- Academic Transcript instructions and template
- Skills Checklist
- Annual Calendars for 2019, 2020, & 2021
- Monthly Calendars with Notes
- Hey, Mama! Devotionals
- Weekly Planners (dateless)
- Curriculum Planning, Books Read, Attendance and Goals for up to 5 students
One of my favorite aspects of this planner is the weekly planner pages. Covering two open pages, you have the ability to track up to 5 people in a couple of different ways. I chose to list subjects to track each child in, but an equally useful way would be to track their day, as there are 7 spaces for 7 days of the week. There are no dates on these forms making it very versatile.
- Personal Talents
- Life Skills
All of these categories certainly seem relevant to a high school student, but we don't focus on all of these with the same intensity with younger students. The reality is that considering these things for younger students is arguably more valuable because of how much is still developing in their lives. Whatever the age though, these are so important to consider and map out for our children. One of the reasons I love working with this company, The Old Schoolhouse®, is the main reason I love this planner - both are working to keep me focused on the most important things.
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If this is something you could use in your homeschool, don't put off getting one! A little birdie told me these are close to being sold out and there won't be another printing this year. Interested in seeing how other moms used it? Check out other reviews through the link below:
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