Scheds

Please note, I added 2 pages to keep this one from becoming “gi-nor-mous”.  Now you can go under “English & History (related)”, or “Math & Science”.  Extra schedules may wind up here in the future. . .

And this page is STILL BEING FIXED. . .

I am a scheduler, what can I say?  If I don’t have a schedule, things simply don’t get done.  There are honestly days where I even write out simple automatic things like “brush your teeth”.

I like crossing things off too. . .like, “brush your teeth“.  I admit to being a bit fanatical that way.  It’s a charming quirk; I’m not so sure Jay appreciates fully.

  • I am placing the schedules in Word format, so the receiver can mess with edit them at their leisure (make it work best for your family).  They will be placed according to “subject”.
  • Generally, I have a schedule for each book (works well for math, science, and grammar that way as a rule, not so hot with history).  Then, I place each individual schedule into a master schedule (all subjects on a weekly sheet).

Sample completed weekly schedule 

I do have oodles of completed schedules, just not oodles of times to place them; so, please be patient.  Oh, and while I do try my best to edit them (spelling, etc.) there may be some mistakes which I hope you can forgive.

EXTRA HELPI realize that some may like the content of my schedules and/or the formatting; but especially don’t appreciate the “timeline” of them.  (For instance, many people only do science 2-3 times per week whereas we do it 5 times per week.)

Thank goodness for copy and paste!

For your convenience, I’m enclosing a blank schedule and you can feel free to copy and paste to your heart’s content!

Blank Schedule  

Master Schedule (a number of subjects)

Need to schedule the members of your family for daily life?  So they know when you are available to them, or how the flow of their day should work?

Here’s a sample of that:

Daily Schedule

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23 comments on “Scheds

  1. […] lesson plans I pulled a Word template for creating a lesson plan per subject from another blog. And it is a great format. She also had a great one already done for the Apologia General Science […]

  2. Trish says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!! You’re schedules are just what I was looking for. I had actually resigned myself to the fact that I had to make them from scratch and being a VERY unsavvy computer person, this would be near to impossible. So thank you SO much!
    Trish

  3. KD says:

    I like your schedule for Am. History. I have a few questions about it.

    You have “Quiz __/15” on a number of weeks. Do you make your own quizzes? Also, it looks like you simply have the guys read the books. Do you have them doing any extra projects?

    I am a big fan of reading and discussing without all the extras like projects and such. Just looking for your opinion.

    Thanks

  4. […] pulled a Word template for creating a lesson plan per subject from another blog. And it is a great format. She also had a great one already done for the Apologia General Science […]

  5. Susan says:

    Okay, so I’m wondering. . .were we separated at birth???? :oP Not only do we think exactly alike when it comes to scheduling but your daily schedule is almost the spitting image of the one I made up for my boys a few years ago when I couldn’t find a pre-made one that worked for me. Looking at your sample was kinda eerie. . .maybe it’s just that great minds think alike? : )

    Sue in NH

  6. Wendy says:

    This is great! Wish I’d found it sooner:) Do you happen to have the schedules for the other 2 books in the AIG God’s Design for Life (Animals and Human Body)? I would love to check them out. We are also trying to do this in a co-op setting—have you ever done that? Thanks!

    • corefoundations says:

      Sorry, I have not used AIG (it was a schedule offered by another). Don’t have anything to say regarding using it in a co-op setting either.

      • Wendy says:

        Oh, okay–thanks for posting what you have:) I was wondering if you have a way I can link through to contact her? Her schedule for the first book is just what we needed, and we plan to do the next two books. It took me 6 hours with a friend to plan one book, and we came up with nadda compared to Michelle’s schedule. thanks.

  7. Mrs. Hearts says:

    Christine,
    Thanks so much for the Master IG schedule. I have linked to it in a post on my blog because I love it so much! Thank you! Mrs. Hearts

    http://heartsforhomeschooling.blogspot.com/2011/05/trisms-history-makers-schedule-like.html

  8. tuzor says:

    I am having a hard time editing the cells. Can you help me. I want to make some larger and some smaller one time frame is stuck and I can’t change it.

  9. tuzor says:

    Nevermind I figured it out.

  10. blessed4real says:

    Thank you so much for your schedules. This was truly a prayer answered!

  11. Connie M says:

    THESE ARE THE BEST SCHEDULES ONLINE! I have been using and re-doing these wonderful schedules for several years now. I’m still using them and still love the format! It’s actually difficult to read any other schedule format now. LOL Our family is so appreciative of everyone’s work on these schedules. Thank you and God bless your home educating!

  12. Nadine says:

    I just completed updatIng the Teaching Textbooks Algebra 2 schedule with the new 2.0 Edition. Am I allowed to share this with anyone?

  13. Connie says:

    Please leave the older schedules listed though, because not everyone is changing to the 2.0 edition. Personally, I like the editions where I have to do the grading. It helps me know where my child is in his understanding. Needless to say, we will still be using all the older schedules. Thanks for posting all of the awesome schedules to help us!

    • corefoundations says:

      I always leave the older schedules up! As one who doesn’t want to buy new books for my younger kids; I truly appreciate “older” schedules as well as the new ones.

  14. Misty says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank! This was just what I was looking for!!!

  15. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for this. Looks to be very helpful for us overwhelmed schedule-impaired moms who know they need it but can’t find the brain-power to create it! 🙂

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