Grab a warm drink or maybe your lunch and take half an hour with Daksina’s video, as she walks you through how she uses her planner for home ed planning.
Tag: home ed planners
This is episode 20 and this week I’m talking to Ashleigh from @wild.wood.childhood. We talk about home educating alongside a sibling in school, home edding foundation and year 1 on a very small budget, and the fear of missing out, and how it can mess with your confidence and cost you money.
Home Educations Planners 101 Pt4 – 4 Planner Pages that will make you more Productive and save you Money (if you use them)
Here are some planner pages from the Home Education Printable Planner that can save you money, and make the most of the things you have. You can download these pages to try yourself, at the bottom of the post.
Home Education Planners 101 Part 2: The Pro and Cons of a Printable Home Education Planner and Bullet Journal
The two cheapest, and easiest ways of making a home ed planner that I have experimented with over the years, are by printing your own from a pre-designed printable planner you can find on line, or making a home ed bullet journal (aka bujo) out of a notebook.
Both of these systems have their advantages and disadvantages, which are worth considering before you give one or both of them a go.
This is episode 16 and this week I’m talking to Lexy from @caribbeanhomeeducator on Instragram. We talk about home educating older children alongside infant twins, how to event plan when home ed freedom can also mean flakiness, the importance of downtime and rest, and support for home ed parents of black and mixed race children.
Home education is complicated. Or, rather it is really easy for us to make home education complicated.
The back of an envelope will only get you so far.