The Charlotte Mason Complete Homeschool Printable Planner
You need a way to ensure you are including each subject needed for a comprehensive Charlotte Mason or Classical education for your children each week. Something easy to use, thorough, and a bonus if it’s pretty.
Born through a need to plan our homeschool more efficiently and to make sure that I had a way to track our hours, subjects, and progress, I am delighted with how efficient, on track, and lovely the planning of our homeschool has become! As a busy working homeschool mom, I need all the help I can get to stay on track and get the important things done.
There is now an optional add-on download included with this purchase. The quarters are changed to terms, and the subjects have been slightly adjusted to better fit the models of Charlotte Mason PNEU schools per reader requests. The original Charlotte Mason planning sheets are still in the main download, this is just an option for readers who follow these models or who use semesters rather than quarters.
*Please note that this is a digital product. You will receive a PDF download upon completion of purchase. No physical product will be received.*
The Charlotte Mason Homeschool Printable Planner PDF download includes:
- A simple cover page with blank dates so that you can use the planner over each year
- 14 quote page dividers that have lovely watercolor illustrations
- Quarterly and Term Planning sheets
- A child evaluation sheet with spots for strengths, areas that need work, a scripture to pray for your child, and a place to record your favorite part of the child’s personality
- Term notes and planning sheets
- Attendance Sheets
- Weekly planning sheets that may be printed for each child
- Undated monthly sheets.
- Quarterly review sheets.
- Mother’s Journal page to incorporate where you like.
- A primary lined notebooking page.
- An elementary lined notebooking page.
- A field trip record page
- A Nature Outing checklist
- A grocery list and meal planning page
- A 10 easy meals page for quick reference on busy weeks
- A Habit reference sheet containing space for a definition, copywork and memorization to accompany the habit, and games, activities, and books to use as resources
- A printable art picture page containing the “I am, I can, I ought, I will” motto from Charlotte Mason’s schools (I used this for the cover of my planner)
- A Reading log to track books read, the child’s view of the book, and how well their narration was completed
- A book list page of titles you need to buy, check out, or remind yourself to reserve
- A Portfolio page to keep records of your child’s progress through the year
- A floral edged graph paper for note taking
This is a perpetual planner you can use year after year because it is undated.
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See our Ultimate Charlotte Mason Homeschool Resource Guide
How I assembled my own
Why is quarterly so great?
- You take the year, subjects, planning, and resource gathering in chunks instead of one overly large bite that can cause overwhelm, intimidation, and choking on your freshly microwaved coffee.
- You can do year round quarters, 9 week quarters, 6 week quarters, or whatever style of quarters fits your homeschool best.
- The pressure of trying to conquer and entire curricula is eliminated.
- You have wiggle room to move ahead or review concepts as needed in your next quarter after reviewing what was accomplished in the quarter you are wrapping up. This allows for you to keep each subject aligned with each child’s specific needs without the pressure of feeling “behind” or the worry of getting “too far ahead”.
- If you like unit studies (we do!), you can structure each quarter around a unit or make sure to include a week of unit study into each quarter.
See all the goodness of planning quarterly here.
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