This is a great planner to get your whole year planned out. From lesson plans to menu plans and grocery list.

Overview
Organize your busy days all in one place with this beautifully-designed planner. The Well-Planned Day is a family homeschool organizer, designed especially for moms. This effective, yet easy-to-use format will ensure that each day at your home is smooth and profitable.

Details

  • Spiral Bound with Three Hole Drilled to Fit into Binders
  • Over 230 Full Color Pages
  • Full Year Planner: July 2012 – June 2013
  • Home Management with weekly cleaning schedule, monthly projects, greeting card registry, and monthly budgeting.
  • Holiday Organization Section: Greeting card registry, activities and event schedules, gift giving, around town shopping, and internet shopping.
  • Organize and plan for up to 4 children in one convenient book.
  • Four Student Class Plans: Schedule each student’s class assignments.
  • Four Student Time Schedules: Track each day by the hour.
  • Weekly Schedule: Organize your week with class assignments, weekly priorities, prayer requests, dinner menu, and notes.
  • Month at a Glance: Plan field trips, enrichment activities and books to read
  • Semester Attendance & Progress Reports
  • Perforated Report Cards
  • Menu Planning: Plan weekly meals and conveniently shop with perforated shopping lists.
  • Family Worship: Read through the Bible in a year.
  • Insightful homeschool articles and tips to inspire you throughout the year.
  • and much more….

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166 thoughts to “Mother’s Day Tea Giveawa #3 Well Planned Day Planner

  • Rachel

    My husband’s irregular work hours.

  • Martina

    Love this planner.

  • Juliie

    I’ve sort of given up on a detailed plan. I go with the loose plan of “what we’re basically doing now.” 🙂

  • Ms. Cox

    my work schedule varies

  • Paula Legg

    I have trouble creating and sticking to the plan.

  • Andrea Padgett

    I would say sticking to the plan once I have it laid out. I ALWAYS write in pencil so I can make changes!

  • Jenny

    Trying to decide what pace will be the right pace. If I schedule too much, we’ll be behind, not enough and we’ll be bored.

  • Sharon Normark

    Biggest Challenge: Setting aside a good chunk of time to focus on the planning of the schedule.

  • Mayra

    Sticking to my schedule is always the hardest part of homeschooling.

  • Heather Cook

    Working around my husbands work schedule.

  • Kim Cree

    My biggest challenge is staying on schedule.

  • HillaryM

    Coming up with a schedule we will actually stick to.

  • Tessa Smith

    Trying to plan the curriculum for 4 different age groups as a first time homeschooling mom.

  • Gretta

    Making sure we have fun while sticking to our schedule!

  • Desiree

    Knowing how much of the curriculum is too much and being ok with skipping what isn’t needed.

  • Rebecca

    My biggest challenge is fitting in everything we need to do around my kids’ therapy appointments. Meal planning is a big one.

  • Carrie L

    being realistic about what I can and will accomplish

  • Amanda

    Making sure we keep the fun in our school;);)

  • Sarah Bailey

    staying on track so that we finish in a timely manner.

  • julie kelley

    Keeping all the things scheduled. From school work to helping with my mother in law.

  • Carisue

    Making time to be sure I write out my schedule. I am trying this year not to be so unorganized and write and stick to the general plan for the day.

  • Daniele

    sticking to a plan so we could accomplish something.

  • Yavonn

    Getting planned for 5 boys of various ages and fitting in “outside” activities.

  • Sarah Avila

    Coordinating everyone’s schedules

  • Jennifer Allen

    Finding the time to sit down and make the plans up ahead of time.

  • Shannon Thompson

    Having a plan but being flexible.

  • BlessedCP

    I have had my eye on these planners, but have never seen one in person. They look amazing!
    My biggest challenge is following through and not getting bent when I don;t get done what I planned.

  • Crystal

    Just sitting down and taking the time to do it.

  • heather ellis

    My biggest challenge is working with my older children ( in 1st and 2nd grade) while entertaining and caring for the younger children, and feeling like I cannot be enough for everyone at the same time.

  • Marla

    deciding the order/content of our day i.e. what subject to cover when- and sticking to it!

  • Lisa Knight

    Being okay with “it” not being perfect. I put off History for a time because I ran out of notebook pages, and then it finally dawned on me that I could create my own – and it was enough. (Oh brother!)

  • Teri Knight

    my biggest challenge seems to be getting it all done daily. With 6 children…all on different levels…one is special needs, one is a toddler….but at the end of the day I am blessed no matter how much got finished.

  • lillian settle

    Staying on schedule and avoidig unecessary clutter.

  • judi

    Making a plan that doesn’t have to be completely re-worked if something changes.

  • Juie

    Being flexible, yet keeping a regular schedule to some extent…

  • cora

    Finances – can’t afford everything I desire!

  • Becky Boles

    Just starting out, so finding a curriculum!

  • missy

    working a schedule that involves a toddler!

  • Kylee

    Scheduling in some “fun” stuff – or to say it another way, adding variety! 🙂

  • Cheryl Baranski

    Trying to decide which child to focus more on. I have one in 5th and one in 1st. Who do I focus on more?

  • Kelli A.

    Finding the right curricula.

  • Fullnest

    My biggest challenge is getting everything planned & then remembering what we did when it comes time to report.

  • Lisa W.

    follow through… 😛

  • Jenn

    Just being busy & having a large family

  • Allison

    finding a planner that will accomodate everything I want to put in it and that allows me to schedule 12 months

  • kathy balman

    sticking to the plan

  • Kimberly

    Keeping to a regular schedule every week!

  • Margarete

    This is something I really need. I need stay on a schedule.

  • Lori Vissers

    What is your biggest challenge when planning your homeschool? Getting all that I want to teach in during the day.

  • Amanda Day

    Finding a schedule that we can actually works and we can stick to.

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