I’m crazy over this newest form that I have which is a pre-homeschool year planning checklist.
Before I tell you about it though, I wanted to let you know I have several new forms coming for the 7 Step Homeschool Planner and some of them are forms you have asked for after I posted on my facebook page.
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I get new followers each day and always want you to know that I create the 7 Step Homeschool Planner for me and for YOU.
So if there is a form you need, please give me a shout out.
It may take me a while to do it because I
over think them all take my time on them, but I slowly make my way through them.
Like I mentioned, I have a brand spanking new form today which I have been trying to create for a while.
Not only will it help new homeschoolers plan for the year, but it will help seasoned veterans too.
I wanted to create one page where I could pull all the things that I jot down during the year on my notes page and from my long range planning and from my new year at a glance form and to put those notes on one page.
Too, because not only do I plan school things before we start up a new homeschool year but I also have things I want to get caught up on around the house. So I needed a form where I can add both.
Remember, don’t get off balance when it comes to homeschooling by not planning things like a bedroom overhaul or kitchen clean out or declutter. Do you really need 7 pie pans in your kitchen or all that extra office stuff?
Part of homeschooling fresh is letting go of those things on your mind that weigh you down during the year and you need a plan to do them when you break in your year.
Whether you start your year in the summer or whether you follow a traditional school year, my newest form pre-homeschool year planning checklist allows you to plan anything prior to your new homeschool year.
Starting 8 weeks before you start your year, jot down what you want to accomplish whether it’s school related, home related or a personal goal.
I really wanted something generic and something that I could put in front of my planner that I could use as a running checklist.
Also because I know we will be planning a trip back to the states to visit with family and friends, I needed a place to keep up with purchases I would need to make.
This new form has a place to schedule my projects and get me ready for the school year and a place to write notes that I may need to remember too.
I can’t wait to use this new form this year. Download your free copy below.
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