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    Senior Member Enlightened Alaskamom's Avatar
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    Have any of you come across a planner that has room to make weekly schedules for multiple children?

    I'm teaching 3rd, 1st, and Pre-K this year and while I normally don't make out weekly schedules I thought it would help keep ME on track. LOL I can get a bit off the beaten path and we have A LOT of extra curricular stuff this year with all three of them so I thought keeping a weekly schedule would benifit all of us.

    So...do you know of one or know any sites I could check out?

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    I have been using skedtrack and it is working ok so far. Every Sunday I enter the plan for the week.
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    I was really wanting one that I could write in but I'll look into that. It just might work. Thanks Julie.

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    I am using the V-Planner from the Donna Young website (http://donnayoung.org). You could print this out if you wanted. It has room for 4 students.

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    im with hyppychick...i use donnayoung.org as well. There are many different types of planners. If I didn't have a planner I would get so lost! I like the one with the Froggies!
    Bobo 9 yrs old - marches to the beat of her own drum, driven, out going and loud, yet she loves nature
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    No sorry I haven't seen one where you can put MULTIPLE children on the same page. I have heard of some folks using a file folder system... like in their cabinet. rather than a planner. And then they sort of make their own.

    I also use skedtrack for two chldren at two different levels. But... I don't plan each week. I enter it all at one time. Skedtrack will reschedule automatically to the next school day for that course. NICE.. and the main reason why I am not going to change to anything else soon.
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    If you like a paper planner, maybe this?

    180 Page Undated Planner

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    DonnaYoung (Homeschool Planner - Lesson Plan Forms) has many different ones for those (me) who want to write on paper. I use the "Not Quite Basic Weekly Planner" on this page: Donna Young's Home School Weekly Lesson Planners

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    I'm just using 2 copies of the Donna Young 7-day (1 page) planner. I also use a blank calendar page for each month to sketch out what activities we're out of the house for, and then transfer that to each boy's 7-day planner sheets. It's only time-consuming once, and the process of writing and seeing it helps ME remember and wrap my brain around scheduling issues.

    But my guys are 2nd a pre-k, so not a whole lot of overlap...and I can see how you might pull your hair out at copying over a zillion things 3 times. Hopefully one of the other DY planners works out for you--I really like most of her formats.
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