When I designed the pages of this planner, it was my never intention to type every thing in Acrobat Reader and print out the typed pages. After my experience with other digital planners, I realized that I am much better with pen and paper than I am digital planners. I had intended to offer the planner in bound book form printed in the good ole USA. Unfortunately, I could not find a printer who would bind it for less than $84.00. Seriously! This beautiful color planner would set most homeschoolers back a pretty penny to actually be worth it. So I decided to offer it as a editable PDF. That way, you could print it yourself at home if you wanted to (set your printer for Fast Draft to save ink*).
Anyway, I thought I would share how I use my printed Weekly Planning sheets to plan. I do not plan a week in advance. It is too hard to predict what will happen. While moving lessons is just as simple as erasing, I find that I am much more focused if I plan day-by-day. Once I have narrowed down my curriculum choices and we have mapped out our schedule, I am ready to begin.