2020 Homeschool Planner -- Best Homeschool Planner

I am so excited to share this 2020 Homeschool Student Planner with you!!

My daughter wanted a planner that had options for hourly scheduling and monthly scheduling, and we could not find one anywhere! 

The trick was that we wanted the planner to be spiral bound so it would lay flat AND we wanted the weekly page to actually take up two pages so that each day could have an hourly scheduler on it. The best homeschool planner would have room to schedule her days and see an entire week at one time. 

The problem was, I couldn't find one! I checked three stores and Amazon!

So I decided to make one! I made sure it had weekly planner pages, but I also added in so much more! There are over 130 pages! It is, quite simply, the best homeschool planner I wanted!

Here are some of the

2020 Best Homeschool Planner Features:

* Monthly calendars (Aug 2020 - July 2021)
* Weekly calendars (Aug 17, 2020 - Aug 1, 2021)
* Federal (US) Holidays
* Important Dates
* Book Lists
* Book Reviews
* Online Resources
* Inspirational Quotes
* And more!!

And my favorite feature:
** The weekly calendars have room to write notes under each day!! I want to use the space for bullet journals and gratitude notes!

I've read SO MANY good things about writing down three things you're grateful every day, so I thought that if I left room for three little "bullet points" of gratitude, we could do that at the end of the day and reflect on anything particularly exciting that needed recording also. The box is not huge, but it is there, and that is what I plan to use it for!

So, not only is it the best homeschool planner for planning, but it also provides spaces for reflecting and light journaling.

I want to start each week out by writing in critical schedule items with everyone, and then end each day by looking at what they've done and writing down things they are grateful for and/or things they want to remember.

My younger kids will get one too, since they love doing things the big kids do AND I think they will love marking the calendar days on their own personal calendars.

I'm actually going to print one for myself too!

I've decided to share this for FREE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY for anyone who signs up for my VIP Email Group! I send regular emails with freebies like this, science experiments, unit studies, and more, but if you don't want to stay on the list, you're welcome to unsubscribe after you get the planner. 

Update: It's been a week! You can now purchase this planner by CLICKING HERE!!
You can still sign up for the VIP Email group and get freebies in the future! 💖


SUPER IMPORTANT: If you print it 2-sided and get it spiral bound, the even numbered pages should be on the left hand side of the book when you open it up flat! This is important because it lets you see the whole week at once! 💖

After one week, it will be a paid product (totally worth it, but not as good as free, right?)!! 

Feel free to share a link to this page with anyone who you think might be interested in trying it out!

And I would love to hear from you if you find it useful! I literally spent dozens of hours making it, and would be delighted if it makes your life easier! 💖

And if you want to pin the planner, I'd be delighted! Here's a custom-made "pin" you can use:



And if you're looking for more homeschool unit studies, be sure to check out our growing collection here!



Happy Educating,
💖 Carla & the kids who don't sit still!

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