I just LOVE the graphic for this planner!
I’m very visual, and this organizer is PERFECT, not only because it captures why we homeschool (education is more than the bottom left circle, after all), but because it also helps me determine the kind of product to expect (the joy of discovery, an animated discussion, a life experience, or a perfectly executed work sample). This is terrific! Thanks to Practical Pages for sharing.
- Considering our children’s educational needs in a survival scenario (familysurvivalprotocol.com)
- Choices for Kids with Special Needs (kidzedge.com)
- No Bus Needed: Going Back to Homeschool (atlantablackstar.com)
- Get your Rhythm, Homeschool Style (doehillhomeschool.wordpress.com)
- Making My Homeschool Lesson Planner* (dawnathome.typepad.com)
Most homeschool moms plan to do it all …
but most weeks, we fall short,
fall behind …
My secret to fitting in most of the extras in our curriculum is to
do “One More Thing” after our basics …
We have a …
Theme for the Day
Our homeschool mornings start at about 9:30am after chores, farm rounds, milking and breakfast.
Every week, I plan to cover all these areas in our school work ~
Everyone settles down to Disciplined Studies ~ short lessons (+ 10 minutes to 15 minutes each)
- Language Arts & Dictation (which is also Handwriting practice for the younger kids)
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