A New Homeschool Planner For You

Getting Organized:
In Your Home and Homeschool

Dear Friends,

How is your homeschool planning and organization going? As we are moving along after Christmas break, we sometimes lose the zeal for lesson planning. I have a new resource for you that will help you with your homeschool organization and your home organization.

My Homeschool Planner is currently in production and will be available in the next couple of weeks. I am doing a pre-sale of them at a reduced price. The retail price is $22.95, but I am selling them for $19.95 as a special for you.

They will be spiral bound, so they can be easily opened for you to view the pages easily. It combines your lesson plans with your daily home keeping routines, menu planning, and more!

You can use this planner with one student or up to 4 students.

Includes: Homeschool Planning Pages Daily Routine Pages Monthly Planning Pages Menu Planning Reading List Transcript Attendance Website Passwords Notes

What I have learned over the years is to keep my routines simple. I don’t add a lot of things to my routines. That way I don’t forget to do something important to the running of my day.

Homeschooling is an important part of your day. Setting up for a good start to your morning starts the night before. Your Before Bed Routine is important even if you don’t have to leave the house the next morning. Laying out your clothes will help you move through your Morning Routine faster, and they will be ready if something unforseen pops up.

Getting to bed at a decent hour at night will help you get up on time the next morning. It will help you start your day off in a more peaceful way if you can get up at least 15 minutes before your children get up. I know that is harder if you have little ones, but having time to have a cup of coffee or tea before the children get up will help you start off the day without someone needing something right off the bat.

Developing the habit of daily paperwork and decluttering will help your homeschool run smoother. How many times have your children misplaced a paper or book? By looking at their papers and filing or tossing the papers daily, you will have less stuff for them to lose.

Our Morning Routine goes smoothly now because I spent the time with developing the routines with my children. I don’t think my boys consider the steps to the Morning Routine. They just do it.

Take heart if your children are little, and you feel like you are always reminding them of their routines. Use pictures and check off sheets. Post them in a visible place. You can make it fun with stickers for them to mark the things as they do them.

Your Home Blessing for today is to dust and vacuum.

Your Zone Mission for today is to declutter under the bathroom sink.

My menu plan for Tuesday is breakfast for dinner.

Have a blessed day!

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About Tami

Tami Fox is a homeschool mom of 6, who in age from 26 to 11. She and her husband have homeschooled for 17 years and have graduated three of their children from their homeschool. They are currently homeschooling 3 boys who are in grades 11, 9, and 6. They use hands-on learning and unit studies to ignite the fire of learning in their children. Tami is a homeschool author and conference speaker. You can contact her by email at Tami@TamiFox.com. Buy her book, Giving Your Children Wings at https://tamifox.net/giving-your-children-wings/.


A New Homeschool Planner For You — 6 Comments

  1. Tami,

    I ordered your planner through Amazon, but it was not spiral bound. I’m going to order it through you directly, but I want to make sure it is spiral bound.

    Alice Mohror

  2. Hi Tammi,
    Just got your planner. Love it!! Just wanted to ask how you use the daily home routine pages. The first column has date , home blessing, morning and space underneath it . Do you put the morning routines down once all the way to right and other things under the day columns? I know I can make it my own ideas but thought since you have been using it for years might help me figure out what would work best. Hope this is clear.
    Thank you,

    • I am glad you love it. I left the daily routines blank since we sometimes do our routines differently from day to day. You can use the 6 basic morning routines — get dressed to the shoes, swish and swipe, make your bed, check your calendar, reboot the laundry, what’s for dinner. The afternoon routine is to eat lunch, clear a hot spot, reboot the laundry, declutter for 15 minutes, exercise for 15 minutes, and drink your water. The evening routine is to check your calendar, shine your sink, lay out clothes, put things at the launch pad, wash your face & brush your teeth, and go to bed at a decent hour.

      Most of my routines follow this flow except for exercise. I normally do it in the morning. On co-op days or appointment filled days, I move afternoon routine to the evening.

      Hope this helps! Tami

  3. Hi Tami,
    I don’t see a ‘contact us’ page so I hope you see this. I can’t seem to find your 2019-2020 Homeschool Planner on your site, for sale. Will you be selling it this year?

    • Thank you for asking about my Homeschool Planners. I am not doing one this year as I have transitioned into selling real estate. If you would like a digital copy of the current Planner, I am happy to email one to you. Just send me at email to tami@tamifox.com. Have a great day!

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