Enjoy Planning Your Goals for U.S. History, Social Studies, or Perhaps Literature
Set goals, keep them in check, and smile while you do it with our five-page goal planning sheet set featuring people from U.S. History, including Abraham Lincoln, Betsy Ross, George Washington and others.
Every project needs a goal and developing a yearly plan for educating our children is no different. Teaching our children at home is a huge undertaking. It requires love, commitment, patience and lots of organization. Let us help you keep things in order and free from chaos.
This fun and bright goal planning set can help you to figure out the goals you have for each child, by subject, and then the core and supplemental resources and/or activities that you intend to use to meet your goals. Although goal planning is usually a task undertaken by parents, older learners can easily help organize and direct their own learning with a bit of guidance from their parents.
This cute sheet is only one of a wide variety of bright themes that educators or learners can use to see their year at a glance. You could use one sheet per subject or choose one theme to represent each of your children.
To use this resource simply fill in the info and begin developing a plan to achieve your learning goals - one child at a time, one subject at a time. Check-off boxes are positioned to help keep track of your accomplishments, and generous space is provided for details to be written down. With ample space to punch holes on the left side and place smoothly into a binder, these sheets are quite comfortable to work with. This could easily be the first step in organizing and planning your next learning year.
Info prompts include the following.
Up to ten learning goals for the year
This resource aims to help us all remember that although teaching our children is a tough and encompassing job, there is always room for joy and smiles.
Focus: Goal setting and tracking for individual learners
Theme: U.S. History