If you have homeschooled for more then a year then you have experienced what I’ll call an unproductive homeschool year. You know what I’m talking about you arrive at the end of the year and as you reflect upon what you have accomplished you are amazed by what you DIDN’T accomplish. Every unproductive year our homeschool has experienced has been due to failure to plan well. This book will walk you through the process planning well in fact you’ll be Planning Your Best Homeschool Year Ever.
Here is a preview of the the chapters in this book:
- Learning Styles & Teaching Styles 6
- Homeschool Distinctives 8
- Make a list, Check it twice 10
- Homeschool Christmas or Purchasing Homeschool Curriculum
- Planning your School’s Calendar
- How to divide your Year
- Detailed Homeschool Planning
- Having Peace & Joy in your Homeschool
- Advice to New Homeschooling Moms
- How to Get your Homeschool Back on Track
Additionally, this month we are teaming up with Sara Dennis at Classically Homeschooling to provide her 2015 Homeschool Planner along with my Planning Book! Together we are providing nearly 300 pages of Planning Power!
In our Subscriber Exclusive Area you will also enjoy:
- The printable 50 Living Grammar Stage Science Books
- A Family’s Guide to Proverbs will help your family grow closer together and closer to God.
- Art Lesson Slide Shows will help your family to enjoy some simple art lessons.
- There are coupons for our eBooks
- And much more
Some other posts you might enjoy on Homeschool Planning
- Homeschooling a Large Family Part 1
- Homeschooling a Large Family Part 2
- Planning the Logic Stage Prequel
- Planning the Logic Stage Part 1
- Planning the Logic Stage Part 2
- Creating an Independent Learning Environment
How do you Plan your homeschool year?
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