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Printable Homeschool & Household Planner Pages

by Mary Ann Kelley

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Now updated with calendar pages through 2020!

TheHomeSchoolMom Planner is a comprehensive organizer for appointments, school assignments, lesson planning, record keeping, and family menu planning. Scroll down for screenshots of many of the planner pages. The planner is an exclusive download for newsletter subscribers.

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Once you’ve confirmed your email address, you will have access to all of our downloads. We’ve made it easier to download this year with a single PDF file – just print the pages you need. We’ve designed the planner to use a minimum of ink to help cut expenses.

FlyLady compatible weekly and menu planner pages are here.

Is there a feature or record that you would like to see added to the planner? Let us know in the comments!

Screenshot quick links:

If you have any trouble downloading the planner, please use the Troubleshooting Guide at the bottom of the page.

Household and Homeschool Pages

Today’s Plan

A master plan for the day which includes a schedule with half hour slots, a to do list, a menu planner, and a notes section.

Homeschool Planner: Today's Plan

Weekly Planner with Menu Planner on Opposite Page

Available unlined and unlined

The planner is designed to be printed double-sided with the Weekly Planner on one side and the Menu Planner on the other. The Weekly Planner should be hole-punched on the left side of the page which will leave the Menu Planner punched on the right side. When your Planner is open on your desk, the Weekly Planner page will be on the right, with the Menu Planner and Grocery List on the left.

The pages are all designed to fit in a standard 8 1/2″ x 11″ three ring binder. If you print the pages double-sided, your clip-off grocery list will be on the back of last week’s To Do list. As you finish the week, copy any incomplete items from this week’s To Do list onto the list for next week and clip your grocery list for next week off so you can start your week with all of the items you need for your menu plan. If you are looking for menus that are already planned out for you, check out Menus 4 Moms.

Homeschool Planner: Menu Planner (Unlined)

Left side (should be hole punched on right)

Homeschool Planner: Weekly Planner (Unlined)

Right side (should be hole punched on left)

Homeschool Planner: Menu Planner, To Do Chart, Chore Chart

The combined Menu Planner / To Do / Chore Chart can help you keep track of multiple household tasks for yourself and/or children all in one place. There are two pages one for the left with columns for the day’s menu, mom’s to do list, and 2 child columns. The page for the right has 4 child columns.

Weekly Assignment Pages

Homeschool Planner: Weekly Assignment Sheet

Two column Weekly Assignment sheet (one and three column sheets also included)

There are three different Weekly Assignment pages, with columns for one, two, or three children. If you have two students, you may choose to download either the two column Weekly Assignment page, or the one column and give one to each child. I suggest filling out and keeping the master assignment sheet in mom’s planner, and copying the complete assignment sheet to give to each child. By using the one column Weekly Assignment page, you allow more room in each column to detail assignments.

Using the Weekly Planner with Weekly Assignment Sheets:
The Weekly Planner is designed to be hole-punched on the left side of the page, and the Weekly Assignments/Unschooling Record Keepers are designed to be hole punched on the right side of the page. When your Planner is open on your desk, the Weekly Planner page will be on the right, with the Assignments/Unschooling Record Keeper page opposite the corresponding Weekly Planner page on the left. The pages are all designed to fit in a standard 8 1/2 x 11 three ring binder.

Although the planner pages can be copied two-sided with the Weekly Planner on one side and the Assignment Sheet on the other side, the most practical way to use the planner is to print the pages single-sided, and to use the appropriate Weekly Assignment page opposite each Weekly Planner page. This allows you to add other relevant pages between each week for quick reference, while still allowing both the Planner and the Assignment pages to be seen simultaneously.

Unit Study Planner and Log

Homeschool Planner: Unit Study Planner

Homeschool Planner: Unit Study Planner

The Unit Study Planner can help you organize your resources and pull it all together. The Unit Study Planner is designed to be used as you initially plan your unit. It allows you to list all of your resources, set your goals for your unit, and begin to organize your unit.

Once you have organized a list of your resources and visited the library to finalize the books you have available, the Unit Study Log can be used to record your lesson plans. It has columns to list the activities you plan to do for the unit, including the date, the activity, the amount of time planned for the activity, and any supplies needed or notes for the activity.

High School Credit Planner by Grade or Subject

Homeschool Planner: Attendance Tracker

Long Term and Short Term Goals

Homeschool Planner: Short Term Goals

Homeschool Planner: Short Term Goals

Unschooling Record Keeper

Homeschool Planner: Unschooling Record Keeper

Homeschool Planner: Unschooling Record Keeper

Reading Log & Attendance Record

Homeschool Planner: Attendance Tracker

Homeschool Planner: Attendance Tracker

Annual Homeschool Budget Planner

Homeschool Planner: Annual Homeschool Budget Tracker

Calendar Pages

Month and Year View Calendar Pages

Homeschool Planner: Monthly Calendar Pages

Month View Calendar Page

Homeschool Planner: Yearly Calendar Pages

Year View Calendar Page

Troubleshooting Guide:
If you cannot login, make sure there are no trailing or leading spaces in the email address or password if you copy and paste. Email and password are case sensitive, so use all lowercase letters.

If the Planner files do not open for you, try right clicking them and choosing the Save Target As command, saving the file to your desktop. Open the Acrobat Reader, and using the Open… command from the File menu, choose the file you have saved to your desktop. If your Acrobat Reader does not have a picture of a disk on the menu bar, or you click the disk and it says the file cannot be saved, you will need to obtain the current version of Acrobat Reader.  If you still cannot open the file, it may have been corrupted in transit.

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  1. Karrie Woodward

    You people are awesome

  2. LaVerne Chin

    I’m not able to subscribe. I have a hotmail account and I’m not getting the subscriber email.

    • Hi LaVerne – Have you checked your junk/spam folder? Some providers filter emails for you.

  3. Beth W.

    This is wonderful, thank you!

  4. Tracy

    Thank you for the work that went into creating this awesome resource for us. Blessings!

  5. Stefanie

    I am trying to subscribe so that I can download the free planner sheets but I am not receiving an email. I have put in my email half a dozen times and am not getting a confirmation email to my inbox or my junk mail. What do I do?

    • Hi Stefanie – I’m sorry for the trouble. Have you checked your bulk/junk/spam folder in Hotmail to see if the confirmation is there? I have not gotten a bounce notice for your email address.

      • I see now that you said you have checked. I will add your address manually and let you know when it’s done.

        • Stefanie

          Thank you so much!

  6. Maxine Gardner

    Thank you bunches for the planner. Very useful. I’m very new to homeschooling my high school son. Still exploring our options. A++ for your planner!

  7. Kimberly Przybylinski

    Hi. I have repeatedly tried to subscribe. I have not yet received a confirmation email. Might I already have subscribed years ago, when first started preparing for homeschooling? Is there a way that can be checked? If I have subscribed years ago, might you delete me so that I can subscribe and get the newsletters you send out, please? I don’t seem to have anything in my email from here and am looking to start both my kiddos unschooling this coming school year. Please, may you help me? Thanks so very much! 🙂

    • Hi Kimberly – Your email address was not on the list (I can only assume that the confirmation emails are being blocked by Hotmail for some reason). I have added the address you submitted with your comment and you should be able to use that as the username and morningcoffee as the password to login and download the planner. Sorry for the trouble.

  8. Anna Black

    Hi, I have subscribed but have not received an email link yet.

    • Hi Anna – I’ve added your address manually since it didn’t go through. You should be able to download the files now. Sorry for the delay!

  9. Dej

    Is there any way to make this A5 size. I would LOVE to put this in my Kikki K planner and utilise 🙂

    Thanks so much

    • Although the pages can’t be reworked, you could use the printer function to force the planner pages to fit on an A5 page.

  10. Mary

    Hi there! I love the planner! Thank you so much!! It would be nice to have a sheet of weekly hour tracking. The page might have to be oriented landscape, but it would be nice to have an hour column down the side and then the 7 days of the week listed beside it so I could track what was done on what day and when. You could maybe even include a total at the bottom. That way I can track my hours for the week without having to have a page per day (like on the daily tracker page). I hope this makes sense! Thanks!

  11. Thank you! This has saved me mountains of work.

  12. Cindy Haley

    Thank you for sharing! I’ve been looking for a planner and other things to print for sometime now. This will also help me with homeschooling. Bless you!

  13. C

    This is the best homeschool tool that I have! I have been waiting for the 2017-18 version!! This is so clean and professional looking… it has streamlined so much of my life! Love it!! Thank you!!

    • Sorry it took so long to get the 2017/2018 version out – hopefully things will be less hectic next year!

  14. Enrique Reyna

    Hello, I just moved to New York from Texas and we had wanted to look at the home school program here. It was pretty simple in Texas to where used certain curriculums and then annotated everything on Grade Sheet. Is there anything different for New York that I would have to get certified/verified to make sure my son’s graduation diploma is official?

    • Since homeschooling is regulated by the state, TheHomeSchoolMom does not offer guidance on legal requirements. We suggest that you get in touch with local groups and ask there. You can get started by looking through our page for New York homeschool groups, where you’ll see both statewide and local groups.

      Best wishes on your continued homeschool journey!

  15. DebH

    Thank you SO MUCH for these copies!!! I am new to the idea of home-schooling my son since he’s having such a tough transition from elementary up to middle school. These organizational charts are such a great tool.

    • You are very welcome, Deb! Best wishes on your homeschool journey.

  16. Phoenix Anderson

    What do the letters: D, L, B and S stand for on the “Today’s Plan page of the planner?

    • Hi Phoenix – Those are for menu planning and signify Dinner, Lunch, Breakfast, and Snacks.

  17. Susan Murphy

    Is there a password to unlock the cells to modify to our needs. Thanks for this great resource.

    • Hi Susan – I assume you are talking about Homeschool Planner Plus. The password as noted on its page is letmein.

    • Susan Murphy

      Sorry answered my own question, I see you have noted that certain cells are protected. Will have to create our own HS planner tab to encorporate our dual enrollment needs (College and HS credits). Appreciate this awesome tool.

      • You should be able to unlock all of the cells with letmein as the password. I used the planner and included our DE classes – you can weight them as desired.

  18. I am just sitting down to plan for our summer education and was delighted to find this planner. Thank you!

  19. Bridget Gorman

    Hi. I love your menu planner sheet, and have used it for many years, but I am having a terrible time trying to get it to print. Every time I try to copy it and save it it only saves it as a little jpeg file. Is there a way to get the actual page?

    • Hi Bridget – As you discovered, you are downloading the featured image when you copy it, not the planner file itself (Pinterest has changed their wording from Pin to Save which makes it much more confusing for imags that feature downloads). You can download the planner and all of our other free resources here:

      All of the downloads are free for newsletter subscribers, so if you aren’t on our list, you can subscribe using the form at the top of that page. Sometimes it takes a few minutes for the system to update the login credentials, but if you are still having trouble an hour after subscribing, please let me know.

  20. Thomas

    On the calendar download, your page is forcing me to create a Pinterest account in order to view or print it. I do not want nor need a Pinterest account, can you please remedy that.

    • Hi Thomas – Don’t click the Pinterest save button, just click the red Download Now link below the listing on the download page. I don’t know why Pinterest changed the wording on the button from Pin to Save, but it makes it confusing when the image links to a download. You don’t need a Pinterest account to download the file.

      • Thomas

        Thank you Mary Ann , but that doesn’t work for me either. I failed to mention I am using an iPad. If I press and hold on the image, I get two options. One to save the other to copy. If I just click on the image, the only option I get is to save through pin, thus the forced Pinterest account creation,…very sneaky on their account. So I’ll just press and hold then tap on copy, and I should be able to print it from the photos, or just use it from the iPad directly. Thanks again. I would like to have access to a current calendar to start teaching my 1 st grade son how to read a calendar plus know what day and date it is. He is a bit behind with the whole commy core craziness , I’m really losing sleep agonizing over what I’m going to do at this point. My daughter is 5th grade going o middle school and she’s very smart, but still at 10 she finds the commy core ridiculous.

        • Hi Thomas, don’t click the image, click the Download Now text with the red background:

  21. TJKEL

    Does everyone laminate each page and use dry erase markers or does everyone make multiple copies of each page to cover each week/each unit study? I’m brand spanking new to homeschooling our children and while we are at the preK level, I need organizations as we belong to two co ops, field trips weekly, along with some structured learning projects. But, I need to be able to keep up with everything.

    • I don’t recommend laminating and reusing the pages because then everything is gone when you erase it. I prefer loose papers which I can then hole punch and keep in a notebook for later reference (so I don’t have to replan the unit with another child in future years, for evaluation at the end of the year, to remind me of what we’ve covered, etc.). Of course each person will find the solution that works for them, but I like to keep the records.

      • Thomas

        This is an excellent piece of advice. Complete and thorough records are always crucial because you never know when they’ll come in handy. Always keep a blank copy as well, that way you don’t have to come find them again, and just make copies. TY for these!

      • I did the same thing Mary Ann 🙂 I like to have paper copies. I experimented with a variety of daily and weekly planning pages, mostly of my own creation. It was just easier in the long run when and if I needed to refer back to a specific lesson, resource, week, etc. Great planners!

  22. completely freaking AWESOME

  23. Stephanie

    What an amazing resource! Thank you so much!!

  24. MB

    THANK YOU!!!!!! 🙂

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