MamaBearTeacher Posted August 11, 2012 Share Posted August 11, 2012 My mind isn't working today and I can't figure out how to organize this. I did not do daily planning for my older sons because they have special needs and we just read books all day basically. With DS6 I feel like things will work out best for both him and me if I schedule everything completely in 15 minute to 1 hour blocks. Of course, I will also have to be flexible and change things as we go along. I think I would need a full page for each day. I could make a template on the computer and then change it for every day and print all the days up and put it into a binder. Then it would be messy to change. Or I could make one template with blank spaces for times and photocopy it approx. 365 times and put it in a binder and fill it in. This will cost me approximately $30 for black and white for the photocopying. Is there something I could buy instead that would cost less? The advantage of a binder is that I could put other materials in it, switch pages around, etc. I prefer writing everything in rather than printing it up because I think more easily that way and I'm at the computer way too much anyways. Is there some great homeschooling planner(s) out there that might work for me instead? What do you use? Any other ideas/systems? If you plan a lot do you have a system that you love? What do you use? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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