Homeschool lesson planning has always been totally exhilarating and totally exhausting – at the same time. How is that possible? Today, I’m sharing these 4 editable homeschool planning pages to ease planning.
You know my 7 Step Homeschool Planner that you build yourself is one hard working and beautiful planner. With over 500 free forms, there is just no comparison. While growing it for the last 10 years, I always have found ways to help you ease homeschool planning.
The four editable homeschool lesson planning pages I have today makes the free 7 Step Homeschool Planner soar even higher. (okay, I’m a bit biased.)
Homeschool Lesson Planning Forms
Look at the features of these 4 editable homeschool planning forms:
- It’s two pages for each color choice. One left hand side page and one right hand side page. Fill in the subjects or topics you want for the lesson planning pages.
- Fillable boxes go across both the left hand and right hand side of the form.
- There is also a vertical box on the left side of both pages to add more information. Generally that is the place you would put your kids’ name, but again this is YOUR form. You use it how you need it. Your imagination is the ONLY limiting factor.
- Also there is one long fillable text box at the bottom of both pages. Generally, that is the place I both content subjects. Look at this post to understand the difference between skill and content subjects.
- Of course, the pages are undated. You add the date and lesson plan number as you use them.
- Don’t forget that you can print only a month’s worth, a week’s worth or the whole year and still change the headings half-way through your schedule.
Look at these 4 beautiful color choices.
Creative Ways to use Homeschool Planning Pages
What makes editable pages so awesome is that you can use them anyway you need to. Look at these other creative ideas in how to use the editable lesson plan pages.
- You can use them for ONE subject. For example, organize science into subjects like Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and etc. This is especially good if you have younger kids and are not really focusing in depth on one science discipline like you would at the high school level.
- Use it to break down sub-topics for a unit study. If you’re studying the Ocean, then divide the topic which is huge into plants, animals, sea floor and marine biology jobs.
- If you have a high school kid, use one set specifically for his very unique core subjects and electives. Check out A to Z List: Middle and High School Homeschool Electives.
- Use ONE for EACH kid or ONE for ALL of your kids. When your kids are very young, you may not need as much space.
- The lesson planning pages are VERY versatile and with 4 different color choices, the options are limitless.
I know you’ll love these newest editable lesson planning! Be sure to look in my shop for bigger pictures of the layout.
- Click here for the Gems Editable Homeschool Lesson Planning Page;
- Click here here for the Confetti Editable Homeschool Lesson Planning Page;
- Click here for the Mink Over You Editable Homeschool Lesson Planning Page and
- Click here for the Robin’s Egg Editable Homeschool Lessson Planning Page.
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