Whether your children are at school or home educated, there are a wealth of social, creative, sporting and learning opportunities available, not forgetting all of the regular extra-curricular activities on offer.
Useful Home Education Planners
We have a varied offering of useful home education planners for you to use. We have pages to encourage the children to plan, lesson plans, resource lists, planners for those who organise activities, as well as planners to help you record what activities and subscriptions you have signed up to.
Here's a fun way to keep a reading list! Just get the kids to write the names of the books (and maybe the authors) on the spines and covers on the picture. Perhaps they could colour in each book as they read it?
Do you create a reading list for your children? If so this is the planner for you. Alternatively use it to encourage children to choose their own books. It would be helpful for listing books to read for a project or to make a list of those to reserve from the library.
Do you organise home education trips or workshops? This planner will help you keep track of numbers, payments and arrivals on the day.
I like organising group trips for my local home education group. As a result I find myself contacting lots of places to ask about availability and sometimes losing track.
With many home education groups being very active in terms of activities, groups and trips on offer and many home educators being members of several groups, keeping track of what you sign up to can be difficult.
Choose from 4 designs of our home education resources list. Use it to write shopping lists, list resources to gather together for a term or a week, or things to take to a home education group activity.
Apps, magazines, resource websites are all helpful tools for home education but with so many on offer it is easy to miss renewal dates. This planner will help you remember what you've signed up and when, through who if you use discount groups or sites and when renewal is due.
If I could learn about anything at all, I would like to learn about.... Children can draw pictures or write about all the things they would most like to learn about using this open book printable.
This planner is for those who like to plan activities in depth. I use them to plan the group activities I organise.
If the kids can only choose one, really important, mega goal for the year, what will it be? Use this printable page (which comes blank for drawings and lined for writing) to detail it out.
Getting out and exploring places is a great way to consolidate learning and spark interests. Make a list of places you would like to visit and encourage children to help with the planning with these colourful planners.
This printable is a fun way for children to list (or draw) some of the things they would like to do with their friends in the coming year or the future generally. The illustration might give them some starting points...
Choose from 4 versions of our cheerful 'things I want to learn' planner and encourage your children to help plan their own education.