The Homeschool Learning Journey
The Planner to Teach Older Students Responsibility for Learning!
This planner was developed as a way for older students, grades 4-8, to be able to document their Learning Journey. There are checklists, calendars, planning pages, book reports, reviews, journaling and more! This planner has over 35 pages that you can pick and choose from in order to build the perfect planner for your middle school student.
Are you worried about using too much colored ink? Each page also has a printer friendly version using the same templates, without the colorful pictures! You can even use some of both!
- Month Calendar
- Learning Resources
- Bible Review
- Weekly Checklists
- Books Read
- Book Log
- Week at a Glance
- Weekly Lesson Log
- Daily Journal
- Week in Review
- Month in Review
- Field Trip Journal
- Book Report
- Blank Composition Pages
What People Are Saying About This Planner
“This planner fits in with my sons room and interests wonderfully. I love the graphics and it is pleasing for both of us to use.” – Kelly L.
“It’s cute and simple. It is a great stepping stone between mom dictating assignments and a student planner intended for high school or older children. It’s mature enough to make students feel mature in using it, but not too complicated to be frustrating or useless. Its simple layout allows for it to be used with various schooling approaches.” – Neisha T.
“I love the beauty of these planners! So often planners for young people are cartoonish and I really don’t care for that. It has a great way to record Bible lessons and what the child learned each day. I would highly recommend these to any homeschooling family!” – Cathy D.
“I want one of these for myself as the teacher! The design and colors are so pretty. I like that it engages the student to write in their own words lessons learned, and also gives them a place to write about what is working for them. I like the idea of giving the kids a place to express their thoughts instead of just checking a box or list.” – Amy R.
“Not just a daily planner, but a way to systematically review what is being learned for greater long-term retention.” – Michele G.