Today, I’m updating the 5 year holidays list to include the years 2016 to 2020. The permanent page for the 5 year holiday list is kept on Step. 2. Choose Calendars/Appointment Keepers.
Curriculum Page for Planner
Basically, this one page (or two if you want both color choices) fits in any planner.
I created this handy reference page because everybody plans differently and having a heads up notice of holidays and observances helps you plan not only your homeschool day, but to plan your year.
In addition, another way I use it is to plan my long-term homeschool schedule. Having one page to look at 5 years worth of holidays and observances keeps the pages and calendars I need in my planner to a minimum.
Also, some people like to write their own dates on their calendars, like I do.
The bottom line is that this one page holiday page is streamlined and can be used for planning short-term or long-term.
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Did you grab my other recent free planner updates?
Free Homeschool Academic Year Calendar – 2016 to 2017
Free Homeschool High School Planning Sheet (and pssst help for high school too)
Free Scope and Sequence Divider Page – Free 7 Step Homeschool Planner
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7 Easy Steps – “Tons of Options & Pretty Color”
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