The best thing I can say about this homework planner is that my own kids want me to print a copy for them each week. The design for this planner came from a mash-up of techniques that my brother and I used in college to organize our time. I’ve refined this design based on feedback from my kids (one high-schooler and two home-schoolers).
Myhomework Student Planner
This planner combines two of very useful tools for keeping track of your homework assignments, both on single page. First, on left is a homework check list for each of your classes. Use it to list assignments, due dates, and the estimated time to complete each assignment. List upcoming exams and plan times to study. Secondly, on the right side you can plan your week to figure out how you will get everything done.
Moreover, This spreadsheet includes two separate worksheets with slightly different designs. The Homeschool design doesn’t include “time” column because we found it wasn’t as critical to predict for how much time a particular assignment would take. However, for high school and college, estimating the time to complete each assignment can be extremely helpful.
We design it so that you can either print blank copies of planner, or edit it electronically.
THS Homework Planner
You are welcome to print the copies of this planner to give to your students. The worksheet is pretty intuitive, but don’t assume that students will know how to use it. Teach them about managing their time and help them learn how planner can help.