This was originally posted in July, 2011. It’s by far the most popular post on Sweet Phenomena.
This is the first post in a new series about homeschool planning. I’m by no means an expert, and I definitely copy and tweak the work of others often, but I think that it is absolutely OK to do that! As I plan our next school year, I thought I’d share with you what I do. You can find the second post in the series here. Here are posts three, four, and five.
It’s homeschool planning time for many of us! Tons of posts, tweets, and status updates revolve around this task right now.
This series will take a look at some of my favorite homeschool planning posts, some of the tools available to tackle the planning, digging in and getting started, staying the course, and putting the final touches on your system.
If you’re anything like me, you love looking through the posts of others, eagerly looking for anything useful for your own situation. Below are some of the posts I’ve found as I’ve searched for ways to plan our homeschool year.
- Annual Homeschool Planning
- Planning Your Homeschool Year
- Homeschool Creations’ Weekly Homeschool Planner
- Homeschool Planning
- Scheduling Your Homeschool Year
- Planning, Planning, Planning
- File Crate System
- Workbox Schedule Books
These are just a small portion of what’s out there! Hopefully you’ll find something that will get your creative planning juices flowing and give you an idea of what you want to do so you know where to start.
Do you have any posts about homeschool planning you’d like to share? Leave them in the comments, I’d love to check them out!