A bright and colorful homeschool student planner that allows for flexibility during the week.
NOTE* The monthly calendar pages are the only dated pages. Currently they are for the 2017-2018 school year. New monthly calendar pages can be provided when they are completed.
Throughout this planner is woven the theme of 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 which says: "Rejoice evermore. Pray without ceasing. In every thing give thanks for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you."
An instant pdf download. Print all the pages in the planner or just the ones you wish.
The download includes 2 documents for easy printing. For my students, I printed the divider pages on heavy cardstock that filing tabs could easily be mounted to providing easy access to each section. The planner pages I printed on 24lb paper for added durability. You can either place the printed planner in a 3-ring binder or have it coil bound at a local print shop.
-page for important things to remember
-August 2017 - July 2018 monthly calendar pages
-undated weekly assignment pages
- a Sunday through Saturday calendar for events and appointments
- Monday through Friday boxes for scheduled assignments/subjects
- 15 lines with check boxes for flexible specific assignments to be completed during the week (example: read Heidi ch. 2)
- 10 daily checklist lines and check boxes for non-specific assignments (example: Math, Bible reading, Typing)
- a box to list memory work (example: U.S. Presidents)
- a box to list the weekly focus (example: Science focus - Life cycle of a butterfly)
- a box to list an extra project (I leave this for my students to keep track of extra things they're working on)
- 8 lines and check boxes for daily chores
- a box for a weekly Bible memory verse
- a box for the student's weekly goals
- a box for the student's character goals
- a box for the student's prayer list ("Pray without ceasing")
- a box for the student's notes
- a 12 page "Habit Tracker" to help the student develop good habits. Each page has the student write out what the habit is, what the habit looks like, and why they want to develop this habit. Then there are 30 boxes on the page for the student to keep track of how the habit is going (either with a doodle, a sticker, or a note)
- 4 Reading Log pages with room for a total of 120 books
- a One Thousand Thanks Journal for the student to record each day the things that they are thankful for ("In every thing give thanks")
- 20 pages of lined Notes pages
Designed for middle school and high school grades.
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