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5 Days of Homeschool Planning Mini-Series

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It’s the end of the school year for many homeschoolers right now, but it’s also a time when we start thinking about next year. We are planning the topics we might study, the curriculum we want to use. Reflecting on what worked and what didn’t. Making adjustments for age or adding another child who will be compulsory age. Maybe you’re revamping the whole thing, like me!

This past year has been hectic and disorganized and I never felt like we were where we needed to be. We had a baby last May, moved two weeks later, moved two more times before she was six months old, found out our new landlord put the place up for sale and we might have to move AGAIN (thankfully we didn’t), and got sooo behind on pretty much everything.

I joined the Homeschool Review Crew in January and realized I was only aware of the tip of the iceberg for homeschool resources! Then in February, I took part in a homeschool summit and learned of many more ways to personalize our homeschool…so my head has just absolutely been spinning.

This article originally appeared on my old blog, Townsley Times. If you came here looking for this particular article but thought you were going to a different site, never fear, you’re actually in the right place. 🙂

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5 Days of Homeschool Planning Mini-Series - Carve out a #homeschool schedule for next year, plan what your ideal day looks like, get tips for choosing curriculum, explore non-book learning, and determine what to save in a portfolio. #allthehomeschoolthings

I NEEDED to write this series for myself as much as for my readers. In it, I work through what’s been on my mind and ways you can get your ducks in a row right alongside me. Here are the topics for each day:

Day 1: Planning Your Homeschool Year

Day 2: Homeschool Schedules and Routines

Day 3: The Relaxed Homeschooler’s Guide to Picking Curriculum

Day 4: Non-Book Learning for Your Homeschool

Day 5: What Should I Keep in My Child’s Portfolio?

Every morning I’ll be posting a new article on the above topics. If you’d like to get the posts straight to your inbox so you don’t have to click around a bunch, please sign up below. For those who sign up for emails (my subscribers are my VIPs, in case you didn’t know!), you’ll receive a free download each day that helps you digest the material in the articles. This blog series has already been completed. Please click the post links above to read each one!

The mini-series will begin Monday April 23, 2018 and run for five days. This coincides with a blog hop hosted by the Homeschool Review Crew so I hope you’ll check out the other posts each day as well!

Homeschool Review Crew Blog Hop Spring 2018

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  2. I begin my planning for the next year when February rolls around – I’m always ready to wrap up this year so we can move on to some new and exciting things next year! Looking forward to your tips and tricks next week 🙂

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