Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner (August to July)
Because these precious days should be preserved.
The Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner is much more than a planner. It's a living book and a mentor~ a place to reflect and be renewed, to recommit each week to living for the Lord and implementing the best educational approach for your children. It's a record of your daily life, your adventures, your family history, and all God has done through you and for you. The Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner is designed to become a cherished memento of your memories, your plans, and your purposes.
This is the planner I wish I had during my homeschooling years. If I could have captured the special moments in that season of life~the sweet and the funny~the fascinating discoveries, and the books we read, I could look back on that time with so much more joy. As moms, we sometimes focus on the negative things we said or did, and those memories get etched deep in our brain. This planner will highlight the joys and wonderful times you had as a homeschool family, and that will outshine any imperfect moments during those years.
This beautiful camel planner is vegan leather, contains a ribbon to mark your place, and has a pouch on the back cover to save photos or mementos. Instead of the exact same page repeated throughout the year as most planners have, each page is designed differently, with beautiful watercolor illustrations and a coordinating color scheme for each month.
What is in this Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner?
Everything you need to stay on track, renew your vision, and refresh your spirit.
It begins with:
- A page for goal setting and the year's verse
- A space for proposed field trips
- A space for read aloud books
- A space for your own personal book list
Each month begins with a month at a glance as well as space to write down the month's goals.
Following the month at a glance page, there are four one week spreads with:
- A Bible verse
- A related Charlotte Mason quote
- Homeschool tips and words of encouragement
- A personal to do list
- A homeschool to do list
- Water color boxes to record the week's: nature study focus, habit focus, prayer focus, self care focus, and read aloud
- A place for notes
At the end of each month you'll have a special place to reflect and record:
- The month's meaningful moments with place holders for photos
- What you did well (don't we always forget what we did well?)
- Answered prayer
- The best discovery
- The best outing
- The favorite book
- The funniest family moment
- A section for notes