I’m excited to formally introduce my new Printables Library! I’ve posted about it here and there on my Facebook and Instagram but I haven’t mentioned it in a blog post yet. I just LOVE making fun printables and I decided to make a special page where my subscribers can have access to all of them in one place instead of searching through individual posts.
Making printables is not only useful to me as a homeschool mom but it’s actually a big creative outlet for me. I enjoy making things that will help my kids learn and as a bonus It also relaxes me. Creating something useful and pretty is satisfying. I’d like to share my creations with you in hopes that they help your little ones grow and learn in a fun and special way too!
Right now I have a few favorites in my Printables Library and a few exciting new creations too! I plan to add new items as often as I can though so you’ll want to sign up now to get access to them right away.
Here’s what you’ll get when you sign up.
1. The password to the Printables Library will be sent to your email. Be sure to check your spam folder and add Arrows & Applesauce to your contacts list so you don’t miss any notifications when new printables are added.
2. All current and future printables in the library are FREE. You can download and print any and all pages as many times as you’d like. I just ask that you don’t edit or resell them. These activities are free and I’d like them to stay that way. Thank you!
3. You’ll receive email notifications of future blog posts. I post about once or twice a week and future emails will notify you of new printables so you don’t want to miss it! Our newsletter is sent out every Thursday. I promise I will never send you mass quantities of unwanted emails and I will never give your email address to anyone else. Ever.
Over the next few posts I’ll feature a few of my newer printables. Since the new year will be starting in a few days, for this post I thought I’d share a helpful tool to get organized with your little ones. Check out my new Homeschool Planner!
There are five pages to the planner.
Each one can be printed and filled out based on your homeschool schedule and needs. I know a lot of homeschool families don’t follow the traditional school year so the monthly and weekly planner pages can be filled out accordingly.
The daily planner is mom central and includes a section for your to-do list, menu ideas, notes, and a place to count your blessings. I personally find it helpful to focus on my blessings when I feel overwhelmed by my self-inflicted homeschool goals. Top of my list: I get to homeschool.
My learning goals page is set up for a combination of a theme curriculum, and letter/number of the week. I included a place to record a specific focus. I intend to use this to keep track of things Squeaks might need to practice a little more. Right now we could be focusing a little more on letter sounds and higher counting. There is also a section for the weeks Bible verse! All my Awana moms will appreciate this. It’s a great place to connect the letter of the week with a Bible verse too.
The last page is a reading list. If you’re like us you could possibly have quite a few books in rotation, some library books with multiple different return dates. Here’s a great place to keep track of them all and save yourself from late fees. I also intend to use this page to track some of Squeaks reading in the future.
Sign up below (or visit the Join In page) to get access to the Printable Library. The password will be sent to your email. If you don’t see it at first, be sure to check your spam folder and add us to your contacts list for future emails.
Look for the next featured item from our Printables Library in a post coming soon. Happy organizing!
What homeschooling goals have you set for the new year?