The first, and most important section of this planner is the Student Focus Page.
Using this page each month helps you see just where you need to focus your attention for the month. It allows you to see the growth that is taking place and help identify any weaknesses.
As you’d expect this planner is full of planning pages.
Monthly Planning: There are 3 different options for the monthly planning pages.
Weekly Planning: There are 3 options for the weekly planning. Each has an option for lined or unlined pages. Mix or match to create the perfect planning layout for your homeschooling style.
Quarterly Focus Pages: These are designed to help you keep up with goals and tasks based on the quarters of the school year.
Unity Study Pages: Plan your own unit study or track the progress of one that you have purchased with these pages. It makes it so much easier.
High School Plans: Now keeping up with the high school year has focus. There is a break down page to track the curriculum you use and the credits you gain from them. There is tracking for the entire 4 year plan, and more! Plus it is all in one place. No more piecing them together.
Extras: The extras in this planner are unlike those in any other planner. You’ll find –
- Lesson mapping – for planning out how many lessons you should complete a day for the school year.
- Spelling Lists – for you to write out each weeks list for reference.
- Book Lists
- Curriculum Wish List
- Website and Password Log
- Attendance Log with 2 date layouts and a blank date layout.
- Field Trip Planner
- Field Trip Log
Each page is in gray-scale for easy printing.
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