The Old Schoolhouse has done it again! Their brand-new, hot off the virtual presses 2010 Schoolhouse Planner is bigger and better than ever!
Packed with an impressive 600+ pages containing more than 120 fully-customizable forms, calendars and check lists, The 2010 Schoolhouse Planner boasts a cornucopia of organizational delights that are guaranteed to streamline every aspect of your homeschool and household!
Planning and Record-Keeping essentials such as:
- Lesson Planners: Choose daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and yes—even yearly!
- Report Cards and Transcripts
- Co-Op Sheets and Convention Planning Forms
- Extracurricular Activity, Scripture Memorization and Bible Study logs—even a selection of encouraging articles written by your favorite homeschooling authors—help maximize your efforts, reduce stress, and make 2010-11 your best school year ever!
As a special bonus, the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner also contains several, ultra-handy reference sheets on topics such as:
- U.S. Presidents
- Cloud Types
- Kitchen Measurement Conversion
- Famous Composers
- Historical and Biblical Timelines
- and more!
Now that your homeschool is in order, it’s time to whip your household into shape! And thanks to the handy Household Forms section, this task a breeze!
Key components such as:
- Scrumptious, easy-to-make recipes
- Monthly calendars
- Chore Charts for every member of your household, including non-readers!
- Vet Visit Logs
- Auto Information and Car Maintenance Records
- Garden Planning Check Lists
- Weight Loss Journal
- Gift Giving Idea Sheets
- Party Planning Check Lists and more, keep busy moms like you focused and on-track!
As you can see, The 2010 Schoolhouse Planner is the ultimate, two-in-one, sanity-saving, indispensible guide to homeschooling and home management success!
Don’t miss out! Click here to order your copy of The 2010 Schoolhouse Planner today for only $39.00!
**Disclosure: This post is a sell-sheet/ad for The 2010 Schoolhouse Planner. As a member of the TOS Homeschool Crew, I created the above ad as my official entry in the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner Ad contest.**