With six kiddos I’m happy if I get clean and organized on occasion – or at least one or the other… some is better than nothing!
So, with our large homeschooling load I love looking for online freebies that can help me get myself and my students organized. It’s even a better if the organizational tool is amazingly cute!! So, below you will find my list of some of my all time favorites that have been a huge help to my homeschool organization.
1) Planners are amazing – I know everyone is always talking about planners. I’ve even recently seen an online site charging $15 just for a personalized binder. Wow! I like to use the app “Stencil” to create some pretty amazing personalized graphics. I can send these to my computer and then enlarge and print – binder size. AND the cute factor is through the roof. A graphic design program like “Canva” would also work well for that.
For those of you who work daily with your computer – you need to check out the online DAYVIEWER at www.dayviewer.com
For those of you that prefer the written word – here are several really CUTE printable planners for you.
One of my favorite – Tina’s 7 step Planner CUTE!!
2) General homeschool planning
Great ideas and printables to organize your homeschool Using Evernote
Homeschool Scheduling can help organize your homeschool and give you sanity!
High School Transcript template
Other downloadable templates to help you ROLL!
Using the drawer system changed our day! – I have a craft drawer caddy for each child and each of their course along with requirements are in each drawer. They simply move through the drawers in the course of the day. No more asking mom – “What’s next?”
My post on the “homeschool makeover”
Using Pinterest to Homeschool
Houzz homeschool rooms – have you ever visited there? Oh. my. word. Some of the most beautiful rooms I’ve ever seen…
This list is by far not exhaustive, but it’s some of my go to resources to get my homeschool in shape.