It’s not secret that I love planners. I think they are the number one way to get organized in most every aspect of life. Homeschooling is one of those aspects and we recently got to checkout the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Planner for 2019/20 Year from The Old Schoolhouse®
If you’re looking for a good planner to organize all your homeschool organizing details and offer some mama encouragement in the form of a just for moms devotional written by Gena Suarez, read on to see if the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Planner will work in your homeschool.
About the Hey Mama Homeschool Planner
The Hey, Mama! Homeschool Planner covers the 2019/20 Year and is published by The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine . This is a physical planner which is encased in a pretty soft cover. The planner is spiral bound which makes it easy to flip open to the page you need and is a full 8 1/2 X 11 inch size so you don’t have to write too teeny to get all your notes in. There are 189 pages of forms and devotional sections in this planner. And here they are listed in order.
- Page with tips on Creating an Academic Transcript with included form
- Year at a glance for 2019, 2020, and 2021
- Notes page for each month
- 2 Page Per month starting in July 1019 and ending June 2020
- Preceding each month is devotional just for the Homeschooling mom
- Blank Weekly pages for up to 5 Children (after four Blank Weekly Pages includes a Devotional and Notes page. There are 12 sets of these).
- Individual Student Planning sections for up to 5 children
- Child Notes Page
- Customized Curriculum Planning page
- Attendance Sheet
- Books Read List
- Yearly Goals
- Semester Goals for First and Second Semester
Special Features I liked in the Hey Mama! Homeschool Planner
The Hey, Mama! Homeschool Planner has a very pretty floral water color cover (no notes on who may have painted it). The first section, Creating an Academic Transcript, is right up this mama’s path. My daughter will start her High School year in the fall so I read through this section to pick up some tips for keeping track of her courses and community activities.
I feel like my daughter’s high school years snuck up on me. A few years ago the thought crossed my mind that she wasn’t doing much outside of school besides field trips and some sports and what could she do for community service. But as the years have gone by she’s beautifully come into her own and it’s so helpful to have some ideas on what I need to keep track of and how.
How am I going to Use the Hey Mama! Homeschool Planner
SO forgive me but I haven’t written in the planner yet. I take planners seriously and we are still in the 2018 to 2019 Homeschool year. This planner is for thr 2019- 2020 year and I don’t want to muck up all those beautiful planning pages for the time is right.
By the way you should note that the Old Schoolhouse has sold out of close to 98% of their print run for this planner and after that, they don’t plan to print more until next year.
Where you can Connect with The Old Schoolhouse Magazine
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Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.