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  2. These are similar to ones I made, but so much more beautiful. Thank you very much. We will enjoy these. One thing I noticed however, is while my teen daughter will love them, my son will not.

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      1. I must say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! I had in mind what I was looking for, but didn’t think I had the time to make it because I know how detailed and indecisive I can be. I spent ALL WEEKEND looking for these layouts and couldn’t believe how hard this style was to come across. I was just about to give up seeing as I had certainly spent more time searching afterall, but then I found your planning pages and came pretty close to tears, LOL. THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing freely, you’ve been a life saver for sure! In my opinion, the red/yellow looks like thinking bubbles or flowers, and the yellow/blue one has bow tie like shapes; I think they’ll be great for my daughter AND son to enjoy organizing with, while also being able to easily identify their different themes. Thank you for your time and creativity, your absolutely wonderful!
        [Also, I noticed another comment and just wanted to say that I certainly hope that if anyone else has anything other than a thank you or nice compliment to say, that they’ll keep it to themselves. If only one of my kids could have used these and not the other (whether it be due to their gender, theme taste, or even color preference), I would have kept it to myself regardless. There’s nothing negative to “notice” or point out when you’ve just downloaded fifty-four free pages, period.]
        Off to fill in our printables now! Take care, and I wish you only the best for many school years to come!

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          Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a great comment! I really hope your kids will enjoy these planners! This is the nicest comment I’ve received on my blog in a long time, you’re such a sweetheart! :) Best of luck with your school year!

  3. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you for these! I have been feeling overwhelmed with my planning thus far, and these have helped tremendously!

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  6. Hi. I just wanted to thank you for providing these forms for fellow homeschoolers. I don’t know how to make them myself, and yet have a strong need to have things all ‘in orderly fashion’. You make me feel so much calmer having everything in order. Thank you for sharing with us :)

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  8. Thank you SO MUCH for these. I am very detail-oriented, yet sometimes can get overwhelmed, and these sheets are perfect! I printed them, thinking I was going to use them just once and then decide to try a different planner, yet since I printed these, I haven’t used any other. Thanks again!

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      Dori, I understand your concern, however many homeschooling families focus their homeschool around History and Geography, as we do. I created these planners to use with my younger children and we weren’t calling History and Geography, Humanities at that time, as I know many other homeschooling parent do not do in the lower levels. If you are planning to use this planner for high school, or you are not happy with the list of subjects provided, there are sheets with no subjects listed for you convenience. Thanks for your comment.

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