Welcome. This is our first year of homeschooling (Middle and High School). Right away I’ve realized that I need to get organized. I love to organize, so I’ll use any excuse. As we learn and take this journey together, I plan to share reviews of our favorite texts and curriculum. What worked (or did not work for us) when lesson planning. I’m always searching for ways to simplify and so I’ll share basic printables as I find a need to create them for our family. If you download any of the worksheets, please comment and let me know how you used them.
Free Homeschool Printables
Click to download free homeschooling printables for personal use (PDF format):
Printable .pdf Semester Overview based on school year broken down into ten learning periods or modules (five per semester). Each page can accomodate two students :
Printable .pdf Weekly Lesson Plan for students with room for Notes. For my children I used the bottom box as a checkbox. They are instructed to check the box for that day once all of the assignments are complete and turn in their work along with the sheet for me to review (so it is also an attendance log of sorts). I also include the date under each day of the week.
- Printable Homeschool Responsibilities:
I just made this up to add to the cover of our weekly folders. A few rules seemed like a good idea. This is what works for us. Feel free to print or just use for some ideas for your families Homeschool plan. One page has two copies, so for two children you’ll only need to print once (click below to open).
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