Whether you choose an unschooling approach or a traditional approach to homeschooling, keeping track of learning is essential to having a successful school year. There are many wonderful lesson plan books that you can purchase, but money can be tight at this time of the year, especially after your curriculum purchases. 🙂 I have a list of resources from which you can choose.
This free resource is an editable lesson plan template that has daily and weekly lesson plan templates. While it is for a traditional classroom, you can edit it to meet your needs. Click on the picture for the resource link.
Susan at Homeschooling Hearts and Minds has several different types of planning sheets from which you can choose. She has formal lesson planning sheets as well as more informal learning logs.
The Homeschool Mom has a planner for not only school but for home as well. You do have to subscribe to download the pages.
Our Good Family has a lesson planning sheet that includes not only the subjects, but also daily goals, notes, and things to work on with your student.
I liked the sound of this planner resource, Planned Spontaneity. This is a free E-book that has practical steps in helping you plan your year. Drop by Homeschooling Ideas to download a copy for yourself (Click on the book for link).
Have a great week! ~Lisa~