Homeschool Weekly Assignment Sheets for Focus
Sometimes my kids get sidetracked, lose focus, and get disorganized with their lessons. Homeschool weekly assignment sheets help them to stay on task.
I don’t know why it is, but when my older boys have things written down that they can mark off of a list, they seem to maintain focus a whole lot better. We don’t use lists or assignment sheets all of the time, but when focus seems to be lacking, that seems to be just the thing to get them back on track. They don’t have to chase me down to figure out what their next assignment is either.
We tried just writing their assignments down in a spiral and for some reason, that didn’t work as well as the method we use now.
I’ve made a printable, you can get that here. It’s part of the resource library.
This is not anything fancy, it’s functional and helps the boys keep direction in their school day. Who wants to be doing schoolwork all day? This is homeschool for goodness’ sake.
These assignment sheets are simple. Work for each day of the week is separated, as well as each subject is separated. There’s also room for the date at the top of the page. They come in blue, teal, and purple.
Do your children write down their assignments?
Is there one area in your home where you leave their work and they know to look there for assignments? Do you use a homeschool planner or fly by the seat of your pants? If you use a planner, do you print your own or purchase in book form? I’d love to find out your answers to these questions.
These are things I often wonder about other homeschool moms. Most of the time, I’m more of a fly by the seat of my pants kinda girl. Somedays, I wish I could change that. I want my kids to have some sense of structure, but don’t want to stifle them. They should be able to explore and record their own experiences.
Want to see what our homeschool day looks like? You can read about it in Our 2018-2019 Homeschool Schedule — Blocks of Time.
Enjoy the homeschool weekly assignment sheets!