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Do you long for a little bit more organization in your house?
Do your homschooling efforts need a little more direction?
Does the thought of a new day planner have you dreaming of goals to set and a life full of rewarding opportunities?
Well, look no further than the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner sold by The Old Schoolhouse.
Within the large pdf file, you will find over 120 forms you can use to organize your homeschool, your household, and other aspects of your life.
Unlike pre-printed planners that define what pages you get to use, the 2010 Schoolhouse planner puts YOU in charge of compiling your planner.
Love to change things mid-year?
….print and put the pages in a 3 ring binder!
Love a pretty book format for a planner?
…use a pro-click binder or take it to your friendly office supply store to bind it for you!
Either way, YOU get to pick which pages to use and what order they’ll appear. With the ability to type in before you print, your pages will have a polished look. And, the forms are not limited to parental use. You can create customized planners for the kids as well!
Now, some of you may be thinking…."$39 for a customizable planner sounds okay, but couldn’t I find something similar online for less?”
As a budget conscious mother, I’d be inclined to think that way as well. So, I’ll share with you that the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner goes beyond those planning sheets and includes recipes, mini-articles, and great resource lists.
This year, they’ve added gluten and dairy free recipes to the mix as well as the typical family favorite recipes they’ve included in past editions for a total of seven per month. Each month has 2 mini-articles by familiar names (such as Jeannie Fulbright and Maggie Hogan) and other homeschooling parents willing to share from their own experience.
Wondering if the forms included are ones that you really would use? I know there have been a few purchases in the past when I had buyer’s remorse or found it just wasn’t all it was advertised to be. There’s nothing like spending money on something that then sits unused.
Well, The Old Schoolhouse store has you covered there, too. ALL e-books, including the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner, come with a 7 day, 100% money back guarantee. You get links to the ebooks for downloading right after purchase and can quickly evaluate the purchase for yourself.
Ready to take the leap and use the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner to bring some order into your life? Who knows what blessings you may receive when you’ve freed up time by getting your homeschool and household in order!
Disclaimer ~ This post was written to advertise the 2010 Schoolhouse Planner and has our family eligible to win a prize. The Planner was provided to us at no charge for the purpose of writing this advertisement post. No other compensation has been provided. Also, our family is an affiliate with The Old Schoolhouse and purchases made through links on this blog may credit us a small amount.