We are just now rounding the corner into summer mode and finishing up the last few lessons of kindergarten. With all the excitement we’ve become accustomed to in recent weeks, I’ve been throwing a cautious eye toward first grade trying to figure out how to prepare for a new school year, finish this one, and also plan for a baby.
It has definitely been challenging, but I’m very thankful to have finished designing and organizing the lesson plan and attendance book I’ll be using for next year’s studies. Today I want to share it with you for FREE!
This Homeschool Lesson Plan & Attendance Book is a 12-month organizational tool that begins with a two-page Yearly Goals & Notes spread, followed by a Student Info and Curriculum Page (which could easily be duplicated for multiple children), and monthly sections to help you organize and schedule the following:
- Monthly Attendance Record
Including space to tally the total days of school completed for the month, and total days of school completed for the year to date
- Monthly Goals & Notes Page
- Two-Page Monthly Calendar
- Monday-Friday Weekly Planner pages
Month-and-date headings were purposely left out to make the planner easy to print and use at any time of the year.
I took my lesson plan & attendance book to a local print spot, had it run double-sided on card stock, hole punched, added monthly tab dividers and threw it in a binder. If you’re hesitant to print the entire planner on the first run, start with a month or two and see how it goes. That’s what’s so beautiful about free!
To download your own 12-month Homeschool Lesson Plan & Attendance Book click the following link:
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