Student Planners ~ How We Use Them

When it comes to homeschooling, I am striving to teach my children to be independent learners. To do this, I felt a need to give my kids something to help them learn how to take their learning into their own hands. I came up with these simple planners that allow my kids to take their learning into their own hands without too much confusion.

As my children get older, I want to have them get used to planning their days on their own. If they know what needs to be done each day, they can get to doing what needs to be done. That is why I created a student planner for my kids.

Cactus Student Planner

Ray Ray is in love with the cactus plant. I felt that if I could make a planner that he would enjoy looking at, he may want to actually use it. That is why I made the Cactus Student Planner. This planner comes with a weekly schedule and a monthly calendar. Neither of these are dated, so one purchase means you can use it over and over again as long as you want. Print as many copies of each of these as you need and make a planner for your cactus loving child. You can grab this planner for FREE right here:

Flower Student Planner

Since I know that Little Miss wants to have everything like Ray Ray, I made the Flower Student Planner for her and anyone else who wants to use it. Like the cactus planner, this planner set has a weekly sheet for the weekly lessons that need to be completed. Instead of a regular monthly planner, this has a Monday -Friday monthly planner. For Little Miss, I am not worried about finishing stuff on the weekend, so I skipped those days. This planner is also FREE, so grab your copy here:


If you are looking for a student planner to help your child take control of their homeschool lessons each week, check out these two planners!