Blank Lesson Planner with Inspirational Quotes and Tips from Veteran Homeschoolers This year, stay organized and uplifted with a planner that supports your Catholic homeschooling lifestyle! CHC’s popular blank lesson planner includes inspirational quotes and tips from veteran homeschoolers. Simple and elegant format with inspiration and encouragement from saints, popes, famous authors, and veteran Catholic homeschoolers.
The Lesson Planner features: • daily grids for 36 weeks;
• liturgical calendar; • planning checklists;
• space to write quarterly goals, supplies, field trips, and notes; • reflections for each quarter; • quarterly Independent Study Charts that enable students to work through school subjects independently each day; • and more! Spiral-bound. 96 pgs. 8½"×11" LPB $11.95
Featuring tips from veteran homeschoolers!
Catholic Report Card Grids for up to 14 subjects and quarter grades, comments, special recognition, Sacraments received, and volunteer work. Includes a special feature titled “Work Habits” to grade how your child completed the assignments (Neatly, Cheerfully, Obediently, Promptly). Cardstock. 5½"×8½" Includes envelope. CRC $1.95
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Single-Subject Lesson Plans
Daily Lesson Plans
Single-subject lesson plans are designed for families who want a daily plan for only one subject. Each single-subject lesson plan features one-page-per-week detailed daily lesson plans with check-boxes, clear weekly goals, a “Year at a Glance” chart, and room for notes. Turn to page 70 to learn more!
C ATHOLIC H ERITAGE C URRICULA
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