Read How to Teach Your Child to Work Independently to see how we use this in our homeschool.
This free to-do list can be used to help your learner stay on track and see at a glance what they need to get done for the week.
Use the To-Do list to track homeschool assignments- list the subject down the left, and check off when it is completed. You can also make small notes in the check boxes (like noting page numbers) if you choose.
Use the “Read” section to keep track of daily independent reading- choose an amount of time (two 30 minute sessions, two hour long sessions) and then have your child check the box when they finished that amount of time.
Use the “Work” section to keep track of morning and evening chores. Check the box when the chores are completed.
If you’d like more options on your to-do list, check out our larger Accountability Pack. We have 13 different forms, with more detailed chore sections, daily planner pages, pages with weekly calenders, and more to choose from so you can find the perfect fit for all your children.
For younger children, or those who work better with visual reminders, see our Free Scheduling System.