Spend less time planning science and more time doing science by planning an entire year of science in one short week!
Yes. It really is possible.
Yes. Even you can do it.
No. You're not dreaming.
Imagine having your year of science on autopilot. Waking up each day know exactly what your plan is. Never again scrambling through Pinterest to find a last minute lesson.
That is what the "Year-in-a-Week Science Planning Challenge" will do for you!
By this time next week, you could not only have a plan and schedule to get you through the schooling year, but you will also have the skills to repeat the process every year!
Just rinse and repeat. Rinse and repeat. (Heck! You could even use this strategy for other subjects too!)
It may sound crazy, but I swear it's totally doable! With just 5-6 hours a day--not necessarily uninterrupted--you can map out your science lessons for the next year. (Still sounds like a bit too much? Don't worry. You have lifetime access to all of the resources, so you can take it at whatever pace you please!)
This one-week intensive program isn't like any of the other planning methods you've seen!
It's not just a workbook. It's not just a schedule that I hand to you and say "do this thing." During this one week challenge, you'll have videos filled with tips and tricks to guide you. Plus, I'll be there for daily hand-holding and to answer your questions.
You'll come through the other side more relaxed and able to enjoy doing science with your children!
You have so many things to worry about during the day. Your science lesson plans shouldn't be one of them.
Pre-Planning Readiness Workbook Seven days of lessons, action steps, and worksheets (Available August 14, 2017)
Day One: Scope and Sequence
Day Two: Essential Questions and Learning Objectives
Not only do you get to take advantage of the support and camaraderie of other homeschool parents going through the same challenge, but you also get to pick through my brain (and lesson library!) to plan the perfect year of science for your family.
While we wait for that timer up there to hit zero, I will be filling the group with brainstorming prompts and ideas to get you ready for the Year-in-a-Week Science Planning Challenge!