Free Homeschool Assignment Sheet

Is it possible to have a near “auto pilot” homeschool day? I think there is.

How? By using something like the assignment sheets I am offering for free. I have used these for more than a few years and they work quite well.

By spending just an hour or so on a Sunday afternoon I have a tool that keeps my children on track with only a little bit of input on my part. All I have to do is gather up the homeschool materials, fill in some blanks, and then hand them out on Monday morning.

All that’s left for me to do is have some “group time” with some Bible, history, science, and maybe a good read aloud or two.

Here is a video that shows just how I go about it:

You can find out more about The Lesson Book here.


10 thoughts on “Free Homeschool Assignment Sheet”

    • I personally love and still use your old assignment sheets. I love that I can write the childrens chores at the bottom for check off.

    • I know! I tried to list them in the post but was running into technical difficulties and wanted to make a deadline so I gave it up 😛 We also tried at least four times to do a voice over on the video but it was so long it crashed the editing program over and over, so we ended up using a music track instead. We learned a lot, though, and next time the video will be shorter so I can do a lot more explaining 🙂

  1. I just love everything that you do and teach and share. I am always so refreshed and inspired when I read your blog or watch your YouTube videos!
    We just started using the old assignment sheets (yellow and white) -And we love them!-
    I’m just wondering what brought about the change to make new ones. And do you use these differently in your homeschool than the others?
    I cherish anything I can learn from you!

    • Bless you, Andee! I am such a creative person, and the dynamics of our family changes so often, that I am constantly recreating the wheel, sometimes just for fun 🙂 Sorry for any confusion this may have caused 🙂

  2. Hi Sherry! I’m trying to figure out how much is too much when it comes to assigning things. For example, I’d like to have my kids write a journal entry on books they finished that I’ve assigned, but they do McGuffey lesson stuff 3 days a week using your lesson books. Is it too much to ask them to do both a book journal entry AND McGuffey activities? Thank you 🙂

    • I understand how you feel–so much of what we have considered “school” could actually be called empty busy-work. I wonder if just having a little snack time and asking each child to share orally about the books they are reading might not be less stressful and more enjoyable for all of you? Then the act of reading comprehension (and accountability) would have a sweet taste (pun intended) to it 😀


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