It’s no secret that I have OPD: Obsessive Planner Disorder…
My friend Emma, who is a homeschooling momma of teens, has been my go-to gal for homeschool guidance. She has such an amazing heart for education, her children and the Lord. I just love her!!!
She showed me the planner that she uses for organizing her homeschool, and because I have OPD, I knew I had to have one!!! Best purchase ever for this organize crazy momma.
And today, because I am turning 31 and because I am embracing my 30s, and because I love ya, I am giving away a Well Planned Day Homeschool Planner!!!
I love this planner for many reasons, but I want to share with you my top 10!
Although I have a planner for nearly every aspect of my life (because I have OPD), this planner combines both home and school. I use my dream planner from Erin Condren for my daily to do list. I just can’t give her up! She’s my precious! But for those who want to simplify, you can put both homeschool and home life into the Well Planned Day Homeschool Planner.
It goes year round plus a little more. This one that I am giving away goes til August of this year. But it would be a great way to give this planner a spin for the next 6 months to see if you want to use this planner in the future.
There is lesson space for 4 children. I am only homeschooling my oldest right now so I can write big 😉 But I love that you can fit four kiddos in one week and have it all in one place. Plus there are checkmark boxes! Makes my little OPD soul happy!
There’s a section for holiday management.
Shopping lists! No more looking for random scrap paper to make your lists! (That is, if you are still a paper and pen kind of person like me!)
School reports! Okay, my son is to young for this, but I love it! There is also a place to keep grades.
There is a place to keep track of your curriculum and schedules, which is great for co-ops, field trips and other lessons your children may attend.
Chore charts!! Ah, make them work! Teaching responsibility from a young age is so important.
Encouragement articles- There are amazing helpful hints and encouraging articles throughout the planner.
It’s pretty. Yep, that makes a big impact on my planner choices. When I am organizing and planning, it makes me happy to be putting my plans on pretty paper. I am such a girly girl…
To take a closer look inside, check out this link –> Well Planned Day Homeschool Planner
These planners are on super sale right now since they will be coming out with the new school year’s planner in the summer (not an affiliate link… I just love these planners!)
And now the giveaway!!! Giveaway ends next Friday, February 26th. Good luck and happy planning to you!!!
Not hs-ing yet but will be this fall once my girl is Kinder age. I too tend to be obsessive about planners and organizing teaching plans.
We will be starting homeschool soon!
Right now, I don’t use much more than a notebook to plan – and even then, it’s not much :/
Girl, you need a planner!!!!
This looks awesome! Would love to win, and I will be starting to homeschool my oldest in August 🙂
Welcome to homeschooling!! It’s sooo rewarding. Hard but rewarding!!
Jessica Mumford says
Quarterly! I do preschool planning based on seasons/holidays/age goals. Lots of planning ahead!