Scheduling Your Homeschool ~ Free Printable Schedule and Links to Ideas

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Scheduling Your Homeschool - Tips and Tricks {Danika Cooley at Thinking Kids}I frequently get asked about my homeschool schedule.  The truth is, I meticulously schedule and plan each summer. Then during the school year… I rearrange everything. I think planning really helps me, though.  I know where we are, where we should be at, and what needs to get done this week.  That way, if we need to run a drywall lift to another city or take a child to the doctor in the middle of a Tuesday I know how to organize Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Scheduling also keeps me from buying too much curriculum or too many books.  Don’t laugh!  If there were endless hours in the day, I would be teaching 30 subjects – with glee.  Alas, there are only so many hours and the kids do still need to play.  The schedule helps me know what’s reasonable. A couple of weeks ago, I shared Our 2013-2014 Curriculum for the 4th and 5th Grades.   The picture above is our schedule for next year. Every homeschool is different.  Some families school in the evenings, some on weekends, and some live their learning.  I am going to share some links to other scheduling posts and freebies you may find helpful.  I’m also posting printable downloads of my schedule form in case it’s helpful to you.  One form has the times and days of the week printed and the other is blank.  Just click on the picture to download! What are your suggestions for homeschool scheduling?

 

 

 

Our Homeschool Week ScheduleOur Homeschool Week Blank Schedule

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~ Danika Cooley

Danika Cooley is a children’s writer with a love for God’s Word, history, wisdom and small people. Her work has appeared in magazines including Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse, Clubhouse Jr. and Thriving Family; Upper Room Ministries’ Pockets and Devozine; CBH Ministries’ Keys for Kids, and Cobblestone Group’s FACES and Odyssey. Her work also appears in Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Magic of Mothers and Daughters.

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  1. Susan M. says

    I SO much appreciate this–both the forms, as well as the confession that you tend to want to teach “everything” as well! I thought I was the only one like that!!!!! It is so hard for me to weed down to what is manageable–I think your forms will help!

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