Master your homeschool planning. Become a homeschool planner ninja.
Or at least stop wasting time, money, and energy trying to figure out all this homeschool planning stuff so you can get on with enjoying your homeschooling adventures!
You don’t need to fritter away hours overthinking and overcomplicating it all. Feel better about your homeschool year by planning a solid framework to lean on when life gets busy or throws you a curveball 😉
Read on to learn about the best way to reduce homeschool planning decision fatigue, keep your homeschool flowing no matter what life throws at you, and master your homeschool planning, once and for all!
Disclaimer: I received this product for free to review and was compensated for my time. All opinions are honest and I was not required to post a positive review.
Reduce Homeschool Planning Decision Fatigue
As a homeschool mom, there are a lot of decisions to make. You’ve got to think about homeschool approach, curriculum, and supplies. Then, you need to decide how and when to make all this learning happen in your home when you also have chores, errands, and extracurricular activities to contend with.
Put it all together and what have you got? Overwhelm that leads to decision fatigue.
At least, that’s how many homeschool moms feel. Too many choices for everything, from finding a homeschool math program that works for your kids to what type of pencil to use.
And let’s not forget about homeschool planning! Do a search for “homeschool planner” and you’ll quickly get lost in a sea of suggestions and types of homeschool planners.
You may find free printable options or open-and-go planners that are okay, but not quite what you need. Then, you’re spending a ton of time and resources trying to figure out how to even use them.
And if you’re a homeschooler like me who enjoys a relaxed, eclectic approach with a lot of interest-led learning thrown in the mix, you’ve got a whole pile of homeschool planner printables to sort through and try to make some sense out of.
Don’t make it harder than it needs to be. Homeschool planning may look or sound like a piece of cake, but moms who’ve been there/done that know just how easy it is to complicate and overthink the whole process.
That’s why I’m so relieved to have a resource that guides moms like you and me in creating a homeschool planning system that works for our unique lifestyles.
Be Prepared for What Life Throws at You
Oh, and another thing…life happens.
Family emergencies. Sickness. Unexpected visitors who pop up on your doorstep thinking you have all the time in the world because you’re home all day.
Sure, you can take off now and again. And kids truly do learn a lot of interpersonal and life skills when dealing with family stuff.
But, when you make the choice to homeschool, you’re responsible for the education of your children. Depending on the homeschool laws and requirements in your state, you may need to record and report academic progress, even provide standardized test results.
What should a conscientious homeschooler do? Be proactive and prepared with a solid framework to lean on when life gets busy and you’re pelted with curveballs.
And that’s why you need to master your homeschool planning with Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot 🙂
Master Your Homeschool Planning
I’ve chatted about why I love Pam Barnhill’s homeschool planning resources. Her Plan Your Year book is an excellent resource that you can work on independently to learn more about how to make your homeschool planner work for you.
But, sometimes you want or need to go a bit deeper. Get some extra help and see real-life examples with detailed explanations of how to make all this awesomeness happen.
That’s where Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot comes into play 😉
10 modules (check them out here) lead you on a deep dive into the world of homeschool planning. Each module has a video with printable transcripts and forms to take notes as you cultivate your customized homeschool planning system.
** As a busy mom, I adore the transcripts! Even with earbuds in, my boys can get LOUD. I love having these transcripts to read, highlight, take notes, and jot down ideas on how to tweak to fit our homeschool family with multiple kids from Kindergarten to high school.
Oh, my stars! There’s also a Planning Group that you’re invited to join to chat about all things homeschool planning. AND you don’t even need to go on Facebook (Zero distractions. Zero drama. Priceless).
I like to give things a test drive before buying. You can get a taste for Pam’s homeschool planner printables with this Free Homeschool Planning Mini-Kit. These printables are just a few of the many forms that you’ll find and learn how to successfully use in Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot.
Enjoy the Benefits of Relaxed & Interest-Led Homeschooling Without the Stress
Would you like to include more relaxed and interest-led homeschooling approaches into your day but feel like your Type A side might implode with all the chaos, mess, and lack of structure?
Well, Pam’s got you covered! Sign up for this FREE video series called Order & Wonder to discover how to:
- Build relaxed homeschooling or interest-led learning into your homeschool schedule
- Create a procedure list for a collection of fun resources (without sucking the fun out of them)
- Organize supplies to help you include interest-led learning into your day
BONUS: Learn About Innovative Loop Scheduling
Have you heard about loop scheduling? It’s a pretty awesome approach to homeschool planning.
When you get Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot before June 21, you’ll get an EXTRA module + printables to discover different ways to use loop scheduling in your homeschool.
You do NOT want to miss this bonus!!
Discover five loop-variations, how to create simple loops, and secrets on looping can help save your sanity, especially if you’re a large-family mama (my favorite part!).
Ooh! And you get customizable Canva templates (with tutorial) to create loop bookmarks, printables, and cards for your homeschool planner.
If you want to enjoy the benefits of interest-based homeschooling with a relaxed approach (without worrying if you’re doing enough or everything will dissolve into chaos, you’ll want this bonus 🙂
Would you love to master your homeschool planning? Give Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot a go. You’ll come away feeling so much more confident and ready to enjoy your homeschooling adventures!
Got questions about how Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot can help you master homeschool planning?
Leave your questions or comments here or pop over & ask Pam 🙂