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  • Item #: 024637
    ISBN: 9781935495932
    Retail: $29.00
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  • Item #: 041712
    ISBN: 9781935495659
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    ISBN: 9781940110561
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    ISBN: 9781940110240
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  • Item #: 063645
    ISBN: 9781940110042
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  • Item #: 041661
    ISBN: 9781935495673
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    So you think it’s time your student started keeping her own records? Apologia agrees and you’ll find this student planner goes a long way toward accomplishing that goal. Just meet with your student weekly (OK, maybe daily as you get started) to go over assignments and your student will be on his way. With all the general features of the Ultimate Teen Planner (monthly and weekly schedules, etc.), this one is geared toward a younger crowd and full of study aids (to please mom) and trivia (to intrigue students). Janice

  • Item #: 041739
    ISBN: 9781935495666
    Retail: $19.00
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    A planner should be _______. Ask a hundred teens how to fill in the blank and I’ve no doubt this planner will measure up. First of all, it’s amazingly practical and usable. Spiral bound; backpack-sized size (7”x8.5”); pleasing, subtle-hued graphics; plasticized covers; and, undoubtedly, whatever content page you might possibly want. Its fill-in-the-date approach allows for maximum flexibility. Twelve monthly (two-page) schedules provide an inspirational scripture, interesting brain facts, roomy daily squares, and places for notes. Weekly (two-page) schedules (48) provide five lined boxes per day, a place to keep track of SAT words, and an inspirational quote as well as places for doodles, notes and appointments. Extra (and useful) pages abound: U.S. and world maps, periodic table, guides to pronunciation, italics, and capitalization – and much more. Also included is a nice collection of record-keeping, transcript-planning, and college-prepping pages. You’ll want to tuck this planner away in a memorabilia box when you’re through. In addition to all the academic information, there’s a journal-type section for “my favorite things” (i.e. movies, books, friends, etc.) as well as a couple of pages devoted to “dreaming” and writing out goals. Janice

  • Item #: 012328
    ISBN: 9780970226518
    Retail: $14.95
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    This handy, easy-to-use planner is specially designed to be used with a structured curriculum and can be used for up to four children. At the beginning of the planner you’ll find a seven-year calendar as well as a planning calendar for the year. Several teacher’s resource pages, curriculum pages, and extra-curricular activities pages follow, where you can record all of your curriculum, additional resources, and activity information for the year. Four double-sided pages are included to record books your children reads during the year. Several pages for recording test scores round out the “records” portion of the planner. The bulk of the planner, however, is made up of the daily lesson plan pages, which accommodate 46 weeks of plans for four children (or 92 weeks of plans for two). Each page includes a blank for the date, and two blanks for children’s names along the top of the page. Beneath each child’s name, you’ll find 5 boxes, labeled with the days of the week. With this layout, you can see four children’s plans at a time on one two-page spread, handy for reference during a busy school day. Spiral-bound.

  • 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
    Retail: $0.00
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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
    Retail: $14.95
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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 #: 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 #: 029491
    Retail: $14.95
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    This high school planner includes 52 weeks of record-keeping space, enabling you to plan and school year-round or to use the summer or other "break" weeks to record any elective classes or extracurricular activities. Each week is laid out in an easy-to-read two page spread format. The bulk of the right and left-hand pages consists of a weekly assignment calendar that features the days of the week along the top, and nine separate subject rows along the left-hand side. Each grid square contains a box for a checkmark or score, as well as a space to record the amount of time spent on each subject. The far right-hand side contains a listing of additional books and videos to be used that week as well as a grid to list how much time was spent per week on each subject, to make calculation of credit hours easier. The planner also includes a curriculum planning grid in the front, and is helpfully spiral-bound. - Jess

  • Item #: 069847
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     Spiral-bound (5.5”x 8.5”) yearly planner that includes pages for Daily Schedule, Monthly Calendars, and Weekly/Daily (2-page spreads) Planners. Extras include pages for Academic Goals, Character Trait/Social Goals, Grades, Memory Verse List, Prayer List, Reading List, Chore Chart, Budget, Four-Month Planning, Weekly Meal Planners, and Address/Phone List.

  • Item #: 046172
    ISBN: 9780965372329
    Retail: $15.00
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    You’ll find things in this homeschool planner that don’t show up in others. And they’re likely to be just what you were wanting. The expected 36 weeks of planning pages are there – M-F across the top horizontally with nine vertical unlined boxes (1 1/8” x 2 3/4”) labeled Scripture, English, History, Math, Science, three blank boxes, and Notes. Then, there’s the might-be-expected – sheets for daily attendance, field trips, chores, daily schedule, daily grade sheet. Lastly, there are a few things that will surprise you: a list to prepare “our family rules,” character development chart, instructional sections on grading and preparing a transcript, reproducible report cards, and short essays with helpful hints and anecdotes. Definitely the work of an experienced homeschool mom from a Christian perspective. 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 #: 022430
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  • 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 #: 009848
    ISBN: 9781932012989
    Retail: $20.00
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    Any book that claims to be the “ultimate” had better deliver, and this one does! Not just an update of an out of print classic, this is THE book to read if you’re planning to homeschool or considering homeschooling. Answering the real questions (i.e. What if I don’t want to homeschool?) as well as the expected (i.e. How do I get it all done?) – and with a candid honesty you will appreciate – it also addresses concerns of seasoned homeschoolers (i.e. preventing burnout). Several themes run throughout the book – organization and planning are good things, creating and maintaining a love-of-learning environment is important, raising independent learners and responsible kids is desirable, and staying connected with other homeschoolers is necessary. The new to homeschooling couple will find a realistic discussion of all the questions rumbling around in your brains/hearts – Can we do this? What will it cost us? How do we choose curriculum? What type of learner is our child? Will this be the best decision for us? A family worksheet is included to help you sort through all the issues and make a wise decision about homeschooling. There is also a lot of help for making curriculum decisions. Subjects are each covered by examining where you want to go and how to get there. Strategies for each grade level along with guidelines and recommended resources are included. In fact, lots and lots of resources are provided – for books, curriculum, publishers and suppliers, programs, organizations, and technology. Though all grades are covered thoroughly, the discussion on homeschooling high schoolers is excellent and extremely comprehensive including discussions that I’ve not seen elsewhere (i.e. What about organized sports?). Any homeschooler – just getting started or seasoned – will appreciate the thoughtful discussions, multitudinous resources, and reality-based encouragement found in these pages. Janice

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  • Item #: 047922
    ISBN: 9781936808151
    Retail: $29.00
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    Planners are indispensable tools for homeschoolers and this one will equip well. I love the format: spiral bound so it'll lay flat, highlighted with no-nonsense yet beautiful images of and articles about farm tools and sprinkled with "Hey Mama" encouraging letters. Calendars of several kinds help you keep track. You'll find a yearly calendar for 2016 through 2018, monthly calendars (July through June) and double-paged weekly planners (36 undated). But there is much more! You'll find 5 pages each to record monthly, semester and yearly goals in educational, spiritual, physical, personal talents, life skills, financial and relational areas. Attendance Charts allow you to record attendance for up to 5 children. Record books read each year for up to four children and five curriculum planning sheets. An additional sheet allows you to record home school contacts. A final section helps you create a home school transcript. Additional resources include helpful lists which will serve as resources for 36 General Writing Prompts; Story Starters; The 13 Colonies by Date; Timeline of Inventions; US Presidents and Their Wives; Branches of Federal, State & Local Governments; and United States & Capitals. This edition is consumable. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 018123
    Retail: $10.36
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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 #: 044122
    ISBN: 9781932971309
    Retail: $23.25
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    This information from the publisher explains the CD-ROM program: "(it) uses a database combined with an internet browser as its foundation. Data tables can be accessed and updated, and various reports can be created by selecting data from those data tables (or entering it manually) and adding it to the reports. Reports can be printed as needed from within the installed program, though not as PDFs. There is no interactive capability in that report fields are auto-filled by data table information. Nor are credits, GPA, or other cumulative data information automatically calculated. Data entered is stored on one's computer." Works on Windows 98 – XP and has not been tested on any OS newer than XP. ~ Janice
  • Item #: 048252
    ISBN: 9781932012996
    Retail: $20.00
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    I’m not going to tell you this is THE BEST homeschooling high school book, but it certainly would be a strong contender. Well-known “ultimate” author Debra Bell, who just happens to be a homeschool mom graduate, maintains that “your child’s future begins today.” Then she thoroughly outlines how the two of you can plan and prepare for it. One of the things that I most appreciate about her message is that she doesn’t sugar-coat anything. Starting with the advantages; she also “counts the costs.” Providing step-by-step coverage from middle school through high school, she also tackles record-keeping as well as college admissions and college credit at home. The 100+ pages of appendices include website and online tools, samples (of practically everything), reading lists, and a resource guide. 500 pgs, pb Janice

  • Item #: 026049
    ISBN: 9780890517390
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  • 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 #: 019084
    ISBN: 9780966972740
    Retail: $19.95
    Rainbow Price: $15.75

    This book provides fun and easy-to-use games and activities that will give your children great exercise and instill in them a lifelong love of fitness. It contains games that do not require a gym, expensive equipment, or large play areas. Most can be played in a backyard setting. However, many of the basketball games require a hard surface for dribbling and games like handball and wall ball require bouncing balls off of a wall. The only equipment these games call for, besides a few racquets, nets, and hula-hoops, are different kinds of balls. Some of the games that require specific equipment give ideas for substitutions that can be made if the equipment is not available. Most of the games can be played with 2-4 people but can easily be adapted for larger groups. The skill-based games work on improving specific sport skills and also introduce activities children will enjoy doing independently. The book is organized into different sections, such as the different sports, playground games, rope jumping games, fitness building games, and more. Each game provides an introduction with a skill purpose, number of players required, suggested age level, equipment needed, black and white illustrations, and easy-to-understand instructions. In addition, teachers will find helpful advice on how to use the games most effectively in a homeschool setting, how to introduce games to children, finding the right game to achieve your learning objective, safety guidelines, and much more. The book is a great resource for fun and simple games that will prompt your children to enjoy physical activity and will develop their fitness, movement, and sport skills. ~ Rachel S.