2023-2024 Homeschool Planner
Manage Home & School in One Planner!
- PLAN UP TO FOUR STUDENTS: Keep track of lesson plans, grades, and attendance for up to four students in one book. In addition to the weekly planning pages, you will find grade logs, attendance reports, and evaluation pages for each student, as well as report cards for the end of the year.
- SPACE FOR FOUR SUBJECTS AND MORE: Each week includes space for lesson plans in math, science, history, and language arts. Extra space at the bottom can accommodate electives, extracurricular activities, or appointments.
- FULLY DATED: Well Planned Day is a fully dated planner, beginning July 1 and running through June 30.
- SCHEDULE HOME AND SCHOOL: Each weekly spread includes space for the weekly menu plan, to-do list, and weekend activities right alongside your lesson planning.
- STAY ENCOURAGED: Gain access to monthly planning articles, weekly homeschool tips, homeschool podcasts, training courses, e-book downloads, and more, all designed to encourage you on this journey and remind you that you're not walking it alone.
Homeschooling moms keep up with a lot. We prepare lessons, record grades, plan meals, track chores, process through projects, keep track of various appointments, jot down grocery needs...the list goes on and on! With a calendar here, a grocery list there, and a chore chart somewhere else, it can be hard to keep track of it all without something falling through the cracks. The Well Planned Day Family Homeschool Planner was created with that juggling act in mind! LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE
Here's Everything You Get With Your
Well Planned Day, The Original Family Homeschool Planner
Powerfully unique to the Well Planned Gal approach,
we combine a pretty paper product with practical digital course.
This 284 page, 12 month, fully dated (July 1st - June 30th) planner has everything you need to create a curriculum plan, develop benchmarks for each subject, and create daily lesson plans for up to four students.
Homeschool Teachings Course Bonus: Get access to a 12-part video course that walks you through concepts such as evaluating your student, understanding teaching methods and learning styles, creating lesson plans, keeping up with grading reporting, and much more.
|Publisher||Well Planned Gal|
|Academic Year||June 2023 - June 2024|
|Dimensions||8.5(w) x 11(h) inches|
Frequently Asked Questions
You probably still have some questions about Well Planned Day.
I understand! You want to make sure that this is the system for you!
Let me share with you just a few of the questions our customers frequently ask.
Is this planner all I need, or do I need other planners as well?
Well Planned Day helps you easily manage homeschool, home, and life all in one place. But, that means it has to be a rather large planner, making it hard to just drop it into your purse and take it with you everywhere.
That’s why some moms like to also grab an On the Go for an easy carry-along option or to have a place to manage personal to-dos. This is especially true for homeschool moms who also manage a job, either inside or outside the home.
Finally, if you have students in middle school or older, you probably want to consider teaching them time management skills as well. I have planners designed especially for them, whether they are in middle school or high school.
Is it possible to use Well Planned Day to plan for more than four children?
The newest addition to the Well Planned Day line of planners is the Large Family edition of Well Planned Day! Designed to accommodate up to six students, this planner contains the same school and home management combination that Well Planned Day users have come to know and love while also incorporating a more flexible weekly spread. This makes it easy for you to give each student their own column or use a column for each subject.
Where do I write down all of my appointments and events?
Each monthly spread of Well Planned Day is designed to be spacious enough to allow you to keep track of all of your appointments and family events. You can also jot these down in the extra space at the bottom of your weekly spread to make sure it’s in front of you on a daily basis.
How do I get started using Well Planned Day?
I’m the kind of person who just naturally loves planners. But even I had to learn what it meant to use a planner well. So, I understand that it’s not easy to just pick up a new planner and instinctively know where to start.
That’s why, starting this year, I’ve included the ACHIEVE method in the front of Well Planned Day. This goal-setting and planning system walks you through what it looks like to set goals, lay out homeschool lesson plans, and work through the daily and weekly process of planning.
It can feel like a lot when you first open your planner. But if you’ll walk through each step of ACHIEVE, you’ll be a planning pro in no time!
What if I only have one or two children? Is Well Planned Day a good choice for me?
Although Well Planned Day is designed for up to four children, it is definitely worth the purchase even if you only have one or two students. Although you may not use all of the planning and benchmark sheets, you will find that the weekly spreads work just as well for one or two students as they do for three or four.
How far ahead should I plan? Do I plan out a full semester? A full year?
As you walk through the ACHIEVE method, you’ll learn how to lay out benchmarks for the year, helping you stay on track for finishing your curriculum. But, my advice to homeschoolers is to only plan specific assignments one week at a time. So much can change from week to week. A lesson can take longer than intended or an unexpected interruption can throw you off track. It’s much easier to make adjustments if you’ve only planned one week at a time, using your benchmarks to help ensure that you are on target to reach your goals.