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FREE Day Notes Printable

Our latest freebie is a Day Notes printable. It includes a blank date section, Mon-Fri days of the week and Morning, Afternoon and Evening. We've also included a bonus notes page with a floral background. Available in US letter and A4 size.

This is a sample from our soon to be released Homeschooling Planner. We'll be sharing more very soon!

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Free 2017 Reading List template

2017 reading list - free template

Download the 2017 reading list template

Is the pile of books on your bedside table starting to become a safety hazard? Do you struggle to keep up with all the amazing book titles recommended on Instagram and Pinterest (or in our latest Issue 7 - there are some wonderful books recommended there!)?

​This free 2017 reading list download is the perfect way to keep on top of that book list that's taking up valuable bandwidth in your brain... so you can focus on the other important, day to day things like homeschooling your kids! 🙂 

​Enjoy!

and the Mulberry team xx

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Free Reading List 2017 - click the button below to download

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Free weekly planner printables

Keep your weeks and months of homeschooling well planned with these free PDF planners.

Record of home learning printable PDF Template

Happy 2017! As exciting as a new year and a fresh start can be, we can very quickly become swamped by the daunting task of planning the homeschooling year.

These FREE printables are perfect if you're looking for a bit of routine (or at least some attempt at sanity) in your homeschooling weeks and months.

Try using these printables to plan your week - home days and co-op meetups or interest groups, note down topics your kids are interested in, excursions or trips to follow up and blogs to read.​

Even if you're unschooling, you can use them to note down what your child is focused on, whether to form part of your records for the department of education visits, or just for your own records. You can fill them out on your own (with a cup of coffee) or with your kids.​

We give you no rules about how to use the PDFs.

We just hope they help. 🙂

and the Mulberry team xx

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Weekly Planner - Style 1

Weekly Planner - Style 2

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