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I originally created this Homeschool Totschool Preschool Planner waaaay back in 2014 when I was starting totschool with Cakey. Now, two years later, it’s time to start unoffical totschool with Doodles and unofficial preschool with Cakey. Man time flies! When did my babies get so big?!
Anyway, with Doodles turning three in a few weeks, I decided it was time to dust off the ol’ homeschool totschool preschool planner for a new year. I updated this one just a little and now I have two versions for you. The first is the original homeschool totschool preschool planner that includes a place for a Bible memory verse. The second homeschool totschool preschool planner omits the Bible memory verse and instead has a quote/phrase space available.
I have been busy preparing lesson plans (okay you caught me, I’m just reusing the same lessons I used with Cakey), stocking up on craft supplies, and everything. 🙂
While I was typing up my weekly plan I thought some of you might benefit from having a very simple homeschool totschool preschool planner printable already done up for you. And I do mean simple! You can download the PDF with the link at the bottom.
How I use my Homeschool Totschool Preschool Planner
I printed the planner out, filled it in, cut it in half, and attached the half to a folder with all that week’s papers in it. Easy peasy!
Why I love my Homeschool Totschool Preschool Planner
With a quick glance I can see what each week’s focus is for letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. I also know what activities we are doing that week.
I am really trying to expose the girls to more of the world and get them excited to learn. I am working on music and art features for each week. I really want them to be more culturally diverse than I am. 🙂 I do not know much about art and I am not musically talented AT. ALL. But I do not want my limitations to hold my kids back. Praise the Lord for YouTube videos. Am I right? 🙂
Each week I have a “math” (just number recognition right now) and science activities planned. Honestly, there are too few women in these fields because girls lose interest in these subjects very quickly. I know I did. But I want my girls to know that if they want to be particle physicists they can be. Plus, science experiments for kids are just plain fun!! I mean come on! Volcanos!! They are fun to watch and I never had the chance to make one in school so I’m taking every opportunity to make one now! 🙂
Anyway, I hope you find the homeschool totschool preschool planner PDF helpful. You can download the Homeschool Totschool/Preschool Planner with Bible Verse here via Dropbox or download the Homeschool Totschool/Preschool Planner here via Dropbox.
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Have a blessed day!
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