Bug is growing up! A couple of years ago, I designed this to-do list for homeschooled kids to help keep him on track as he learned to work independently. Recently, he explained to me that he was ready for a “real planner” and wanted to try something other than our to-do list system. I suppose it’s only fair since he’s nearly a teenager, but I admit, I am not quite ready to admit that he’s growing up.
Printable Academic Planner for Homeschooled Teens
I designed this pack with him in mind, and included pages to encourage the study skills I’d like him to develop. This pack is available in color and black and white, and includes:
- A monthly overview
- The week on one page
- The week on two pages
- Goal setting worksheet
- Project planner for large assignments
- Reading log
- Daily schedule
- To-Do lists
- Note page
This pack is a part of one of the lessons in my upcoming Homeschool Rescue eCourse. I am so excited to be opening the doors for it in the next couple weeks. I’ve written this course to help homeschool moms recover from burnout, refocus on why they are homeschooling, and find some peace of mind on their bad days. Right now, I’ve got 100 moms giving it a test drive, and I just know you’ll love it too. Learn more here.