I’ve updated last year’s printable homeschool planner for 2017, and added 51 NEW pages! Yeah, 51. I went a little crazy with this calendar, and it’s the ultimate resource for homeschooling moms. Just like last year, it’s black and white, which means it’s easy on the ink! Frugal families like mine can appreciate that!
The same pages as last year are still included, since it’s perpetual, meaning the pages can be used year after year (undated). It’s coordinated to look and feel just like last year’s, so you can seemlessly integrate it into your current binder. I hope you enjoy it!
If you see that something is missing that you need, shoot me an email and I’ll add it to it for next year’s! I’m still going to be adding pages as the years continue. So let me know if there’s something specific missing that you really wish was there.
Included in this year’s planner are 71 total pages! In addition to the typical monthly, weekly, and daily planner pages, homeschool planning and record-keeping sheets, you’ll also find some cool features like:
- 21 “adult coloring” style pages
- 4 choices of monthly page styles to choose from
- 4 choices of weekly page styles to choose from
- 3 choices of daily page styles to choose from
- grade tracker
- pacing guide pages based on 6-weeks, 9-weeks, by months, weeks, or days (tons of options)
- attendance record pages
- and more!
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