Monday, August 16, 2010

TOS Homeschool Planner

If you’re looking for a great planner for your 2010 school year, look no further!

The Schoolhouse Planner has everything you need to plan, organize and maintain both your homeschool and your household!!

imageWhether your already an organized mama or working on becoming more organized this planner is for you!! With the ability to work with you and FOR you, at your level, The 2010 Schoolhouse Planner has something for everyone!

The planner which is 614 pages, yes, that’s right 614 pages, is an instant download, which offers you both convenience and efficiency, allowing you to print the pages you need, while leaving the ones you don’t need (even if it’s just until later). Making the planner even more personal is it’s fill-in the blank capabilities, which allows you the ability to customize your planner before  you print it.

image The planning forms alone make this planner worth every penny of the purchase price. But amazingly, that’s not all you get.  Some of my favorite things in the planner include:

  • Monthly Articles
  • Recipes (84 of them)
  • Yearly Dates to Remember Form
  • Preschool Planning Pages
  • Reading/Book List
  • Journaling Pages
  • Lapbooking and Unit Study Forms
  • Weekly Menu Planning Forms
  • Miscellaneous Education Information (probably my favorite section)
  • Household Planning Forms (anything you could think of)

And believe it or not, there’s MORE!!

image This is a great organizer, the most versatile organizer I’ve ever seen. If you’re like me and would like to take a peak at the planner before committing, you can see a 59 Page sample here.

OR

To purchase your very own copy of The Schoolhouse Planner for $39.00 visit This Old Schoolhouse Store

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary download of the planner to write a review as a sell sheet (I didn’t know what that meant, but basically my review is for the purpose of competing for a prize. So this would fall under the category of being more of an advertisement than an unbiased review.)

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