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Last week on my YouTube channel, I posted a flip through video of the homeschool planner I used last year. As promised, I’m back now with a new video showing a flip through of my DIY Homeschool Planner for this school year.

Because the travelers notebook system I used last year worked really well for me, I’m using a similar system this year. However, I’m using a different cover, my pocket wide Foxy Fix Sugar Mochi travelers notebook. I also did some tweaks to improve on some things inside the planner.

It is my hope that this video will help newbie homeschool moms in setting up their own homeschool planners. I remember three years ago when were just starting out with our homeschool journey, I searched for a ready-made homeschool planner that is available locally but I didn’t find any. That’s how I came to decide to make my own instead.

Feel free to get some inspiration from my set up. Take note though that I set this up specifically for our needs so some of the ideas here might not work for you. But the beauty about making a DIY homeschool planner is the ability to include anything and everything that you will need. So, have fun with it!

Hope you enjoy the video (see below)! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. Also, I’d appreciate it if you can give the video a LIKE. Subscribe to my channel too, if you wish. I would definitely appreciate it.

Happy homeschool planning!

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  1. Ang tiyaga mo talaga magdesign ng planner mo. I also have a notebook for my son’s lessons pero simple lang, minimalist style yata ang peg ko. hehehe! My son is also reading my notes, baka di basahin kung pang girl ang design ko. πŸ™‚

  2. Ganda! πŸ™‚ There really should be some kind of a system noh pag homeschooling? This is a great way to do it. And it looks so fancy! πŸ˜€

  3. Wow, I admire how creative and meticulous you are at this type of projects ~ and the end result is soo pretty too. Unfortunately I don’t think I have either the skills or patience to create one. I would probably end buying the first planner I see on the shelf. Customized and personalized planners though are ideal as they fit all your requirements.

  4. So timely! We are starting to homeschool our firstborn, wala pa kaming nauumpisahan aside from studying the curriculum sa DepEd website. Watched the video. Thank you!

  5. I am trooping down to the bookstore to get myself calendars for all the different happenings for me – for work and for family.. I’ve settled on my phone calendar at the moment and my mini Starbucks planner for this year. But I have to be honest, I barely check it. I do jot down our crazy schedule there and when I have to check on what events we have for certain dates, I go look at them.

    As for homeschool, the kids’ homeschool system comes with a goal chart which works just fine for us for now since they are the ones who set their goals for the day.

  6. I hope I am as artsy as you, Mommy Janice. This TN is what I wanted to have next for 2019 maybe. Your planner is so intimidating. πŸ˜€

  7. Your planners are really cute! I wish I had more time to just sit down and write stuff. πŸ™‚ I also checked your youtube channel. And wow! You got 300+ subs and this video only has 200+ views already. πŸ™‚ Great!

  8. […] the challenge this year, I was using a pocket size travelers notebook as my Homeschool Planner and a B6 size travelers notebook as my main planner. I’m very happy with my homeschool […]

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