Welcome to my Resource Library!
Need some help with meal planning? How about a chore chart for your kids? Tracking your homeschool activities? Keeping a prayer list? I’ve created some printables to help you with homemaking, homeschooling and your walk as a Christian. This is still being updated as I finalize new printables, but please download what you need and keep checking back for more. You can stay on top of my blog posts and new freebies by signing up for my email list. You will need a PDF reader like Adobe to open the files.
Most downloads are in grayscale. I did this to keep things basic so anyone can use them, but also so that you can make the pages your own. You can write in different colored pens without clashing with a premade design, or decorate your pages as you see fit (or not), similar to a Bullet Journal. It is also so much cheaper to print in black and white! The exceptions are the binder/planner covers and month dividers, which are full color. Please do not share direct download links but rather send your friends to this page or my main blog page if you would like to let your friends in on the freebies. Feel free to contact me with feedback or if there’s something in particular you’d like to see.
General Monthly Calendar, blank two page spread, with or without a month-at-a-glance. The top left (first) image is without the month-at-a-glance, the top right (second) image is with the month-at-a-glance. The lowest image (to the left if you’re on a PC) is the right side of the spread. Choose either of the top images for the left side of the spread. Use for homeschool or for your mom binder!
Vertical Meal Planner — Four Across (breakfast, lunch, dinner and prep) with days of the week going down the left side. There is room under each day to write the date.
Vertical Meal Planner — Five Across (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack and prep) with days of the week going down the left side. There is room under each day to write the date.
Horizontal Meal Planner — Five Across (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack and Prep) with days of the week going across the top. There is room above each day to write the date.
Mom’s Daily Helper — This is a must-have! Your home base for the day, helping you stay on task and on track. Fill it out the night before or each morning and add to it throughout the day as needed.
AM/PM Routines, with an added section for midday chores or routines. Print this daily or print it once and keep it posted on the fridge or in your binder.
Unit Study Planner — This helpful sheet has space to write all your subunits and activities for each, a checklist so you know what subjects each subunit covers (math, language arts, science, social studies, art, phys ed and home related), and an area to list all the books, videos and supplies you’ll need for the unit.
Field Trip Review and Reflect Worksheet — Geared toward elementary ages, have your child draw, write and reflect on what he experienced during a field trip. A great reinforcement tool.
Field Trip Log — A sheet to keep track of your field trips.
365 Learning Record — Another must-have! Learning happens each and every day whether you are “teaching” or not! Use this log to keep track of daily happenings that are educational. This is perfect for unschoolers who don’t use a set curriculum as well as for those who need to track hours to comply with state law. You can print 122 of these pages (or 61 two-sided pages) for a total of 366 days.