4 Homeschool Quarter Planning Forms
You know I’ve said before, it takes me sometimes several months thinking about a homeschool form for the 7 Step Homeschool Planner before I actually release it to you. The reason why is because my forms are created out of need as I go throughout my many years of homeschooling.
This one, the homeschool quarter planning form, I actually have been thinking about for a year. And I am so OVER THE TOP excited to share it with you today!
Let me tell you first how I set it up, how I will be using it this year and why I needed it last year too.
Look at how I created this newest from.
- It’s divided into 4 quarters or 4 pages with three month calendars on each page.
- It has a box at the top right to pen in whether you follow an academic or a physical year calendar.
- So that the calendars can be used over and over, pen in the day of week so your calendar is current year ready. Note: (Not that you would do this, but remember the first of the month doesn’t always begin on Monday or Sunday. I know you know that, but you’d be surprised how giddy you can get when filling in a new form.)
- Because you can choose when to begin your homeschool year, you determine which months are your first quarter, your second quarter and etc. Just put an X, highlight the quarter or place a check at the top right section. I love the flexibility of determining which months are which quarters.
- On the calendar highlight or circle the dates you want to reach certain objectives, goals or projects and
- then use the lined box to the right of the calendar to write down your thoughts, plans or objectives.
- At the bottom of the page or the end of the quarter is a place for evaluation.
Though I have two other objectives form which are kept on Step 3. Choose Goals/Objectives I ran into small problems that set me back when planning with broad strokes.
Because this is my third high schooler, I know that our year needs to not only be varied, but focused.
Dividing the quarter planning forms up, I can focus on one or more skills or subjects for a specified period of time.
The other months I don’t have to plan so detailed. I LOVE these new forms because you can use them in a variety of ways.
- One or more can be used when you need to plan for a short term or three months.
- If you have a high school teen, you may need to plan all of the quarters more precisely.
- If you have an older child, but the rest of your children are younger, this allows you to plan for your oldest child in a more detailed way.
- If you want to plan with fine details for all of your children, no matter their age, each form allows you a place to write down your plan.
- The best part is that you can print off as many as you need. You can print one for each child, one quarter for all your children or print all of them for your children.
I have just started putting together my planner and will be not binding it for a while yet because I am still undecided about some things I want in it, but this is not one of them. I am already using these quarter planning forms.
I hope you love these new forms and read on to see how to get them.
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