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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The 2010 Schoolhouse Planner

What's 614 pages long, comes from one of the most reputable homeschool businesses around, and does everything but scrub your shower and fix your dinner? The 2010 Schoolhouse Planner, that's what!

No matter what your homeschool style, from recreating school at home to being a radical unschooler, this is a planner that will meet your needs. Better still, it's a planner that serves YOU, and not the other way around.

So what does this planner include? If you can even remotely conceive of it, the planner 2010 Schoolhouse Planner has a form for it. And you can fill in these forms right on your computer, so if your kitten spills a whole glass of water on your weekly schedule (not that I have any experience with that) you can just print out another one! Below are just a few of the hundreds of pages you can use.

But beyond just planning your homeschool, the planner also includes different checklists, themed resources, tips, and recipes each month. But wait, there's more. Want to know cloud types and how to identify them? It's in there. Branches of government? It's in there. Thirteen colonies by date? It's in there. The parables of Jesus? They're in there. Greek and Latin roots? They are in there.

But all that is just the tip of the iceberg. There's also chore charts, grocery lists, birthday and anniversary lists, babysitter information, budget sheets, prayer journals, Christmas card lists, craft planning sheets, and car maintenance journals, just to name a few.

If you bought a book- even an e-book- for any one of these things, it would surely be at least $5. And yet the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner, which covers all this and so much more, is available for download from HERE for just $39.00. Or, if you'd prefer a CD, you can get that HERE for $44. Check it out. Disorganization might be free, but sometimes you get what you pay for. Getting your house and homeschool in order and minimizing the amount of time it takes to do all that is priceless, and the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner is the tool you need to do just that.

Disclaimer: I am an independent contractor for The Old Schoolhouse, which publishes the Schoolhouse Planner. I received a free copy of the planner so that I could write this post. This post was written as a "sell sheet" and I am competing against my fellow Crew Mates for the best post. However, participation was voluntary, and I would NOT have participated if I didn't believe in and use the Planner myself.
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1 comment:

Nanette said...

Stopping by to say hi on my blog walk. Great review, I enjoyed reading it :-)

~ Nanette
Fellow TOS Crew member