Effective Homeschool Planning

Effective homeschool planning is going to look different for every family. Some prefer everything laid out ahead of time so you know your next step, others are more fly by the seat of your pants types.

Creating a Plan Not everyone wants to be so open-ended with their lesson plan or wants to learn about only one subject all year.

A good place to start in terms of a timeline would be to look at the standard curriculum for your child’s grade in a public school.

One of the points of homeschooling is its flexibility, and you by no means need to stick to a plan in a completely rigid manner.

Choosing a secular homeschool curriculum can be daunting. There are so many to choose from and it can be tough to determine which one is right for you and your family.

What would happen if, instead of planning each month, week, or day of your homeschool you don’t? Instead, you grab that math book, and you work through it each day. A little more at a time, whether it’s doing it for 30 minutes or completing X amount of pages.

This is a much more relaxed method of homeschooling. You don’t have to stress that you didn’t get to everything written down in your planner.

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