Set your homeschool up for success by reverse planning.
Reverse planning is about setting intentions, not deadlines. Use this free printable to record what you do, rather than what you plan to do. Don’t set yourself up for failure.
It’s okay to make intentions. By recording all of the other things that you do in your homeschool day, you won’t feel so bad if you don’t accomplish said intentions.
You’ll find the following columns in this worksheet:
- Intentions – subjects you want to hit, or special projects you have planned
- Accomplishments – each assignment, activity, or standard you achieve
- Books – read-alouds, picture books, academic reading, magazines, etc.
- Games – board games, computer games, card games, or puzzles
- Other – field trips, movies, exercise, etc.
- Meals/Projects – a column for meal planning and projects you’d like to accomplish (laundry, organizations, personal, etc.)
Download you own free reverse planning printable here:
For more information on reverse planning and creating your perfect homeschool, check out How to Homeschool on a Budget.