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Weekly Editable Homeschool Planner

Finding a planner to plan all my preschool lesson plans was rough. I will find a planner that I thought was fantastic and then boom- I needed something tweaked and couldn’t do it. Or I will find another but it wasn’t colorful enough which means I would not use it ( I am just being honest- if its not cute it won’t be used).  As a result I created the Weekly Editable Homeschool Planner for my planning.



Plan it! Weekly Homeschool Planner (100% customizable! Everything can be changed!)



It is a weekly home school planner that is created in Excel (can be edited in Google docs and Numbers as well) that allows the following:

  1. The subjects can be changed
  2. The amount of students can be increased or decreased (1 student to as many as you can add)
  3. The dates can be changed
  4. The fields can be removed (too many subject spaces? Just delete them)
  5. The fields can be increased as well
  6. Oh and its pretty easy on the eyes.

You can simply grab the planner by clicking the image below or clicking FREE EDITABLE HOMESCHOOL PLANNER.

Weekly editable homeschool planner


Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom

Wednesday 11th of June 2014

This is fabulous! I love that it's editable! Thanks so much for sharing.

Wishing you a lovely day. xoxo


Thursday 12th of June 2014

You are welcome

Tiffany G

Tuesday 10th of June 2014

I've been homeschooling for 2 years now, and better organization has been a major issue for me. I am seriously looking forward to utilizing your planner!! Thank you so much for putting this out here!

Christy Jones

Thursday 5th of June 2014

Hello! I really like the way the planner is set up: days of week for the columns, subjects on the side, space in each box for each of my 4 kiddos, and I can see the whole week at once. It would take me forever to do myself.

Mariel Allardyce

Wednesday 4th of June 2014



Wednesday 4th of June 2014

You are very welcome. Enjoy.

Kim Smith

Saturday 31st of May 2014

This planner sounds like a wonderful idea for my daughter. She is not a home schooler, but wants to work hard with her son during the summer so that he does not fall behind. He just completed 2nd grade and has done well. She doesn't want to lose what he has gained during the summer lapse of classroom studies. Do home schooler do "summer" vacation? Dumb question, I know. But questions educate us, right?


Saturday 31st of May 2014

Every family is different but we plan to continue firing the summer. Homeschooling J doesn't take that long and it's integrated in everything we do so no 'vacations' for us. It is a good question though. There is no such thing as a dumb question. Lol