8th Grade Homeschooling Lesson Planner

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A couple of months ago I did an overview of the lesson planner that I am using this year, click here to check that out if you missed it. Today, I am showing you how I used the planner for our 8th grade school year.

I used the monthly overview to mark down holidays, field trips, and important days like when report cards are handed out. In the notes section, I left it blank so I can add in any notes throughout the school year relating to either school supplies needed or any other important information.

At the end of the monthly overview, I decided to add in our lesson plans for physical education and homework since I needed the actual lesson plan pages to be used for all of our main subjects this year. I simply dated the lines and added in the plans for each day.

My lesson plans are broken down by subjects in the order in which we do them. The subjects for this year are language arts, social studies, math, Spanish, science, reading, and art. Our school day typically lasts 4 hours and we simply dedicate the time to each subject as needed which is any where from 30 minutes to an hour depending on the work for that day. We have days where our school days run longer but will make room for a lunch break if needed.

I used the back pocket for extra pamphlets that I have, I mainly used it for our Spanish dictionary and flash cards.

My overall review and opinion on this planner is that it is extremely high quality when it comes to the paper and structure. The only thing I wish that it had was more subject boxes for the weekly lesson plan section. While I understand the limitations based on paper size, I do think it would be nice to be able to customize how many boxes you need. I will definitely be purchasing another one for next year!

In the comments down below, let me know what planner you use for lesson planning.

As always any requests, comments, or questions are greatly appreciated. Talk to you soon!

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