Preschool Lesson Planner and Skill Tracking Progress Chart – Infant Baby Toddler Prek Waldorf Montessori

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Initially created to get us in the habit of keeping a log of our future home school activities now, this printable PDF allows you to not only plan your lessons but also to track their progress in 45 different developmental skills.

7 SUBJECTS, 7 DAYS A WEEK
This chart was designed to give you the freedom to structure your lessons or not. At our house, we use it in an informal “un-schooling” sort of way where we quickly jot down which activities we did that fit into one of the 7 subjects. More formal families could also use it to plan out their weekly activities in advance.

Initially created to get us in the habit of keeping a log of our future home school activities now, this printable, editable PDF allows you to not only plan your lessons but also to track their progress in 45 different developmental skills.

7 SUBJECTS, 7 DAYS A WEEK
This chart was designed to give you the freedom to structure your lessons or not. At our house, we use it in an informal “un-schooling” sort of way where we quickly jot down which activities we did that fit into one of the 7 subjects. More formal families could also use it to plan out their weekly activities in advance.

DAILY THEME PLANNING
Add themes to your days. I can loosely plan in my head a theme for a few of the days when I grab a few books from the library which helps us during bored baby moments (Well, today is butterfly day, let’s head out back and talk about flowers).

WEEKLY SUBJECT SATURATION
Does your house have a tendency to lean heavily on one subject or another? It’s art and language arts in our house. See at a glance which areas you might be missing toward the end of the week. Only two days with a math activity? It’s time for a counting song!

STOP COMPARING TO STANDARDIZED DEVELOPMENT CHARTS
Stop causing yourself undue stress by comparing your child’s development against those “one size fits all” charts and start comparing his or her development to their own progression throughout the weeks.

HEIRLOOM BOOKS
Scaled to fit Letter sized paper (8.5″ x 11″), and designed to be ink cartridge friendly, you’ll have a gorgeous addition to your heirloom Baby Journal that you can print again and again for years to come.

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Feel free to use these files for your own personal use, but do not sell or make products to sell out of the designs.

 

Editing Software

Print Sizes

8.5 x 11 in | 216 x 279 mm | Letter

Printing Method

Home Printer

Included File Types

PDF

Style

Contemporary

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Hi! I’m Shell. founder of Purveyor of Geekery. When I’m not designing, I’m redirecting my son from destroying the house, drinking tea or plotting my next travel adventures. I’m originally from Pittsburgh, PA but now spend my time between Vero Beach, FL (East Coast, halfway between Orlando and West Palm) and Ludlow, Shropshire in the gorgeous countrysides of England.

ABOUT MY CRAFT
I live, eat and breathe design and marketing.

I would skip days in grade school to go sit in on college level Psychology and Humanities classes with my mom, who was working on her degree at the time, so I have always had a love affair with the way the human psyche works. I guess engagement strategist was a natural progression for my future self?

I’ve been designing since Sr. Year in High School when I first took up as the layout editor for the school paper. Since then I’ve worked as everything from a layout artist in a print shop to the Art Director for a book publishing house.

In college I took up the nerd side of things, coding my first webpage: a bright pink page with a half-naked boy a la Abercrombie and Fitch and a swishy tailed squirrel gif. Since then I’ve lead major social network developments (back in the late 2000’s), iPhone app development, mobi-site development and more.

~Shell

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