Sunday, May 5, 2019

Lesson Planning - FREE printables

This weekend I had the pleasure to attend a GraceLaced Day with Ruth Chou Simons.  Her watercolor designs and the experience had me wanting to create my planning pages with similar bits of nature and watercolor.   I'm not an artist by any means, but remembered some really pretty watercolor graphics I wanted to use and was patiently hoping to find a project.  This became a work of heart as I rested my back from the several days of long drives and all the activities.  I've separated it into a few files to help with download times.

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UPDATE!  I managed to figure out how to make this an editable file.  Please understand that this is still in rough format.   Because I know that homeschool planning is in full swing, I wanted to quickly make it available.   I probably will not be able to get this to my standards until mid-September.


  1. These are GORGEOUS!!! Thank you so much for sharing these! I'm excited to print them out and use them! What joy it will be to see these pretty pages each day.

    1. You are so very welcome. I hope that they will ease your long days of teaching ahead and continue to give you joy throughout the year.

  2. Hello! Thank you so much for this beautiful printable! :) I am getting ready to schedule out the first month of our A Gentle Feast work for September, but I'm having a hard time figuring out how to open it in its original beautiful format so I can edit and add our assignments! Could you give me some hints as to how I can do that? Thank you!

    1. Hello Elise!
      Oh, I love your blog! I’ve been a longggg time reader from years back when you did the Children’s Books :) I’ve missed your posts.

      To answer your comment...I’m trying to learn myself how to make printables that are editable by keyboard, but right now they are just a printable that can be written in – kind of the old fashioned way. Your comment has prompted me to shout out on Instagram to see if anyone can help me. If I figure it out, I will email you again.

      Happy Homeschooling!

    2. Oh, my goodness, weren't those lovely blogging days? I wish it was still like that. :) I miss writing but can't seem to find the time nowadays- maybe one day again, Lord willing? Until then, quiet and lovely places like yours are a balm to my soul. <3
      And that makes perfect sense- I think I was getting it mixed up with your other weekly planner that one CAN edit on the computer, so I will work with that! Thank you for responding, friend!

    3. I have a rough draft available now with editable fields! I hope this helps you with your planning.

    4. Yes, I deeply miss those blogging days and beautiful connections that grew.

      The post with the weekly planner where I took a picture of the computer screen is actually the planner that is from A Gentle Feast in their membership area. It’s here Cycle plans that I just added a bit of pop and color and changed fonts to my liking. I hope that helps you possibly find what you are needing.

      I’m happy to help more if you need it.


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