Log Cabin Schoolhouse STUDENT Planner

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LOG CABIN SCHOOLHOUSE PLANNERS

(STUDENT Version)

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Monthly and Weekly Planner Pages (2 page spread for lots of room!)

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Sample additional planning pages for a successful school year!

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Sample additional planning pages for a successful school year!

STUDENT Planner- Table of Contents

Log Cabin Schoolhouse STUDENT Planner makes you the BEST student you can be! Download planner or click on the Amazon link to buy an actual bound book.

  1. 12 month view School year 2020-2021[easy-image-collage id=8128]
  2. Resolutions Planning (See my blog post on how to make best use of this page. You should be looking at this page every Sunday during your weekly planning time.)                                                                                    
  3. Password Keeper Page (Only write Homeschool passwords or safe to lose ones. Never write passwords to financial sites on anything that regularly will leave your house with you. Losing it cannot be catastrophic. I left a planner at a Homeschool Convention once and never saw it again. So sad. I have two pages of passwords just for school sites, maybe you do too?)[easy-image-collage id=8129]
  4. Reading Log is a great place to log all the great books you’re reading for school and for fun. This year I even printed out all the books we checked out of the local library this past school year! Maybe your library has that feature as well![easy-image-collage id=8130]
  5. Monthly Homeschool Planning[easy-image-collage id=8126]
  6. Multiple worksheets to plan for HIGH SCHOOL! Don’t we all need this?  The best part of homeschooling is the freedom to aim for whatever goals we want to shoot for! Aim high! This set of worksheets includes a 4 Year Subject Planner and Notes (I love having somewhere I can SEE where we are headed with each subject. Then the notes page is for transcript info, college planning, online sites I want to save, Classical Conversations memory masters ideas.)[easy-image-collage id=8125]
  7. Insert Activity Calendars from sports, dance, classes, schools, etc. (If you either download a copy of this planner or if you buy it on Amazon and have it bound. If you have it bound you could add anything you wanted between having the spine cut and the book bound.)
  8. Health and Physical Education worksheets that allow students to learn about how to fill their bodies with vitamins and minerals according to the “Food Rainbow”, and running plans for getting into shape! I know my son and I are looking forward to a daily run this year for PE![easy-image-collage id=8147]
  9. Blog or YouTube Planner for learning about technology and displaying what you’re doing in school to your relatives. YouTube channels can be locked down and shared only with those you invite into them. Loads of kids are enjoying YouTube the way we enjoy TV. Given the right topic for content (“Celebrate their state”, “Essays from English class”, “Photography”, etc.) having a channel can inspire your kids to really dig into a topic this school year![easy-image-collage id=8148]

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  10. Current Year and Next Year Curriculum Planner (I write down all the curriculum, no matter how minuscule, on the first page going into a school year. I will never again lose track of a great idea, even websites with book list ideas. The second side is the ideas I come across that I know I can’t fit in during the current school year. Then when I sit down over the next summer to plan the next year’s curriculum, I already have a head start and it’s not like starting all over again.)[easy-image-collage id=8127]
  11. Month Calendars July 2020 – August 2021 (2 page spread)[easy-image-collage id=8131]
  12. Weekly Planner Page (2 page spread) (Note a major goal for the week along with what books you’re currently enjoying.)[easy-image-collage id=8132]
  13. Blank Lined Notes Pages