Introducing a homeschool planner that is color coded by student; each student is assigned a color which makes student identification easy. I've been homeschooling for over eight years and have yet to come across a planner that I liked, so I designed my own and I'd like to share it with you.
Let me show you what's in it and how it works!
Choose a color for each student. I have three boys so you can see that the fourth area for yellow student is left blank. This planner can accommodate up to four students. Update: My Color Coded Planner is now available in 3 student and 2 student versions. Click here for details.
My planner has weekly planning or recording pages. There are at least 5 copies of each month with some months having more. So you'll always have enough for each month no matter how the days fall in any given year.
- Weekly Planning Pages
- Three Different Chore Charts
- Year At A Glance
- Grade Record
- Field Trip Planner and Recorder
- Student Goals
- Homeschooling Schedule
- Pages for Notes
How I Use the Planner
Add your subjects.
Add your dates.
Record or plan your schooling.
You can use the same color pen for each child and still be able to identify each student at a glance. I used to use a different color pen for each child in other planners I've purchased. I can't tell you how many times I've lost colored pens or written the information in the wrong color. As a result I've wasted time and energy looking for pens or correcting my color pen errors. In this planner you can use one color for everything and still be able to tell what information belongs to which child at a glance. It's so easy your child might even want to start recording their own work. You can print two planners if you want - one to plan in and one to record in.
Of course if you want to color code the information you record or plan then you no one is stopping you! And you will have a beautiful book!
Grades are easy to find because each child has their own color grade sheet and there is plenty of room to record not only the grade but also the chapter or lesson number. There is even a separate column for tests. It's very easy to see where you've left off after a break.
I have included detailed instructions on how to print this file at home. You can take this planner to an office supply store and have it printed and bound for a reasonable price. You can print it yourself and have it bound at an office supply store for around $5.00 or you can do what I do and print it yourself and place it in a three ring notebook. This homeschool planner was designed to be printed with a home printer. I have made every effort to conserve on ink! Although this is not the prettiest planner every designed, it has "teeth" when it comes to practicality and saving money (ink).
Note: This product is only available in digital download format. It is in pdf format. You will need to download Adobe Reader to open and print this file.