Homeschool Lesson Plans That Work
Every homeschool year, you begin hopefully with all good intentions. You choose your classes. You purchase your curriculum. And you begin the year full of hope that this will be your best homeschool year ever.
But somehow, along the way, you begin to realize that all of those good intentions are fading away. Somewhere between days of dirty laundry, sick kids, messy kitchens, hungry husbands, and bickering siblings, all of those good ideas have gotten lost along the way.
Perhaps if you had a working homeschool lesson plan, things wouldn't have gotten so far off track. But even with hours spent sitting at the kitchen table with your pen and planner at hand, this lesson planning thing just doesn't seem to work for you.
So, what's the solution?
Several years ago, I found myself sitting at the kitchen table one Sunday night. I was trying to get lesson plans together for the coming week so that we would be ready for Monday. But I realized that I seemed to be spending more and more time each weekend trying to get ready for the new week. And even though I was spending so much time, I still seemed to be struggling to accomplish anything in our homeschooling. I knew things had to change.
And so, I slowly began to develop my own lesson planning system. With trial and error, I found a system that worked for me. As a veteran homeschool mom of four, I am still using this lesson planning system. And it makes my lesson planning so much simpler and our homeschooling so much more effective. I am sharing my system with you in this e-book- Homeschool Lesson Plans That Work.
Who is Creating Homeschool Lesson Plans That Work for?
~Homeschool moms who use an eclectic homeschooling method and don't have a prepackaged curriculum and plan
~Homeschool moms with multiple children in different grades with different subjects and curricula
~Homeschool moms who have been struggling with a lesson planning system that doesn't work
~Homeschool moms who don't have a lesson planning system at all
What will you find in the book?
~Why you need to have a lesson plan
~Tools that you can use to develop your lesson plan
~Step-by-step detailed instructions for creating your own homeschool lesson plans that actually work
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OMG THANK YOU!!!! I have severe ADHD and after scouring the internet searching for the "step-by-step/hand holding help" I needed to learn how to plan in a way that made sense to my brain, I randomly happened to stumble upon this resource and I'm SO THANKFUL I DID!!!!(: IDK why this spoke to me so differently than the other hundreds of Pinterest pages, google generated responses that I've spent HOURS trying to comprehend and utilize, but I've always been told not to question a good thing. lol ;P
Thank you so much for sharing this resource and your ADHD friendly instructions and tips. Because of you and this resource, I managed to lesson plan (detailed, even! *shock**gasp*) for each subject, but ALSO create a "master schedule/plan" (as more a year overview for every subject to see at a glance if we're on track for the year in all subjects or falling behind).
When you purchase Creating Homeschool Lesson Plans That Work, you'll also receive a free bonus complete lesson planning system that you can use through Google Drive (a $9.99 value).
I've created a lesson planning system that works for me, and I'm sharing the already created, complete system with you.
With this bonus and Creating Homeschool Lesson Plans That Work, you can download, read the book, and begin using the lesson planning system right away.
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