Monday, July 1, 2013

Old Schoolhouse Planner Giveaway - A Planning Page For Everyone!

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Are you busy planning for your 2013-2014 school year yet? Need planners that are versatile, inexpensive and easy to use? Then look no further check out the Schoolhouse Teachers planners.

I mentioned these awesome planners last Fall in my Schoolhouse Teachers Review (there's a photo too of how I set up our family/homeschool planner).

Here is a little snip-it from my post:
The first thing I checked out was the AMAZING Planners. The planners alone make a Schoolhouse Teachers membership worth while. There are 5 different planners filled with hundreds of pages of helps, planning, lessons, tips, articles, and much more!
  1. Schoolhouse Planner - The Big Mama (Over 800 pages of unique forms)
  2. Primary Planner 
  3. Intermediate Planner 
  4. High School Planner  and 
  5. Special Needs Planner
If you are a member (ONLY $12.95 per month FIRST month only $3) you will receive all five Schoolhouse Planners FREE as part of the membership fee (you gain access immediately to the planners). Or you can purchase just the planners you wish ($9.95-$39.00).

Now I must tell you that every homeschool planner I have attempted to utilize (about 4 of them) I only used for a couple of months and then stopped. Because of our relaxed homeschool approach and on the go family lifestyle I actually do very little planning (meals, homeschool, chores) for our family. We pretty much wing it everyday. So many of the homeschool planners available just have way too many things I do not need and lack the simple things I do. HOWEVER I will tell you that when I received access to these awesome planners (a perk of being a TOS Crew Reviewer) I fell in love. There are so many different pages and there is literally something for everyone. Yup even me! I found several pages that provided exactly what I needed. My favorite sheet is the very simple 180 day attendance record sheet. I was able to utilize just the planning sheets that pertained to my family's specific needs and make a customized, Wyning Academy Binder.

More about each planner:
The Schoolhouse Planner aka "Big Mamma" has over 800 forms to assist you with organizing your home and homeschool. There are even helpful articles. There are loads of calendars, menu planners, chore charts, field trip planners and more. There is virtually something for every family both large and small. And the BEST part is you can print the ones you want to make your customized family planner!

Want to get your children involved with planning? Want to help them get more organized, gain independence and manage their time better? Then you MUST check out the Primary, Intermediate and High School Planners.

Each of these planners includes articles specially geared for each age level. Plus calendars, planning sheets, goal setting sheets, book logs and more.

And if you have a child with special needs the Old Schoolhouse has you covered there too with their Special Learners Planner. This planner has inspiration articles, task analysis cards, IEP forms, medical/therapy forms, food diaries, calendars, household organizational charts and more.

Now time for the giveaway:
The Old Schoolhouse has graciously offered to give away an 800 -page Schoolhouse Planner and your choice of one of the Student Planners (Primary, Middle School, High School, or Special Learners). Only the first entry is mandatory. Other entries are optional and give you extra chances. This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook in any way. The winners will be posted on the blog and will be emailed. Winners must reply within 48 hrs with their contact information or another winner will be chosen. the prize will be emailed to the winner via The Old Schoolhouse.

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Kelli Wilder said...

I use a mix of everything! ;)

Laurie said...

A combo of several put together in a 3 ring binder

Martie said... because I can print it or access it from my phone and look at what is planned for one person or everybody. For a print planner I really have liked Well Planned Day's On-The-Go planner because it fits in my purse and has room for what I need. Due to the curriculum we use, I also do very little actual school planning.

Tahina Quezada said...

I currently just use a red notebook I need a planner great giveaway

Kelsey said...

I usually make something up in Excel or Word for us to use, but I'd love to have it all done for me!

Tara said...

a word document that I make up

Jessica said...

I'm making my own planner from free priantables online!

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