Homeschooling, preschool to 3rd grade, can be a joy and it CAN be a part of your minimalist home. The freeing part about homeschooling is the many styles that you can mix and match to suite your needs. One of those styles can involve very few workbooks or textbooks. With Bare Printables you can have a whole library of worksheets but need none of the storage.
A printable frees up your time and keeps your homeschool as uncluttered as possible. I like to have all of my printables on my computer in a separate folder for each child or grade level. Then when I need to I can easily open the file and print the pages for the day or week. One small folder of worksheets are ready to go and I don’t have to mess with a ton of materials.
The unique part about these worksheets and coloring pages – they are all original illustrations that I created for my own children. I love to draw for them and the more I was able to incorporate my art the more they wanted to participate. With a combination of simple images and white space they thrived on days when we “played”. I think your young learners will enjoy them just as much.
Over the next few weeks and months I will be adding more printable learning/coloring pages for your children to enjoy and more lesson planners for you. See what I currently have in the shop HERE
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Homeschool Lesson Planners. The printable box planners have space for 3 lesson plans per week OR space for all day planner for one child for the week. Printed for individual records or as a group planner, this planner won’t add clutter to your day. I like to print out a new planner page on Saturday and then fill it in on Sunday.
For preschool or kindergarten you can use each box as a subject and fill in your plan from there. Homeschool lesson planners will be in the shop soon.