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  • Item #: 049208
    ISBN: 9781930092136
    Retail: $10.50
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    Originally designed for their CLASS academy students, this collection of user-friendly record-keeping forms from Christian Liberty provides a basic, just-what-you-need planner. No frills here, just straight-forward places to keep all the pertinent information with some super-simple, to-the-point instructions on how to organize your homeschool. Forms are reproducible for personal/family use and include: yearly school calendar (monthly calendars), weekly planner pages (40 – enough for one student for one school year), and multiple others like a reading record, transcript, and a report card. There are also some more general forms like a weekly chore list, prayer journal, and physician’s health report. Weekly planner pages in this book are a little different. There is a separate grid for each subject with lines for each day and boxes for assignments, quiz/tests, main concepts to cover and date covered box. 112 pgs, pb. Janice

  • Item #: 011310
    ISBN: 9781942192268
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    Is it a planner? Or a how-to book on homeschooling high school? You’ll have to decide for yourself. For each of the four high school years there is a 44-page planner section; it includes six monthly two-page layouts, a two-page six month calendar, a journal-type semester summary, attendance record, and achievement record for each semester, plus two articles that pertain to planning that year. The layout for each month shows five columns with lined boxes for each day. There’s room to write assignments for six subjects, complete with check-off circle. A sixth column has a character challenge, a monthly summary (e.g. grades, attendance, and activities), and a brief note on future planning. Each month’s pages also include a scripture verse and miniature current and following month’s calendars. The beginning of the book has a sample month, course requirements, a course planning worksheet, transcript requirements, and a sample transcript. The end of the book provides a section on college preparation – a checklist on what to do when, blank high school transcripts, college portfolio worksheet and details, worksheets (college and scholarship considerations), and notes.

    As with other planners from Well-Planned Day, color and graphic schemes (different for each year) are inviting and strike a nice balance in appealing to both genders. Planner is 8.5” x 11” spiral-bound. Janice

  • Item #: 017265
    ISBN: 9780970226525
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    Another beneficial Homeschool Daily Planner plan book - this time for high school. While this book shares similarities with the others in the series, there are also additions geared toward high school students that set it apart. The book begins with pages for teacher's notes, and then a page is provided to record college search information. Another page provides guidelines for calculating credits and the minimum requirements for most states. Then the book is divided into four sections, one for each year of high school. The sections begin with a page to list curriculum, books that have been read, and extracurricular activities. Then come pages for daily lesson plans. These pages feature room for two weeks of plans, divided into two columns of blank boxes, with the day of the week printed at the top of the box. Each chapter then closes with a year end evaluation of credits, allowing you to keep track of the credits your child has completed. - Melissa

  • Item #: 063645
    ISBN: 9781940110042
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  • Item #: 011333
    ISBN: 9781942192206
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    Are you like me? Color and beauty make me happy. A well-organized, common-sensible planner makes me want to plan. When both are wrapped up into one user-friendly, cheerful, full-of-extras package, I'm ready to grab my pen!

    First, let's talk about the basics. Each week has a two-page spread in the spiral-bound (lies flat) 8.5 x 11" planner. Days (Mon-Fri) are across the top (three on left-hand page; two on right-hand page). Each of these columns has five subject sections (Bible, Math, History, Science, English). Each of these sections has four lines. In other words, for each day, and each subject, you can briefly record a 2 " line for each of three or four children or use two lines for two children or four lines for one child. There are additional boxes (total of seven lines) at the bottom of each column any other subjects. Each of these lines in each column ends with a small colored box for check-offs. The remaining vertical column on the right-hand page has lined space to record weekly priorities, daily dinner menus, and weekend activities.  Each week includes a Bible verse on one page and a notable quote (think inspirational Facebook status posts) on the other. 

    Now for the extras - sample planner page, place to insert a family picture and record family memories, a weekly cleaning schedule, special projects page (monthly boxes with reminders of those easy-to-forget occasional cleaning tasks), important contacts, children chore cards (perforated and ready to tear out), teacher schedule, class plan (curriculum) and student schedules for four children,  semester goals, monthly calendar with accompanying page to record books to read, field trips, and monthly expenses, perforated shopping lists (set of six for each month), semester accomplishments, attendance records, and grade recording sheets. There is also two year at a glance calendars-current year and the upcoming year.

    A set of four perforated, cardstock report cards are in the back (Each month is inaugurated with an encouraging article and has its own color scheme vibrant, subtle, cool, warm each satisfying. The graphic theme (which changes each year) is lively, and frankly, delightful. An extravagant claim perhaps, but I'll stick by it - using this planner will remind you daily that homeschooling is a wonderful calling, full of beauty and grace. Janice

  • Item #: 057575
    ISBN: 9781420633580
    Retail: $8.99
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    There's lots of space to keep your records in this over-sized teacher planner. Spiral-bound, measuring 12" x 9.5" and opening to a very wide, horizontally-oriented 24" x 9.5," you'll finally feel like you can keep all your records in one place. There are 45 weekly "spreads" with days of the week down the left-hand column and four, 2," lined columns on the left hand page and four more on the right hand page. The last column on the right-hand page is a place for notes with a weekly quote at the bottom. The nice thing about these planner pages (and the planner, in general) is that it is not dated. That means if you take a week off for a homeschooler's off-season vacation, you don't have to leave blank pages in your planner. One curiosity, though, there's no space to label the columns (i.e. for subjects or students' names, etc.), but there is a small margin at the top you could write in. Oriented to a classroom, there are the expected "extras:" student roster, birthday chart, substitute teacher information/report, standards info (background and websites), seating chart, as well as monthly planning calendars. Pages are white with a slate blue ink color. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 015358
    ISBN: 9780890517468
    Retail: $19.99
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    This planner acts as a study guide for only one book, For You They Signed. Together they provide a one-year study (one high school credit) of the historical events and figures surrounding the Declaration of Independence. Many US history courses include a small section on this topic, but this study is for those who want to know more about the details, character, and circumstances of the time. The study is set up in 180 daily lessons that take 30-45 minutes each. The suggested schedule offers an easy-to-use format that not only shows the lesson content, but also includes space for recording grades and due dates. The planner also includes reproducible worksheets and quizzes (for homeschool families and small groups of ten or less) and an answer key. Worksheets are discussion questions that can be done orally or written out in the space provided. Quizzes are all short-answer questions. If you have a student that shows an interest in this very specific topic, this is a good study for them. ~ Donna
  • Item #: 067825
    ISBN: 9781338104882
    Retail: $19.99
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    There is something to be said for a simple, non-dated planner with cheerful colors. A few handy pages include a list of user names and passwords, a list of your student contact information, birthdays, a list of holidays, and an overall schedule for the year. The calendar’s main portion contains a 2-page spread of monthly calendars for July to June. The months have colored tabs and pretty, inspirational phrases. Each month has a pretty color scheme. The lesson pages have M-F in rainbow colors down the left side with 7 subjects/times across the top, and a space for the week number. Each space has 6 dotted lines to write on in a space about 4x5cm. It’s a generous amount of space for recording what you did that day or for planning out your year. A handy pocket is included inside the back cover. 9x11” (1cm thick) ~ Sara

  • Item #: 005899
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    Creative writing course, editing, grammar review. 78 pgs
  • Item #: 018123
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    Designed with teachers in mind, this planner incorporates a two page spread for organizing information for multiple students. Included is a seating chart, forty weeks worth of lesson planning pages, tests/attendance pages and a notes section. The lesson page layout shows the subject down the left column and Monday through Friday listed across the top. The far right side includes a place to record the week, date, and space for additional documentation. Subject boxes measure approx. 2¼” x 1½” and the right margin box measures approx. 4” x 1½” and is gray shaded. Although designed for the school setting, homeschool families may find the larger size planning pages useful for home or co-op use. This House of Doolittle Teacher’s Planner is made from 100% recycled products, is spiral bound and has a vinyl cover. Deanne

  • Item #: 027369
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  • Item #: 016688
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  • Item #: 027370
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  • Item #: 043894
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  • Item #: 054835
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    Covers picture study, dictation, instruction in different forms of creative and free writing, and a complete review in elementary and secondary grammar. Complete language arts curriculum for one academic year includes the U.S. Constitution as copywork and a study of the Bible and how it applies to everyday life. Download a PDF Sample
  • Item #: 016662
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  • Item #: 040704
    ISBN: 9781933339085
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  • Item #: 054834
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    Covers picture study, dictation, instruction in different forms of creative and free writing, and a complete review in elementary and secondary grammar. Complete language arts curriculum for one academic year includes the U.S. Constitution as copywork and a study of the Bible and how it applies to everyday life.

  • Item #: 032555
    ISBN: 9781683441229
    Retail: $36.99
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     Self-described as Charlotte Mason-flavored, this is language arts curriculum with a Biblical emphasis. As a starting place for each weekly lesson, students will read a continuing story about friends Micah and Claire and their Sunday School experiences. Each week follows the same pattern of activities: Day 1, read the weekly story; Days 2-3, learn topics in writing, grammar and punctuation; Day 4, write responses to a prompt (alternating between picture study, poetry and a Psalm); and Day 5, work on spelling and vocabulary and build a dictionary. Brief assessments are provided quarterly. The fourth quarter is designed for review. Starting with Level 2, students are introduced to punctuation, grammar & writing. students will learn about nouns, compound words, subjects/predicates; possessive nouns; combining sentences; commas; interjections; action verbs; homophones; synonyms/antonyms and specific verbs such as be, has and see and pronouns like this and that. Biblical themes and assignments (such as memorizing verses from 1 Corinthians 13 alongside Micah and Claire) are used throughout. Level 3 will further strengthen previous reading, observation and communication skills, and begin writing paragraphs. Level 4 (expected late 2018) will strengthen previous skills and add study in noun types, verb tenses, mechanics and write compositions.

      This is a combined student and teacher consumable book. On the student pages, teacher notes are highlighted and kept minimal. While designed for you and the student to work along together, this text provides additional direction in the front matter and in the Teacher’s Aid section (about 100 pgs) in the back. This section includes dictionary pages to copy (or you can print off from the publisher’s web site); optional games to practice different language skills; spelling practice ideas; sight words alphabet practice; copywork practice; and grammar study sheets. You’ll want to provide more reading practice opportunities: a template to record these and a recommended Master Books reading list is included. Scriptures are from the NASB. Non-reproducible, consumable and 3-hole punched.

      Master Books recommends beginning this series after Foundations Phonics and Basic Language Skills. However, to select a starting place, the general expectation is that the student’s skills should be comfortably at grade level (in reading, writing, and in handwriting). 

    Approx 476 pgs, pb. ~ Ruth

     

  • Item #: 021242
    Retail: $17.49
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    Like the other Homeschool Planbooks, this volume provides a year's worth of planning pages with lots of built-in flexibility. Each weekly two-page spread features the days of the week on the left-hand side (Mon-Sat/Sun), four spaces on the top of the left-hand page for "core subjects" and four spaces on the right-hand page for "non-core subjects." At this level, the subject particulars are up to you to fill in the blanks provided. You still get the spaces at the bottom of each week to record weekly and yearly total hours of instruction, broken out into core and non-core. Other included forms are designed especially for upper-level students and include a four-year academic plan, listings for course descriptions, a record sheet for grades and credits, a secondary school record, 12 monthly records for instruction hours, a reading list, project reports, and extra-curricular activity forms. Spiral-bound.

  • Item #: 021241
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    The Family Planbook is laid out a bit differently than the Elementary Planbook and is designed for you to lay out weekly assignments for up to four different students on each two-page spread.  Each of the four blocks is subdivided into one very large language arts square, a smaller math space, and eight equally-sized spaces for four additional “core subjects” (Bible, social studies, science, and related subjects) and four non-core subjects (art, P.E., music and misc).  You can track hours of core and non-core instruction at the bottom of the spread. Planner is loose-leaf and 3-hole punched.
      An abundance of other helpful forms is also included. These are largely the same between the Family and Elementary books and include a goals list, subjects/activities planned for the year, pages to track curriculum you own vs. what you need to buy, a list of curriculum used during the year, a curriculum plan for Gr. 1-8, a subject overview, requirements and test records, instruction hours by month, field trip reports, reading lists, project reports, Bible memorization and memory work charts, and a year-end evaluation.  Planners come printed in an assortment of five different colors and also feature a sprinkling of Bible verses on several of the forms.

  • Item #: 043018
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    This inexpensive CD contains a number of printable forms to help make your home schooling as organized and pain-free as possible. About 70 pages are included for planning, pricing, locating and scheduling curriculum, scheduling daily lessons and assignments, making an 180 days at-a-glance subject planner, scheduling daily lessons, keeping a reading record, and setting life goals. Also includes templates for logging grades, creating report cards, making a general high school planner or high school science lab chart, and a form for students to use when writing a book report. A bonus document includes step-by-step instructions for creating your own yearbook pages. All forms and templates are available as Microsoft Word documents and Adobe Acrobat files. Win/Mac compatible. Rachel P

  • Item #: 004568
    ISBN: 9780978541316
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    High school record keeping is more important than tracking the progress of your elementary student, so the good folks that brought you the popular Homeschooler’s Journal now have a high school version. As with the Journal, the bulk of the High School Journal is devoted to the weekly lesson layout. Seven columns (vs. six for the Journal) for subjects times five rows for days gives you 40 squares to work with on each pair of pages. These squares contain seven lines for writing details (as opposed to the open format of the squares in the Journal). In the lower right is a handy chart for keeping track of hours spent per subject each week, recordable in quarter-hour increments. Since the method of study (unit studies, structured text, multiple students per subject, etc.) varies from family to family, several examples show various methods of using the weekly lesson layout to your best advantage. The only other change for the High School Journal is a “Grade Record” which replaces the “Test Score Keeper” in the Journal. Daily grades can be recorded in up to 10 subjects for up to 192 days. Other miscellaneous forms in the Journal remain unchanged.

  • Item #: 042777
    ISBN: 9781933339337
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  • Item #: 015476
    ISBN: 9780890517277
    Retail: $16.99
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    Using the True North series and Awesome Science DVD series together, you can teach your students about what the rocks tell us about the earth and its history. This planner pulls them all together to make a full one-year curriculum that equals one high school credit. The 180 daily lesson plans lay it all out for you, along with reproducible worksheets (for ten or less and homeschool families), quizzes and tests, and the answer key. The worksheets include activities, discussion questions, short answer, fill-in-the-blank and vocabulary. The daily schedule is formatted in an easy-to-follow chart that also includes space for assignment due dates and recording grades. Lessons take 30-45 minutes daily, and some labs are suggested but not required. If you have a geology buff in your family, why not take the time to teach them about the geological record from a biblical perspective? ~ Donna
  • Item #: 008694
    ISBN: 9781511555197
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  • Item #: 049178
    ISBN: 9781511503952
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  • Item #: 050292
    ISBN: 9781511619899
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  • Item #: 054742
    ISBN: 9781511751476
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  • Item #: 052350
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    Providing an introduction to a variety of essential research tools, this guide gently walks students through the dictionary, encyclopedia, atlas, concordance and the telephone book. Each lesson offers great flexibility for the homeschooling family, as the lessons are not written in daily format. Each section begins with background information on the studied reference book and includes instructions on how to use it. The following student pages provide a variety of activities specific to the reference studied. Here is an example of one portion of the Encyclopedia lesson: The student reads the instruction on using an encyclopedia. They are asked to look up "Samuel Adams" and read about his life and answer the following questions: What year was he born? Who was his famous cousin? What college did he graduate from in 1740? Internet research tools are discussed, although the author emphasizes the importance of using research books. Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible is recommended and Noah Webster's 1828 dictionary is suggested (other dictionaries will work). Pb. 26 pgs. Non-reproducible. ~ Deanne