Ultimate Free Homeschool Planning List: Free Homeschool Planners, Forms, and more

Homeschoolers across the world are beginning to write down their plans for their next homeschool year.  Planners and other similar tools are a necessity in the homeschool regardless of your teaching style or homeschool philosophy. We must keep track of our student’s learning throughout the year.

There are many quality homeschool planners on the market, but sometimes purchasing a planner just is not in the budget.  Well, we have good news for you!  We have collected a huge  list of free homeschool planners and planning resources for use in your homeschool.

Also, if you know of a free homeschool planner or planning resource tool that is not on this list just let us know and we’ll add it!  Leave the link to the planner in the comments. :)

Happy planning!

free homeschool planners


Help your student organize with this free student planner printable from Holy Spirit Led Homeschooling.

Download a free homeschool planner at Our Intentional Life.

The Home School Mom offers a free printable homeschool planner and a free digital homeschool planner.

Home School Launch has a free living books planner with assignment sheets.  You can also do a search there and find more free homeschool planning pages and much more.

Head over to Bright Hub Education for a free downloadable student planner.


free and frugal homeschool planning pack

Get the free and frugal homeschool planning pack from Holy Spirit Led Homeschooling.

Go to the Notebooking Nook to find lots of free homeschool planners and charts.

Check out Passport Academy for several free homeschool lesson planner pages.

Hop over to Paperlicious to download a {pretty} free hydrangea weekly lesson planner.

Homeschooling Hearts and Minds has free homeschool planning printables in color or black & white.


free downloadable homeschool planner

Visit Money Saving Mom for free downloadable homeschool planners which include: an attendance record, six week planner for individual subjects, and a one week planner for scheduling all subjects.

Get a free homeschool unit study daily planner at Heart of Wisdom.

You can find a free unit planner at Currclick too.

Currclick also has a free homeschool family weekly planner.  You can get this free weekly homeschool planner in Spanish as well.

123Homeschool 4 Me offers  free customizable & printable report cards.


If you follow the Charlotte Mason philosophy of education, you might be interested in the free Ultimate Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner or these free Charlotte Mason daily & weekly checklists from Homeschool Swag.

Another free Charlotte Mason homeschool planning printable can be found at Thiel Academy.

Simply Charlotte Mason also has a variety of free homeschool planning resources.


free homeschool lesson planner template

You can download a free homeschool lesson planner template at Meet Penny.

Five J’s offers the following free homeschool planning resources:

The Happy Housewife shares a free high school credit planner also.

Check out this free online homeschool lesson planner, scheduler, and tracking system at Homeschool Skedtrack.

Be sure to check out Donna Young’s free homeschool lesson plan forms.


free printable homeschool planner

Find a free printable homeschool planner with daily, weekly, and quarterly planning pages for you and your student at Living Well, Spending Less.

If your homeschool is scheduled in 6 week quarters, you might like this free 6 week homeschool planner at As Told By Lisa.

Eclectic Homeschool Online has quite a few free homeschool planning downloads that include weekly & daily schedules, field trip planning, high school transcripts and more.

The New Bee Homeschooler has a 7 step DIY customizable homeschool planner.

Download free homeschool planning pages at Teaching My 3.


free homeschool planning pages

Mama Jenn has a variety of free homeschool planning pages available to download.

Head over to Homeschooling-ideas.com for the free homeschool planner eBook Planned Spontaneity.

You can also find several free homeschool planning resources at Peace Creek on the Prairie:

Hop over to Kate’s Kitchen Garden for another free homeschool planner.

Highland Heritage Home School has 22 free teacher planning pages and 5 free student portfolio printables.


free planning pages for homeschool

Get free planning pages for homeschool at Aussie Pumpkin Patch.

LearnBoost is a free online educational planning tool that includes gradebooks, lesson plans, attendance, and more.  You do have to register to be able to use it.

Homeschool Inc. offers PER (Plan Educate Record) which is a free web based homeschool planning tool that you must register to use.




Don’t forget to sign up for your Free 40 Week Homeschool Curriculum Planner here at Free Homeschool Deals!

Another free online homeschool planner can be found at Homeschool Tracker.  This does not have all the features of their paid versions.

And if you missed it, be sure to check out our post on how to plan a free or nearly free homeschool year right here at Free Homeschool Deals.

Click here for additional free homeschool planners and additional homeschool forms!




  1. Angie says

    Wow! That’s an impressive list. I’m always on the hunt for a good planner. I have a few pieces of my own, but just haven’t gotten around to all the pieces yet. Maybe I won’t have to reinvent the wheel. THANK YOU!!!!

    • Jennifer says

      Ooops! Just saw it in the list…sorry! Haven’t had enough coffee yet this morning..lol 😉

  2. Shannon L says

    Hi, Jamerill. This is an impressive list. Thank you for gathering all this in one place.

    Are any of these editable? I would like to be able to type my info in the empty slots to print.

  3. says

    Thank you for this wide list of resources. Trying to figure out a schedule for homeschooling, house work, and other things is never easy. :) Thank you for taking the time to do this.

  4. Alva Ramon says

    Although I’ve taught middle school, high school, and currently teach college, this whole homeschooling gig is overwhelming. My son is 4 and I attempted some Pre-K stuff this past year. He’ll be 5 next month, and we’re moving into a more formal schooling – kindergarten! I’m trying to learn all that I can about homeschooling, through various sites and blogs, and you have been a huge resource in my learning. Thanks for this post.

    Believe it or not, I actually spent the better part of my day opening each of these links, downloading the planners/schedules, reviewing and studying them all, and learning from other mothers’ planning skills. WHEW! This homeschooling is serious business. I honestly thought I’d be able to breeze through this, but I can see how serious some moms are about planning and scheduling.

    I’m feeling as though I should take the wise counsel of the experts, and follow their lead with getting myself much more organized with homeschooling, house cleaning, chores, weekly menus, reading lists, and the list goes on.

    I know I can do this (homeschool my son), but hats off to all these stay-at-home moms, who homeschool several kids, write these blogs, do all these homeschool resources, and put so much work and effort into each aspect of being at home. I definitely see that I need to kick it into a higher gear. It’s inspirational to see how dedicated some women are to their purpose of taking care of husband, kids, and home.

    • says


      Thank you for your thoughtful reply. I’m so glad that this post was helpful for you. There is a learning curve for new homeschool moms. Remember though to keep things as simple as possible and enjoy your days with your son. This season really is fleeting, and what matters most are the little moments, the snuggles, and the day-in day-out living life together. Blessings to you, friend!

  5. says

    Over the years, every time I’ve checked out new sites with free planners I’ve always gone back to Donna Young. She did it first and has anything I could possibly need.

    That said, as a veteran HS mom of 5 (ages toddler to 10th grade), I do very little planning in advance and find that it saves my sanity not to spend too much time on it. I mostly use planners in reverse. I mark what we’ve done each week in each subject as we go, and I can easily see what we’ve been neglecting. We are not “school at home” types in the least though. Quite a bit of our learning comes from opportunities, discussions and projects that come up as we go. It works great for us and my kids all love to learn.

    For parents who thrive with planning and scheduling, planners can be a great tool. Just don’t think you have to use them to succeed — or that you have to use them as designed. :)


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