A Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner

A Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner has gorgeous watercolor floral graphics throughout. To be 100% honest…. I created this planner for me! I have used a gazillion planners (well… maybe not that many), and there are so many pages that I just don’t use. One great thing about this planner is that it looks great in color and in black and white!

Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner

What’s inside:

  • Year at a Glance
  • Attendance by Term
  • Booklist/Free Read Lists
  • Nature Study Schedule
  • Music Study Schedule
  • Artist Study Schedule
  • Handicraft Schedule
  • Habits List
  • Term Page Dividers
  • Quote Page Dividers
  • Weekly Schedule (2 formats including one with a loop schedule)
  • Daily Schedule
  • Daily Checklist


Since I have been implementing more Charlotte Mason this year, I knew I needed a planner that would fit a Charlotte Mason schedule. So, I made a list of everything I wanted in a CM planner.

One thing I am super excited about is the Nature Study, Music Study, Artist Study, and Handicraft schedules. I am sooooo bad about forgetting those things if I don’t already have a plan laid out for me.

charlotte mason homeschool planner

This year I have been using the Artist and Composer Studies from Ambleside Online. But, without having it written down somewhere… I forget it. A lot more than I want to admit.

Planning Pages

I added in a daily schedule for those who like to have daily plans along with 2 weekly options.

charlotte mason homeschool planner

I, personally, do not like to have a daily schedule. A weekly loop schedule works perfectly for me!




As I am sure you already know, a CM education is divided into terms. (Three 12 week terms) So, I have also divided the planner by term. Term 1,2, and 3 each have different beautiful watercolor floral designs and corresponding weekly planning pages.

charlotte mason homeschool planner


The attendance sheets are also divided into 12 week terms.

charlotte mason homeschool planner

Grading Forms

As you may have guessed… there are none. A part of Charlotte Mason’s philosophy was not giving formal grades as you would in a traditional school.

“She wanted children to be motivated by admiration, faith, and love, instead of artificial stimulants such as prizes (stickers, candy, or money), competition, and grades.”

~Karen Andreola, A Charlotte Mason Education

However, I do realize that some still like to record grades for certain subjects (as do I), so I will be creating a separate grading form, and adding it to the private freebie library.



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25 comments on “A Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner (and Giveaway)”

  1. What a beautiful planner! I don’t have a homeschool planner and usually just try typing out what I’d like to get done and printing it out. This would be so incredibly helpful to have!

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