Weekly Homeschool Planner Review

I was recently able to review the Weekly Homeschool Planner by Jolanthe from Homeschool Creations.  I had thought about the planner many times, but since I typically make my own, I haven’t invested the money into it.  So, I was excited to be able to check it out for free to review.  (Oh, and be sure to read through to the end, as there is currently a sale on the planner, in case you want it and want to save some money!)

The planner contains 138 planning pages, and even better — they are all editable PDFs.  So, the format will stay the same, but you’ll also still be able to type in information.  (Unlike with a word processing program where the formatting often changes when you are able to type into it.)  The planner also features:

* 12 blank month-at-a-glance pages
* 40 weeks of weekly planning and journal sheets: each page can be customized to the
subjects that your family studies and can be saved to your computer!
* Preschool planning sheets
* Field trip/Event plan sheets
* Yearly curriculum planning sheets
* Yearly planning and evaluation sheets
* Yearly attendance tracking sheets
* Field trip/Event plan sheets
* Daily to-do lists
* Main dish menu planner
* Customizable chore charts
* Important contacts info
* Additional note space
* Standardized testing and yearly assessment result tracking
* Homeschooling requirement planning

I loved the variety of page types available. I also liked that it doesn’t focus only on homeschooling as this separate thing that happens in your life.  Because Jolanthe is a homeschooling Mom as well, she has included things such as menus planning, chore charts, and daily to-do lists.  Homeschooling does not happen in a vacuum, so it’s great that many aspects of daily life are included in the planner.

Can I also tell you one silly thing that I like about the planner?  On the attendance pages, when you click on a box to fill it in (as having attended that day), it makes a check mark in the box.  Silly, right?  But, it still made me happy.  I love checking things off.

If you have been considering buying the Weekly Homeschool Planner, this is definitely the time to do it! Through the end of August 18th, it is on sale for $12.00 (normally $20.00).  Just use the discount code BACK2SCHOOL and then get ready to get organized for the new school year!

I received this planner for free to review.  All opinions are my own.  Please note: I am also an affiliate of this planner (because I believe it’s cool and useful).  So, if you buy through the links, you don’t pay anything extra, but I’ll make a few dollars (thanks!).

Angie Kauffman
Angie, a domestically challenged nerd and mom of three very fun kids, is the founder of Real Life at Home.  Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBookspodcastsloves Pinterestdocuments the little moments in life on Instagram, and occasionally sleeps.


  1. Rachel E. says

    Bummer, I bought it for $20! Oh well. I actually printed my planner out and put it in a notebook. So, I write stuff in. I suppose I could write it in on the computer too, but since computers crash more frequently than homes burn, having it on paper is probably a safer bet.