Part of doing a six-week master plan escalated into organizing all the random files and folders and loose papers I had all over for our homeschool stuff. Not like the actual “schoolwork” part, but the admin stuff; attendance sheets, records, etc. So I piled up all the random papers, took some great information that I learned at the homeschool conference I recently went to, and compiled this beautifully organized book that I like to call The Homeschool Master Binder–with printed tabs and everything, no less.
Note: this is not my regular lesson planner. I use a lesson planner that I designed and now sell. The Master Homeschool Binder is for administration papers and for things to keep coming back to year after year, but not a daily used item. It’s to keep important things neat and tidy for when I need them.
Check out my homeschool lesson planner HERE.
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How to create a master homeschool binder
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