Homeschool Planning the Peaceful Way
Long ago I requested feedback for a planner cover, and now can show you some finished planners. The Peaceful Planning System is a unique, small-booklet based system that is quick and easy to use, portable enough for military or missionary families, and flexible enough for any style of schooling, from Charlotte Mason to traditional textbooks. The small size of recordkeeping spaces helps to remind you that recordkeeping can be simple—you don’t need to write a book!
Peaceful Planning helps you focus on things that matter.
Many years of homeschooling taught me that planning and record-keeping tools had to be simple and streamlined, and preferably, easy to carry. The Peaceful Planning system closely resembles the simple records I created when we were homeschooling, except that the original versions were hand drawn in a notebook. I hope you’ll find these little booklets a helpful tool for peaceful planning.
So far, the available planners include:
- 12-Year Planner booklet (Need only one.)
- K-8 Student Record (One for each student.)
- High School Student Record (One for each student.)
- Lifetime Reading List (As desired.)
The Peaceful Planning System also uses:
1 expandable pocket folder (2” size works well)
1 large 3-ring binder with tabs (the 12-year cumulative record)
1” binder (for your yearly paperwork)
Calendar or personal planner
You can read an overview of how it works and how to use each piece at The Peaceful Planning System at Everyday-Education.com.