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The Homeschool Daily Planner for Unit Studies
Aaron Publishing / Other
$14.99 (CBD Price)
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Has David read that book on George Washington yet? What spelling words did Mary review last month? This convenient planner helps you prepare unit studies and provides a permanent record of your students' work. Includes forms for cataloging teacher resources, curriculums used, books read by each child, unit ideas, extracurricular activities---plus a generous supply of weekly lesson-plan sheets. Approx. 150 pages, spiralbound softcover from Aaron.
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Author: Ann Haney
Located in: Harrisburg, IL
Submitted: May 13, 2003
Tell us a little about yourself. I am a homeschooling mother of five children. I have been homeschooling for seven years. My husband and I reside in Illinois.
What was your motivation behind this project? This product was designed with the person who loves unit studies in mind. This planner is perfect for recording regular curriculum studies but also allows the teacher to record any units of study they do, keeping track of projects, books, videos, and so much more. It has a page for jotting down unit ideas that might want to be studied at a later date, and a page for summarizing the units that have been studied. The lesson plan pages are similar to the curriculm planner with one exception, they have a box for each day of the week where "work done together" can be listed. This eliminates the need to write down the same thing several times for each of the children. The planner is designed for multiple childen or multiple year use. This makes it much more economical and organized for the homeschooling teacher.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? I hope this planner will in some way help parents to expand out into acting on those teachable moments when their child takes an interest in a particular topic of study. If you do any unit studies at all this planner can serve your need in recording them, even if most of your studies revolve around curriculum.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? I depend on the direction of God for all of my homeschooling endeavors. He is so faithful in guiding me in just the perfect direction for each of my children
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: One of my hardest times when I began teaching was my need to be overly organized. I was permanently attatched to my plans and became overwhelmed quickly. In the front of each planner is a scripture, Proverbs 16:3, that God encouraged me with. It reminded me to make my plans but to submit them to Him so they would be successful. We must be willing to change our plans as the Lord directs if we are to experience success in teaching our children.
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