It seems every year we tweak our planners just a little bit more. This year, I’m excited to announce that we not only have reading correlations built in to our Cycle 3 planners, but we also have a Memory Work Review plan to keep the memory work fresh in our minds without it becoming cumbersome and overwhelming.
This Memory Work Review plan was designed with the basic idea and principles behind the Scripture Memory Box System, but I’ve custom-made the review schedule to fit into a 24-week cycle. This plan is similar to the one offered in our Poetry Penmanship and Memorization curriculum. There are two new versions of our planner to choose from: a 5-day-week planner (for those who need all 5 days in their planner) and a 4-day-week planner (for those who would rather not record information for their community day).
These planners also include an attendance and grade log, along with our other “extra” planning pages from past planners.
These are available in PDF form on our Subscriber Freebie Page. (At the current time, they are not editable PDFs, but we are working towards making that possible. To be notified when editable versions are available, be sure to sign up for our email newsletter.)
I am excited to offer this planner for FREE especially for my email subscribers! Become a subscriber HERE and follow the instructions provided to receive access to our Subscriber Freebie Page. (You will need to check your email inbox for a message from Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood and click on the button that says “Yes, subscribe me to this list” to confirm your email address. You will then receive a welcome email with the password to our Subscriber Freebie Page.) These updated planners are available under the “Planning Resources” section of our Subscriber Freebie Page.
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If you’re looking for another planner design, be sure to visit our Cycle 3 Planners post, which includes a variety of other single-page and double-page layouts. If you’re looking for a fun read-aloud plan for next school year, you can check out our Cycle 3 Reading Plan (with picture books and readers) from three years ago (or… check out our Cycle 3 Booklist!) We’ll be working on updated Cycle 3 reading plans and booklists in the coming month, so stay tuned for more!