Not Back to School Blog Hop: Daily Schedule — 12 Comments

    • Thanks Dawn! I recently switched my planner. I signed up for 30 day free trial of the Homeschool Planner through the Homeschool Buyer’s Co-op. I like it because daughter has her on log in, she gets an email the night before reminding her of what is due, and it keeps grades and attendance. When I purchase it (which I will) it will only be about $1.50 more than Scholaric. If you want more info or the link let me know!

  1. Yes your schedule looks like mine. However, we are pretty flexible because when we start depends on what time I get home and what time their sports or activities run. School is in late afternoons and night-time – eek! But the truth is, we finished around the same time or later when the kids went to public school. I work an early morning shift starting my work day at 5am. My dear husband works a mid shift and loves to allow the kids to sleep in with him. So they are nightowls. We are lucky to only use the weekends for ‘homework and projects’.

  2. My favorite part about homeschooling is the flexibility. I love that we can adjust and make it fit to our schedule. Here’s to a great 8th grade year!

  3. I love that you don’t do every subject every single day. We have to do a lot of juggling and flexibility here too. It makes me feel better that I’m not alone in that. 😉

    • I couldn’t even think of doing every subject every day. I was able to narrow math down to just 3 days and science 2. History will be our daily subject this year, as well as Bible. Thanks for stopping by Jennifer!

  4. Looks like a well thought out plan! Looks like you are good at juggling your time too! Thankfully most of my work days are “call”. Only bummer is I get called in more in the middle of the night than anything else. I also work every other friday and every saturday so we are able to make an attempt at morning school scheduling on most days.

  5. I do really like your electronic planning. I typed my weekly planning last year manually with spreadsheet and distributed the copies for my kids. However, now I am doing it handwritten and put it on the wall day by day. So traditional. Thank you for sharing…

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