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  • Weekly schedule or weekly schedule in MS Word format
  • Daily Schedule or daily schedule in MS Word format
  • Customized Weekly Planner
    I've put together an electronic weekly curriculum planner which I use to generate a weekly checklist for my kids. The weekly curriculum planner can be used to lay out weekly goals for the whole year. Quarterly you can do a mail merge in MSWord and generate a Weekly Student Planner for the quarter you are working in. This series of templates also allows for plenty of lined sheets between each week for recording other activities. These planners can be used as grade books as well...thus reducing the home teachers workload of multiple student and teacher planners, attendance books and grade books. Each student now has one book for ALL purposes...you can even add chores as you customize your own worksheets. Andrew Bare
    Just added an Excel Master Planner. Reading List or reading list in MS Word format
  • Attendance Record Sheet (This file doesn't look very good in Adobe Acrobat Reader, but it prints out fine.)
  • Field Trip Forms
  • Chore Chart

Articles

  • Classical Christian Homeschooling: Suggested Daily Schedule
    Ever wondered what a typical classical homeschooler’s schedule might entail? Laurie Bluedorn shares the guidelines she uses for planning her daily schedule along with an actual daily schedule she uses.
  • Creating Your Own Unit Studies
    With just a few resources you can put together your own units and track what topics you have covered through the years. The biggest fear of those who are debating about using the unit study method is fear of leaving something out. I’ve found three ways to deal with this fear.
  • Homeschool Management Tips!
    Time-management has always been an interest of mine, but when I had four children in four and a half years, it became more than an interest, it was a matter of sheer survival. I couldn't possibly do everything, so I had to learn to establish priorities, find creative ways to do the necessary things, and put everything else on hold.

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