Free Printable Homeschool Schedules to Help You Stay Organized!

Looking to get more organized this year? Homeschool schedules can get pretty hectic especially if you are schooling multiple children. Staying organized is a key to your homeschool success.

Since I have been homeschooling for quite a few years, creating homeschool schedules that work with my family isn’t as difficult as it used to be.

The more you do anything, the better you get at it. Practice makes perfect, right? (Well, not really when it comes to homeschooling and raising kids, but you do become more experienced and make fewer mistakes!)

Every home educator's struggle.

Homeschool organization is something most of us struggle with. Keeping the household chores done, the family fed, finishing homeschool lessons, taking the kids to enrichment classes, staying organized and clutter-free – it’s hard to get everything done.

Staying clutter free is a topic for another day – I am not sure I have mastered that one yet! But I do well with keeping my kids on track and getting their school work done each day.

Remember your homeschool is a work in progress. When something isn’t working, don’t hesitate to try something new. Keep adjusting your schedule, until you find one that works well for you and your family.

Homeschool schedules should be flexible to meet your families needs.

This past year we welcomed our little baby boy into the world. We absolutely love him, but homeschooling with little ones takes some extra planning. Now that he is one, he's on the move and wreaking havoc on our homeschool schedule!

I can’t say we have found one that is working perfectly, or should I say well :) for us at this moment. We try hard to work together, to get our work done, and enjoy each day. A toddler's busyness will soon be over.

For now, when my little guy is up we try to keep him happy and our schooling moving along. My older children are great helpers when I need to focus my attention on another child.

They also know when naptime comes, we get busy!

Finding quiet uninterrupted time.

My older children also get up quite early in the morning to begin school before the younger ones wake up. Depending on what they want to accomplish, their day starts anywhere from 5:30 to 7:00am. We officially begin school at 7:00am, though.

Waking up early (and getting out of bed!) is a great way to get your day started and some needed tasks begun and even finished. You will be surprised what you can get accomplished in the uninterrupted and quiet hours of the morning!

To help with your homeschool organization and scheduling, I have created some printable homeschool schedules for you to use, to help keep you and your family on track during the day.

Feel free to print as many as you need for each of your students. Once you are done with completed schedules, hole punch them and keep them in a binder for your records.

Printable Weekly Schedule - Editable Word Document
Printable Five Day Schedule - Editable Excel File

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