Plan Your Year {Ebook recommendation}

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About Plan Your Year

Pam, from Everyday Snapshots has done it again! This girl is on a roll and such a busy bee! If you’re in the throes of planning your upcoming homeschooling year OR you are contemplating homeschooling but think you aren’t organized enough to pull it off, this ebook is for you! Honestly, I wish I had had this ebook years ago! There is a wealth of practical information and steps to help walk you through the entire process.

You may remember that Pam is the same gal who created this Latin review game that we loved so much!

This ebook contains 10 steps to helping you create a vision for your homeschool, create effective goals, consider scheduling options, choosing curricula, building book lists and so much more! I love that each chapter contains action points as well, practical applications for each chapter to help get you started.

More Than An Ebook

The book includes BONUS MATERIAL, with over forty planning forms to help you create a workable plan for your year,two inspiring audio interviews to give you a peek into the planning process of other homeschooling moms, sample plans and flowchart, and links to three videos to help you get off to a good start.

You will get 2 audio interviews with the purchase of this ebook! Sarah, who wrote Teaching From Rest, chats about planning from a state of rest!  Mystie, who wrote Paperless Home Organization, shares about overcoming barriers in your planning.

Plan Your Year Homeschool Planner

Planning Forms Included

  • Daily Plan
  • Weekly Plan
  • Course of Study
  • Goals
  • Attendance Tracking Form
  • Two Cover Variations
  • Daily Checklist
  • Family Skills Tracker
  • July 2014-June 2015 Month-Per-Page calendar
  • Student Daily Checklist
  • Unit Study Planner (Two Pages)
  • Lesson Plan (Two Pages)
  • Many More!

Go here for a sample of this ebook!

Give Away!

Give away is over now, thank you for your participation!

Miranda – you are my winner, please send me your email so we can get you your prize!

Plan Your Year

Comments

  1. Heather Brandt says

    One hard thing related to planning for school year is trying to try to plan for my 4 year old (to keep her happy & busy) while teaching the 3 older children.

  2. Sarah Oneal says

    I am going to start homeschooling my oldest this year. (Hes five) Everything is hard about it as its all new to me.

  3. Jeniffer Do Nascimento says

    This year I’m planning preschool, middle school and high school! Did I mention I’m due with out fifth child in Setember? This will be interesting! :)

  4. Robbin Jones-McMullan says

    I am a 50 year old first time homeschool mom and I will be teaching our 5 children…ages 4, 6, 8, 10, 13…beginning in August. I think I am ready ..have been praying up for months since God gave me the direction He wanted our family to go…would love the planner and a few prayers wouldn’t hurt either!

  5. Renee McGill says

    The hardest thing for me is figuring out how to balance teaching three students, going back and forth between helping each one. Thank you for the giveaway offer!

  6. says

    The hardest thing for me in planning is getting started. Having a 10th grader and a 5th grader makes the planning overwhelming. It’s worth it but still brings me to my knees often.

  7. miranda wood says

    I’d love to win this! This next year will be my toddler’s first year of official Homeschool and I’m working on planning how I will accomplish this while in the truck on the road with my son and hubby while we travel for the family business!

  8. Lisa A says

    The hardest thing about planning, in my experience, is figuring out how things will “really” work once we try to work the plan. I like plans to be flexible so we can go back to the drawing board if my ideal doesn’t match up to my real.

  9. says

    I am entering for my sister who homeschools. She is a pastor’s wife and has two children. I think she does a great job, but she needs help coming up with schedule and planned curriculum for fourth grade.

  10. dana adams says

    The hardest thing for me with homeschooling is making a plan and sticking with it. I’m simply not organized. This year I’ll have a 7th grader, 3rd grader and toddler to contend with so it’s definitely time to make this easier for us all.

  11. Rebecca Honey says

    The hardest thing for me is getting everything done. Need to have the girls work wrote down so they can keep working so when I have to go out in the pasture or hay field they know what to do next and then do it. They are old enough life on the farm is never scheleded. Calves are born when they decide to be hay has to put up when the weather is right.

  12. Erica says

    For me this year it is the decisions and planning in general, moving on from an all in one boxed curriculum to better fit our preferences!

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