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Appliejuice
For the past five years, I have only given a monthly account of what we have done. This year I want to make a daily schedule. Right now I am working on scheduling Rod and Staff math, grade two. I am using Donna's Quarterly Planner. smile.gif

My daughter does not have a text book, only a workbook. All teaching if from the teacher's manual. My question is how do I write this down on the planner? Do I write in the page numbers for the teacher's manual or just the pages to be done for the workbooks?

For my son, grade six, (I did this last year for grade five), I wrote the page number from his textbook, plus any speed sheets and extra work. My daughter only has a workbook.

I am wondering if I will confuse myself writing page numbers down from the teacher's manual. dunno.gif

Oh never mind! I am doing this for myself and I will need to know what pages to look at in the Teacher's Manual. I think I will write TM - page 2, WB - page 7, Speed Drill 1, etc.

Gee, I just make this job difficult and it really isn't. Must be why I don't get it done. blush.gif



Donna
QUOTE (Appliejuice @ Jun 21 2005, 04:32 PM)
I think I will write TM - page 2, WB - page 7, Speed Drill 1, etc.
thumbupface.gif That looks like a good way to record it Applie. yes.gif
quiltinmommy
QUOTE (Appliejuice @ Jun 21 2005, 04:32 PM)
Oh never mind! I am doing this for myself and I will need to know what pages to look at in the Teacher's Manual. I think I will write TM - page 2, WB - page 7, Speed Drill 1, etc.
This is what I do~
Sammi
I am a planner! This is a good question.

I have a grid like fashion with the days of the week across the top and subjects across the left side. On the right is some free space. I fill in the associated page numbers and any other pertinent information. When we start a new book, read a library book, or if a child needs additional help, I write it in the free space on the right side.

This enables me to keep track of everything, on one sheet, per child. When I go back to write my end of the year, everything is there. It makes it so simple for me.

Did this make sense?
Nana
Sammi, I do domething similar weekly

I put assignments in for each subject for the week and the kids go down and complete each day's work... then if they feel like going farther they work on the next day.. and so on if they finish all week's work by say Wednesday.. we plan a fun thing or they can start next weeks work...

If we do not finishe I re do and start where they left off...then Keep the original and the final in a notebook
chocolatelover
I have already started plans for this coming year we will be starting next month. clap.gif
I wrote in our plans TMpxxx WBpxxx under the subject. I also used Donna Curiculum Key ... so I have as an example for English ... E3: TMp1-3 WBp1-2
It might not make sense to anyone else whistling.gif but as long as I know what the heck am talking about that is all that matters. We don't have to show anything here in AZ, so all records are for my own peace of mind.happy.gif
Appliejuice
I finished two quarters of math last night. These sheets will go into my teacher's log. The weekly ones will be placed in the child's portfolio as we go along. smile.gif
Donna Young

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