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Hey Mama! Print Schoolhouse Planner 2016-2017 Review

Hey Mama! Schoolhouse Planner 2016-2017 Review

Hey neighbors!

Not sure about you, but both my daughter and I are enjoying our summer break, but...I am also preparing for the new school year.  That includes checking out this great Hey Mama! Print Schoolhouse Planner 2016-2017, from The Old Schoolhouse.  I just received this a few weeks ago, so I am still in the looking through the planner stage.  The Hey Mama! planner starts in July, so I am not doing much filling in yet.

I am sure if you homeschool, you will find the Hey Mama! Planner a great assistance to organizing your school year.  There are just so many bonuses to have a planner designed specifically for homeschool.  In the past I have tried using an average planner, but so much is missing.  Wait until you see all the different features of Hey Mama!.

Come and take a quick tour with me of the Hey Mama! Schoolhouse Planner.  The planner begins with calendars for the years, 2016, 2017, and 2018.  The very next section is each month set up so you can write in different activities for each day.  Prior to each month there is a page for notes for the month.  This starts with July 2016 and ends with June 2017.

Next you move to a weekly lay out.  Here you can write in a schedule for each week from Sunday through Saturday.  Monthly Goals give way to Semester Goals and then Yearly Goals.  I like all of these pages for the planning and scheduling I have right at my fingertips, but it is the next part of the planner that sets Hey Mama! apart from regular planners.

Now I have attendance charts for 5 students.  I only have one student now, but this sure would have been handy when the others were also in school.The Books Read This Year is the next form you will see.  There is a place for the name of the book, author and the date the book is completed.

Several pages of Curriculum Planning Sheets are included next.  You will be able to include the Subject, Grade Level, Curriculum, Price, Vendor and Contact.  You can take your Hey Mama! Planner right along with you to those homeschooling conventions and Book Sales as you plan your year.  You can also add your Homeschool contacts in the Homeschool Contact List, with Name, Address, Phone and E-mail.  How many times have you gone searching for a contact that you misplaced.  Not anymore!

As an added benefit they have added some Writing Prompts, Story Starters, and all sorts of historical dates and other important information.  The Thirteen Colonies by Date, Timeline of Inventions and United Staes and Capitals, just to name a few of the available charts.

Last of all in the Hey Mama! planner is a section on Transcripts.  Creating an Academic Transcript s followed by some forms to help you actually create a transcript.  Throughout the planner you will find Bible Verses, Hints and Tips, and of course just some good old encouragement to keep you going.

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The Hey Mama! Planner is priced at $29.00, but we have a code for you to use to receive $10 off the purchase price, making the planner $19.  This expires July 15, 2016.

Coupon Code Hey Mama Planner 2016 2017

I have truly enjoyed sharing this planner with you, and hope that some of you will be encouraged to check out the Hey Mama! Planner for yourselves.  Be sure to click on the link below to see what other Crew Members had to say.

Hey Mama! Schoolhouse Planner 2016-2017 Review

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