August 17, 2009
I’ve finally gotten a bit of time to re-create the planners in an editable format. They are Microsoft Publisher files and are very simple tables that will allow you to easily customize them to fit your needs. (These planners are now letter-sized to better fit into files, crates, and binders.)
Look over there in the green “Clippings” box in the sidebar on the right. The files are “WorkboxPlanner_Days1-5” and “WorkboxPlanner_MonFri”. Feel free to edit to your heart’s content.
I hope that these files help in a small way to plan a smoother, better, more peaceful year for you and your family.
Have a wonderfully blessed school year, everyone!
July 9, 2009
Instead of labeling days Monday through Friday, many prefer the labels of Day 1 through Day 5. I did a little tweaking and the new pdf is in the green CLIPPINGS box on the right if you’d like to use it. Look for “NumberDays” as the end of the file name.
July 8, 2009
After much struggle brainstorming to figure out how to get a whole week’s worth of lesson plans onto a single page Workbox-style, I stumbled onto a format that is easy on the eyes and super simple to use. Praise be to God for the inspiration!
This is a Legal-sized plan book, and although it’s a little bigger than I’m used to, I love the visual peace on the page.
- PDF file to print
- Legal size printing paper
- Binding (either supplies or a service)
- Cover material (either construction paper (cut and assembled) or Legal size cover stock)
The PDF for the file is right there in the Box.net widget in the right side scroll bar; feel free to use it to your heart’s content and share it with your friends if you find it helpful.
This plan book is blessedly simple. Here’s a look:
One week of Workboxing at your fingertips
I grouped the 12 boxes into three groups of four, which reflects how we break up our our school day; we’ll work through these from top left to bottom right, just like reading. There is plenty of room for family duties and fun. The Notes box is to record problems & tweaks to help for the next week. I have a global plan for the year, but plan in five 9-week quarters (we’re year ’rounders). You can click the images for a better look, just hit the back button to return to the post.
Cover (very, extremely homemade O: )
Blessings to you in your planning days!
ps–apologies for the dark pictures; hard disk error and not all of my software’s been re-installed. Soon, hopefully. : )