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What will you find in Household Management Notebook?
This notebook contains 10 beautifully designed sheets that will help you to manage your home efficiently.
- THE COVER PAGE
This pretty little cover sheet can be placed on the front of your binder. I use a binder with a clear front pocket, but you can also laminate and tape or glue the cover to a binder without a pocket.
- THE DAILY ROUTINE
This daily routine is split into three sections…morning, afternoon, and evening.
- THE WEEKLY CHORE LIST: BLANK & PRE-FILLEDIt is so easy to forget about the chores that are not completed every day and when we do remember we feel like we just do not have time to do them. That is where this list comes in. There is a section to write specific chores for each day of the week. For example, on Monday I clean out my car as well as the oven and microwave. Tuesdays are for weeding the garden and cleaning the garage, porch, and patio. This really helps me to keep the bigger tasks in check. You can even give the kids their own customized chore charts!This pack includes a blank Weekly Chore list that you can fill in with your own chores and tasks as well as a Weekly Chore list that is already pre-filled with tasks. Choose which one works best for you!
- THE MONTHLY DEEP CLEANING LIST: BLANK & PRE-FILLEDI said that it was easy to forget about the chores that aren’t completed on a daily basis, so how much more difficult is it to remember the ones that are only completed monthly or even yearly?? You guessed it, I have a list for that.This pack included 2 Monthly Deep Cleaning Lists… One is blank for you to fill in with your own monthly chores and tasks and another that is already pre-filled with tasks. Choose which list works best for you!
- THE GROCERY LIST
The grocery list is variable list (the items on the list change frequently). I laminate it and use a dry erase marker so I don’t have to reprint it each time I grocery shop. This list, as well as my weekly Meal Plan and Prep, are kept on a cork board in my kitchen instead of in the 3-ring binder with the others. I jot down food or household items that I am running low on throughout each week so when grocery shopping day rolls around my list is ready to go. This list can be found within the Household Management Notebook and by itself in the FREE Member Resource Library.
- THE DAILY TO-DO LIST
You have certain things that you have to accomplish each day and you probably have a running list of those tasks in your mind. I promise you that you could complete these things in a much more effective (time and money saving) manner if you had them written out on a pretty piece of paper that is made specifically to hold those tasks for you.
- THE PROJECT LIST
I like to keep a running list of homestead projects, home repairs, homeschool project ideas, etc. I don’t want these items cluttering up my Daily list when I know they won’t be completed for another month or more so they are kept on a separate list.
- THE WEEKLY MEAL PLAN
Since I go grocery shopping each weekend (my husband has actually taken on this task now), I try to plan meals for the next week by Friday. This list allows me to plan breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks for each day of the week. I write my meals down in the boxes and tack the sheet onto my cork board for easy access.
What will you find in the All-In-One Homeschool Planner?
The All-In-One Homeschool Planner includes 14 pages to help you simply and efficiently plan & track your homeschool year! Everything from your curriculum choices to weekly lesson plans to doctor visits and community service hours are covered in this planner!
- HOMESCHOOL PLANNER COVER PAGE
This cover sheet goes on the front of my homeschool binder. I use a binder with a clear front pocket, but if you have one without this pocket you can tape the laminated cover to the front.
- SEMESTER LEARNING PLAN
The Learning Plan has columns for each subject, the title of the curriculum used, and the total number of lessons within the course. I like to divide the number of lessons by the number of days that we plan to study each subject to be sure that we will be able to complete the course within our school year.
- HOMESCHOOL GOAL SHEET
Each month I set new goals for our homeschool on the Monthly Goals sheet. These goals could be academic (i.e. Child’s name should read # of books per month) or mental and emotional (i.e. Show more patience and grace when teaching math).
- STUDENT ATTENDANCE
I keep an attendance log for each day that we do school work, go on field trips, or do community service work. This page has numbers 1-31 with a star beside each number. Check, cross-out, or fill in the stars next to the dates that you “did school” You can print one for each month or print one and laminate it to reuse for each month. I print a new one for each month so that I can keep them for my records.
- WEEKLY LESSON PLAN
The Weekly Lesson Plan sheet is where I write down what we plan to accomplish on each day for each subject. As we finish a lesson, I check it or mark it off of the sheet so I have a visual of where we are for the day and for the week.
- READING LOG
We are working hard to increase the number of books we read in our household. To help with this, I keep up with each completed book in this reading log (one per reading-aged child). When it is filled up, the kids get a special treat to celebrate!
- COMMUNITY SERVICE LOG
The Community Service Log Sheet contains all volunteer work completed by the school age kiddos. This is helpful if you have a community service requirement or if you just want to keep track for your older children’s resumes.
- FIELD TRIP & VACATION LOGS
Anytime we go on a field trip, vacation, or complete community service work I write down the date, where we went, what we did, and what the educational purpose was for our records.
- EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Sometimes I feel a little overwhelmed by our extracurricular activities so I created a form to help me keep track. Soccer, Piano, Baseball, 4-H, Trail Life, etc. We only do one extracurricular activity per child per season right now, but we still have a lot going on with three kiddos involved so this sheet is definitely a sanity saver.
- DOCTOR VISIT RECORDS
Our family doesn’t visit the doctor often, but when we do I forget which kid had what within three months. The doctor visit form helps me to keep track of any illnesses and medications that my kids have throughout the year without having to keep a mental file.
- SAFETY DRILLS LOG
It is ALWAYS a great idea to practice safety drills (fire, tornado, earthquake, etc) with your kids. I use the Safety Lessons and Drills Form so I can easily see when we are due for a refresher.