Coordinating Homeschool Curriculum Planning Pages
When I reviewed The Ultimate Homeschool Planner by Debra Bell, I mentioned that one of the picky things I’d like to see was coordinating curriculum planning sheets to tuck in the back pocket. And since I really am that picky…um, I mean kind and giving, I made some to share with other visuals like me.
Funny story tangent. I made these printables and when I printed them out, my color ink ran out of a color half-way through printing the page. Thankfully, I could see that the colors matched, but couldn’t print as many as I needed. So I ordered a color ink cartridge (affiliate link alert!) from Amazon and just worked with what I had. Ink got here, I installed it, and printed my sheets. And the cartridge was defective! Instead of having yellow ink, it had GREEN. So my colors were all kinds of wonky. I have NEVER had that happen before.
The moral of the story? If you are super picky about something, God just might bring you the opportunity to get over yourself. True story. Amen.
In addition to the curriculum planning page, I created a few logs to keep track of some things as the year goes on. I’ve uploaded those, as well. Some of the logs have a section to enter a page number, this is to help keep the pages in order as I print more through the year. If that is confusing, you will see what I mean in the preview pics below.
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Homeschool Curriculum Planning Page
Fill in the boxes to see clearly how you are covering each subject. Subjects included (in order): discipleship, math, science, reading, writing, history, geography, art, music, foreign language, life skills, and other.
Download the homeschool curriculum planning page.
Bible Reading Log
I intend to fill this out with the sections of Bible I want to cover in our read aloud times and check them off as we go.
Download the Bible reading log.
Free Reading List
I will fill this out for each student to give them a list of book suggestions to read in their free time. I uploaded two of these. The first one has a column for books from the library (I want to work on their library skills this year) and for books on our home book shelves. I simply removed these for the second one.
Download the free reading list with named columns.
Download the free reading list without the named columns.
This is where my students will track what books they do end up reading. This would also work for tracking books for summer reading, too.
Download the reading log.
Scripture Memorization Checklist
I am always coming across Bible verses that I want us to work on memorizing. I will add the address for the verses to this list and check them off as we memorize them. I intend to print one of these per student so that I can tailor their memory verses to the child’s needs. I will be using the Child Training Bible to find those “specific need” verses.
Download the scripture memorization checklist.
There you are! If you have a working color printer, you can now print out curriculum printing pages that coordinate with The Ultimate Homeschool Planner by Debra Bell! Enjoy!
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