Homeschool planning can get a little overwhelming, especially when accounting for special state regulations. But, never fear! Coda to the rescue 🦸♀️.
This doc will help you plan out your lessons, your year, make sure you’re meeting with state requirements, keep a handy-dandy arsenal of ideas on hand, capture beautiful homeschooling moments, and track your progress along the way 🎉.
The fields and pages in this document are not, by any means, an exhaustive list of items for planning, but rather a starting point. Coda is very customizable, so you can truly make this doc your own 🧑🎨!
So, welcome to your Homeschool Planner! Keep reading to learn how to use it.
“Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life.” - Charlotte Mason
This Homeschool Planner
is a template doc you can use to set up your own planner.
Make a personal copy of this doc so you can customize it the way you want
and I’ll walk you through all the steps you’ll need to set it up.
Once you’re done setting it up, feel free to delete this page, or move it to the bottom.
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This is your landing page. Grab a cup of coffee and take a look at the overview of your homeschooling day.
It also provides inspirational quotes, to encourage you daily 💗.
Feel free to take notes that are relevant for that day in the section at the very bottom
This page is meant to give you an overview of the progress for a given timeframe. It’s particularly useful if your state has specific hour requirements.
At the very top, you have a date selector. The progress will update based on the dates you select.
The requirements shown in that page are based on the Missouri requirements for homeschooling.
: this page is meant to be your homeschooling library. Add all of the textbooks, books, videos, etc, you’ll be using in your homeschooling year. You’ll be able to reference a specific book when planning your activities in the Resource field.
: many homeschooling families find having a daily rhythm very helpful. I have provided a sample daily rhythm and a sample schedule. Edit, tweak it and make it your own, if this would be helpful for you and your family!
💡 Notes & Ideas
Don’t you hate it when you come across a very useful article and you have no where to save it? That is what this section is for!
, which powers all of your lesson plans and hour logs. If you need additional columns, I recommend you add them directly on this table.
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