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Saturday, July 6, 2013

Schoolhouse Planners Giveaway

SchoolhouseTeachers.com has 5 Planners to choose from and ONE winner will receive the “BIG MAMA” planner, and their choice of one of the other 4 planners (all listed and summarized below).

Here's a brief glimpse into what you'll find in these 5 Planners: 

"Big Mama" of all of the Planners ($39) is more than 800 pages of: 

  • Helpful articles written by homeschooling experts like Kim Kautzer, Dr. Mary Hood, and Cindy Wiggers, as well as homeschooling parents just like you.
  • Interactive calendars, planning pages, field trip logs, and transcripts.
  • Must-have lists, including books of the Bible, grammar and spelling rules, a periodic table of the elements, U.S. Presidents and more!
  • Helpful household forms such as chore charts, grocery lists, and meal-planning charts.

Primary Schoolhouse Planner ($9.95)

  • Engaging articles written just for primary students.
  • Information lists such as Caldecott and Newbery award winners, grammar rules, story starters, math tables, and animal classification chart.
  • Calendars, planning pages, field trip report sheets, book and video logs, chore charts and a Bible reading schedule.
  • Recipes for delicious dishes they can make themselves.

Intermediate Schoolhouse Planner ($19)

  • Interesting articles written just for them.
  • Planning sheets and calendars
  • Forms for writing goals, course objectives, and book reports.
  • A kid’s financial record, Bible reading schedules, and an address book.

High School Schoolhouse Planner ($29)

  • Encouraging articles for him written by homeschool graduates, as well as expertly written articles to help with study skills, college planning, and creating a high school course.
  • Calendar and planning pages, record-keeping forms, transcripts, and forms for goal planning and objectives.
  • A guide for planning a high school course of study.
  • A college checklist, forms for tracking scholarship information, and for exploring career ideas.
  • Logs for tracking community service, discipleship, bible memorization, and independent study.

Special Learners Schoolhouse Planner ($29)

  • Helpful articles written by special needs experts like Carol Barnier, Cynthia Ulrich Tobias, and Melinda Boring, as well as homeschooling mothers of special learners.
  • Interactive calendars, planning pages, and household organization charts.
  • Homeschool Individualized IEP, medical and therapy forms, and weekly food and behavior diaries.
  • Task analysis cards to help teach life skills.

These planners are available for FREE to members of the SchoolhouseTeachers.com website.  (See my review HERE).

Try your first month’s subscription with SchoolhouseTeachers.com for just $3! After that, just $12.95 per month is all you pay for the ease of choosing the ready-to-go, unlimited ”classes” and lesson plans made convenient for your family’s homeschool day. Or, take 10 percent off and buy an entire year for $139! Price includes all available teacher interaction and lessons, hundreds of e-books, our Schoolhouse Planners, and other downloadable teaching and learning products. Remember, you don’t need a membership for each child; one membership serves your entire family!

Membership also includes other Member ONLY discounts and FREEBIES (in addition to the Planners!)

You may also purchase the planners at the cost indicated in their descriptions.

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16 comments:

  1. In the past I have printed off large calender pages and wrote out our goals for that month at the beginning of each week. Near the end of that month I evaluate how well we have done and plan out the following month.

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  2. We are new to homeschooling and are on a tight budget. Looking forward to the school year and hope I win the Big Mama prize :)

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  3. We are new to homeschool and are on a tight budget. Hope I win the Big Mama prize :)

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  4. I sit down with my Instructor's Guides and a calendar. First I mark off days or weeks that I know we will take off (Holiday's, vacation, etc.) and then I fill in, week by week, what we will be doing. I usually do 6 months at a time and the hardest part is sticking to it. =)

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  5. I don't see an extra info box so I will post here: I shared giveaway via facebook. https://www.facebook.com/megnchrisv?hc_location=stream

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  6. These planners look great! I've been looking for a way to get organized for next school year.

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  7. I am breaking down each of my subjects into individual lessons. When I get a planner (that I am hoping to win) I will transfer everything into it.

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  8. This is actually a good question. I am trying to get some kind of organization myself. I look forward to the answers. As of right now, I use 3-story bins.

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  9. I am new to homeschooling so I am not sure how to organize yet.

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  10. i have a calendar and i mark each week with a note about what we are learning that week. for each day i break it down what activity we are doing. i use my IG for my sonlight curriculum and MWF we do math. its all written in a notebook right and on my calendar.

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  11. I have just a simple planner but id love a more creative and elaborate planner!

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  12. Right now I am organizing my making a binder and finding various forms to put in it. This planner would be super helpful!

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  13. I guess my last comment didn't get posted. so I'll do another one just in case. I am new to homeschooling, so my plans are going on a regular calendar and a notebook. I'd love something more detailed

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  14. I guess my last comment didn't get posted. so I'll do another one just in case. I am new to homeschooling, so my plans are going on a regular calendar and a notebook. I'd love something more detailed

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  15. I haven't found a good organizational system yet. Usually, my plans for each week are scrawled across a blank page. ~Colleen

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  16. I'm just starting out so I have no formal plan. I am thinking about using an excel spreadsheet and maybe do an outline of what we are going to cover that week. I am excited to learn more and see how others plan.

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