After searching high and low for a planner that fit like a glove, she decided to make her own…and she’s making it available to others. Oh, joy!
Before I tell you what’s inside, take a peek at the loveliness that arrived in my mailbox. Yes, that’s a hand-sewn envelope. And, yes, she even took the time to write me a sweet little note and tie a pretty bow around it. Yes, Alicia is that cool and thoughtful.
Just what’s inside the planner?
There are four main sections in the spiral bound, laminated book:
- Lesson Planning
- Plans and Ideas
- Record Keeping
The calendar section includes 2-page spreads for every month from September 2012 through June 2013. Large boxes and spaces for extra notes and monthly goals leave plenty of room for planning. Each month also includes a wonderful quote about education.
The lesson planning section includes a place to note your regular daily schedule and (36) 2-page spreads for writing the plans for six subjects. The boxes are big, so you can easily jot down lessons for more than one child.
The plans and ideas section gives you several pages for such things as library lists, wish lists, field trip ideas, projects to do and other general notes about school.
The record keeping section supplies an attendance record for up to four children, score recording sheets and book logs. I was super excited to find a sheet of fun stickers in the back of the book. Most of the stickers are motivational for your children’s work, while others are fun reminders to add to your monthly calendars.
Alicia has done a great job putting together a simple and concise planner that easily meets the needs of homeschool moms! Check it out!
Disclaimer: I received a review copy of Alicia’s homeschool planner in exchange for a fair and honest opinion. As always, my thoughts are strictly my own.
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