Hello everyone! I’ve been busy settling into our new lifestyle, but I want to quickly check in and share some free homeschool planner pages!
What’s our new lifestyle? Why, thanks for asking! The end of September last year we moved out of our house and into our caravan (‘travel trailer’ for my American readers!). We put all our furniture and other belongings in storage. Then we headed off to America for about five weeks. (Side note: We’ve been in Australia for five years and this was our first trip back to America. It was a huge deal for us!)
At the airport: The flights to Australia leave really late at night! When we returned we took off in our caravan and started travelling! We did a big loop through western Victoria, made it over the border into South Australia, and then back to our hometown for the holidays. We stayed about three weeks and now we are off again, exploring Australia.
This is our setup! Our caravan sleeps six and we also have an annex for some extra room. Wait. What? Yep, we’re a family of six living in our caravan full-time, travelling around Australia. How cool is that? We are loving this lifestyle and having heaps of fun. A new calendar year means a new homeschool year, so I’ve been planning just how we are going to ‘roadschool’. I’ve created some new planner pages for 2015 and thought I’d share. (The pages aren’t specific to roadschooling, so hopefully someone will be able to use them.) There are two downloads. One contains the planner pages, the other has the calendar pages. With Dr. Seuss quotes. Because I like Dr. Seuss quotes. 🙂 The planner download doesn’t have dates so it can be used year after year. It includes all these fabulous things:
- two simple covers to choose from
- weekly plans (fill in each subject down the side)
- weekly student checklist
- terms overview (to record your focus or ideas for each term)
- each student’s curriculum
- student goals
- a list of subjects for each student (with room for notes about curriculum or books)
- morning time list (with room for notes so you don’t forget something!)
- a grid to organise your ideas for field trips, books, etc.
- a page to list all your brilliant homeschooling ideas!
See what I mean about Dr. Seuss quotes? Click here to download. (You’ll be directed to box.com.) Happy Not-Back-to-School!