Is there a way to configure the daily plan printout so that all of the “Family” lessons and then each individual student’s lessons are grouped together without having to print multiple times? I really enjoy having the daily plan printed, but find myself searching through it for what individual work is still unfinished and what family work needs to be done as well.
Let me see if I’m understanding correctly, Aimee. Right now you can print a “combined” plan that shows assignments for “All,” but they’re mixed together by subject instead of organized by student. And you can print each student’s assignments by selecting that student’s name. But what you would like is a way to print each student’s assignments, organized by student, in one fell swoop without having to select each one individually. Is that correct?AimeeMember
Yes, and here’s something else. I’d like to be able to configure the plan to print according to how our school day flows instead of alphabetically by subject. I am such a visual person that it would help me to be able to have my checklist follow our day so that I am not looking for the assignments. This would be helpful when printing each student’s daily plan as well. Since my son(6) can follow his own plan, if he finishes something and I am still helping my daughter(5), he can easily see what is coming next and get started.
For example…we have a short “family” time block right after breakfast, then we do some morning chores, then we have some “individual” time. After a snack and a little break, more “family” and then we finish up any “individual” work we have left. So, I’d like to be able to print our daily plan accordingly.
Does that help?Sonya ShaferModerator
Yes, that helps. Thanks, Aimee. I think I have the same mental picture that you have now. 🙂
Great suggestions that we will add to the list.
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