” pages, project planners, essay and research planners, and more!

Flexible Homeschool Planner

Even better, this planner isn’t just for homeschooling. If your student is in public or private school or college, this planner will meet their needs as well! (My son is in college and gets a lot of use out of it.)

Inside this planner, you’ll find:

  • Yearly calendars and overview pages
  • Semester planning pages
  • Monthly planning pages
  • Weekly planning pages
  • Daily planning pages
  • Goal setting planners
  • Lists and checklists
  • Notetaking pages
  • Project planners
  • Group project planners
  • Essay and research planners and organizers
  • Reading summaries
  • Assignment tracker
  • Class list (great for co op, public/private school, or college)
  • Routine trackers, including bullet journal formats
  • Monthly dividers and goal-setting pages
  • Inspirational prints (great for dividers or wall art)
  • and much more!

To get your free copy, just head on over to my store. You can use it for as many members of your family as you would like – just print out the pages each would use and put them in a binder! (That way, pages can easily be added in whenever it’s needed!)

Related Links:

How to Prepare for Your Homeschool Year

Planning Out Our Unschooling Studies

7 Ways to Start Your Homeschool Year Off Strong + a Free Printable

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