Top 3 Online Homeschool Planner You Should Consider

by | Jan 30, 2022 | Homeschool Planning | 0 comments

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Homeschool planning is a big part of my life as a homeschooling mom and I have researched and trialed quite a few physical and online planners.

Today, I am going to share with you Top 3 Online Homeschool Planners that you should consider.


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1 | Homeschool Panda


I have been using Homeschool Panda for over a year now, and have no hesitation recommending it to anyone who is considering an online planner for their homeschool.

Homeschool Panda is created by a homeschool mom who knows the ins and outs of what is like to plan for homeschool.

The calendar and lesson planner is easy to set up and the drag and drop feature is convenient if there’s a change in plans.

There’s a digital book tracker so you can plan out which books to read and keep track of books you’ve read.

Great for record-keeping like grades and attendance.

Maintaining a portfolio just got easier with the Homeschool Panda app. You can easily snap pictures of your child’s work or a field trip on your phone and attach the pictures to that specific day just with a few clicks.

The biggest winner for me is their support. It can be frustrating and challenging for non-techies like myself to set up an entire year of homeschool planning, but they have awesome, easy to access video tutorials. They also have 1:1 help if needed. I’ve personally used the 1:1 help and you can just tell that they care. 

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2 | Homeschool Planet


Homeschool planet is a very detailed and versatile online planner. Out of the 3 planners I’ve mentioned, I believe this one gives you the most flexibility.

The downside to Homeschool Planet is the complexity of setting it up. If you are not used to online planners, you may find a sharp learning curve.

However, once you get the hang of it, it just might be your next best friend.

You can read an in-depth review or watch the video I did on Homeschool Planet here.


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3 | Well Planned Gal Online Planner

If you are looking for a robust, yet feminine and elegant online planner, you must check out Well Planned Gal’s online planner.

Rebecca Ferris, a veteran homeschool mom herself knows how a well planned day can be for homeschoolers.

If you are looking for a simple and user-friendly homeschool online planner then this one might just be it.

When I first logged in, the setup is very easy to use. I am not wondering where do I put my information or how to input a lesson plan. Compared to the other two, this one was the easiest to set up in my opinion.

I do have to say though, it does not offer as much flexibility as the other two planners above.

The calendar format does not have the drag and drop feature, which I prefer for when we miss a day or have a change in that day’s lesson plans.

Shirley Nozawa

Shirley Nozawa

Homeschooling mom of 2

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