Multi-Student Christian Homeschool Planner Giveaway

I’ve been a homeschooling mom for 12 years and have tried many homeschool planners. This one is definitely one of my favorites! Keep reading to learn how I’m using it with my family, and how you can try to win your own copy!

I’ve been wanting to share this planner with you guys for awhile now. But after I received my copy, my kids and I spent about a month passing a nasty cold back and forth. Then life just got so busy and seemed to stay that way. It can be hard getting back into the groove of things when you take the summer off from homeschooling. But this planner has definitely helped ease the transition.

The Multi-Student Christian Homeschool Planner by Jennifer Rainey, has a ton of features that I love. I especially enjoy all of the space that you get on each planning page. There is room for up to 6 students! I am currently only homeschooling 3 of my children, so I decided to skip a line in between each child’s column. It just makes things stand out better for me. It’s perfect!

Here’s a sample page from the beginning of our school year.

If you decide to take a week or so off from homeschooling, you don’t have to X out any pages, because the dates are not pre-written for you. I usually just plan one week in advance because you never know what might happen from one week to the next.


When we do field trips or have sick days where I’m sick and just can’t teach, I do this on that particular day:

Every single week includes a special page that has extra information that a lot of planners lack. It includes lines for a scripture memory verse, what I’m praying for, what I’m thankful for, a to-do list, meal planning, and a place for your grocery list. This weekly page is a great asset for me as a mom. Each one also includes a different Bible verse or quote. I love seeing that extra encouragement each week. I’m still trying to figure out the way to use this page. I tend to scratch out the grocery list and replace it with our lunch menu, because I have a grocery app that we use for that.

The back of the planner has all sorts of pages for different information. Pages for each student include a curriculum list, reading list, and grades. There are also pages for field trips, goals for next year, regular prayer intentions, and what I’m thankful for. I especially love the last page which is a daily check list. It’s basically a reminder of what you want to go over with your kids on a daily basis.

Last but certainly not least, is the fact that Jennifer has made this so affordable! This paperback planner is only $12.95! But, if you order it directly through her by sending her a private message and mention that Bible Momma sent you, she’ll give you an extra 10% off! So, if you don’t win the giveaway, I want to strongly encourage you to buy it and try it out for yourself. CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK TO PURCHASE!


If you’d like to check out the author’s page on Facebook, you can visit her here. Christian Homeschool Page

And now, what you’ve all been waiting for…the giveaway! Good luck to all who enter!

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  1. Melissa Conklin

    November 7, 2018 at 11:02 pm

    I’ve been needing a good multi-student planner! I love the extra space for meal-planning. I try to do that in my regular planner I keep everything in, but always run out of space. :-p Thanks for the opportunity to win! <3

  2. Sarah Boston

    November 8, 2018 at 8:37 pm

    I like the space for meal planning. I have gotten away from that and mealtimes are a mess!

  3. Shannon

    November 15, 2018 at 7:14 pm

    I would love to win this planner, I’ve been looking at different ones but I’m indecisive!

  4. Samantha

    November 18, 2018 at 3:30 pm

    I like the scripture part and what are you praying for part and what you are thankful for. I believe that everyone should always write that down or say it everyday and to be able to teach our children to to is great.

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