Summer break is here! And for many homeschooling parents, that means it’s time for homeschool planning! Personally, I’m a planning junkie, so I take full advantage of our relaxed approach over the summer to brainstorm about what I want to cover next year and which supplies I plan to use.
Naturally, I jumped at the chance to share a post over at The Homeschool Post that’s all about homeschool planning! Today I’m sharing 5 tips for planning your homeschool year!
5 Tips for Planning Your Homeschool Year
In the past, my tendency has been to completely immerse myself in shopping for curriculum, gathering resources, and making detailed lesson plans. After nearly seven years, though, I’ve (finally) learned a thing or two about what actually works when you’re planning a homeschool year.
Keep reading for more helpful planning resources!
Helpful Homeschool Planning Resources
For even more homeschool planning tips, try these books and blog posts for inspiration and ideas!
Books about Homeschool Planning:
- Home Learning Year by Year: How to Design a Homeschool Curriculum from Preschool through High School by Rebecca Rupp
- Planning High School Courses: Charting the Course Toward High School Graduation by Lee Binz
- Plan Your Year: Homeschool Planning for Purpose and Peace by Pam Barnhill
- The Homeschooler’s Book of Lists: More than 250 Lists, Charts, and Facts to Make Planning Easier and Faster by Sonya Haskins