I was just working on my own lesson plans for the year, both for our homeschool and for teaching art part time. A few friends asked me to send them a copy of our lesson planner pages that I use. I thought this might be nice to share with you all too.
This is designed to be an editable pdf, which means you’re “supposed to” be able to type in the blanks. I put that in quotes as a small handful has not been able to do this without updating Adobe Acrobat reader on their computers. If you are having trouble opening this file, make sure you don’t have a
Also, if you are having trouble opening this file, make sure you don’t have a pop-up blocker blocking pdfs from opening, and that you have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. It may not work on mobile devices.
As I wrote in the lesson plan instructions, the attached planning sheets are created using editable PDF forms. This means, you should be able to type into the form before printing off your planning sheet. I’ve left room for additional subjects, and to enter the daily assignments for each subject. I also have a spot for your reading list at the top for the week. This can be used for fun reading, read aloud as a family, or assigned reading. I had to put three lines because that’s how many books one of my kids gets through in a week!Get a free editable and printable lesson planner for your homeschool. Click To Tweet
To download the planner, just click download your lesson planner here.
If you want the font to match, I’m using Glass Antiqua, available for free from Google Web Fonts, www.google.com/webfonts
I hope this is a help to you and your family.
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