Tuesday I bought 9 Beauregard sweet potato plants from a local store. I haven’t grown sweet potatoes in a very long time. This afternoon I started digging the bed for […]
Because working on donnayoung.org has been incredibly time consuming for the past 5 years and the work load has not been getting any lighter, I am automating as much of the work as I can. My What's New page is the latest victim of this automation. What's New is now plain, bordering on ugly, whereas before it wasn't. Why would I do that?
Tuna Fish Sandwich using a single serve package of tuna fish in sunflower oil (2.5 ounces) It seems silly to post a tuna fish sandwich recipe, especially a recipe during which one […]
The How to Use it Video – watch this is you want to import lesson plans from your V Planner into Google Calendar. The video is long because I wanted […]
Set up the dates first, but even before that, review Column S to make certain that the times listed are useful to you. If they are not, then you may […]
How to add the “Import to Google Calendar” add on for V Planner V4 and Lesson Planner V4. This video was made using the Lesson Planner V4 (instead of V […]
This add-on is for V Planner V4, High School V Planner V4, and Lesson Planner V4 XLSX. The add-on allows you to create a csv file with up to two weeks […]
Ham Sandwich using Sliced Smoked Ham such as Kentucky Legend Ham This is how I make a ham sandwich using my Sourdough Milk Bread and the good type of ham, the […]
Topic- Activated Cloudflare through website host and wordpress site sends a redirect loop instead of displaying the pages. This post might be useful for those who- Do not use www […]
Because I like food, especially bread, and even more especially, sourdough bread, I made up a new bread recipe to get my family through some rough days. I could be […]
Completed- Free Printable Lessons 51-74 in Donna Young's handwriting practice series that combines HWT (Handwriting w/o Tears) and the book Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons
HWT font style handwriting lessons 51 – 74 that are coordinated with the book, Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons. Lessons 51-74 are finally completed. I apologize […]
Regarding my current project – Handwriting lessons that pair Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons with a handwriting font that is like Handwriting Without Tears® — Someone […]
For the longest, Portfolio X Lesson Planner, my homeschool planner generator, was incompatible with the Chrome browser! For two or three years, I had a notice on the page telling visitors […]
The video is old, it is for V2.5d, but the information about how the two lesson plan fetching systems operate remains the same. Number System is completely flexible and with […]
BETA V Planners usually contain sample data so that you can see how the planner works. BETA planners are not supported, so if you decide to use one, it is […]
In case you need to know which V Planner you are using, I made a brief video showing where to look on your V Planner. The version of the V […]
Take Advantage of Excel’s Linear Series Fill to Quickly Add a Certain Type of Lesson Plans (3:27 min) This tip is useful when using curricula that lists daily lessons in […]
After realizing that all of the videos were broken, I uploaded them to my channel at Youtube and linked them in the V Planner Blog.
Below are the steps to setting up High School V Planner. I might elaborate on some items or I might link to a page that has more information. When you open the planner for the first time, you
Below are the steps to setting up High School V Planner. I might elaborate on some items or I might link to a page that has more information. When you […]
Course categories are necessary for some of the useful functions in the High School V Planner; I encourage you to use the course categories. What are Course Categories in the V Planner?
At the end of the V Planner you will find a worksheet named Table. At table you will find records for everything. At the top of table you will find a sortable list of records.
AUC3 - Column 3 Plus Scores AUC3 displays the contents of lesson plan column 3 from the S-Sheets plus the student's running scores for semesters 1 and 2. It is controlled by AU lesson planner and
AUD - a Daily Lesson Planner AUD is a daily lesson planner that is printable. It is controlled by AU lesson planner.
Does AU stand for Alternate Universe? While the AU Lesson Planner is out of this world in magnificence and uniqueness, AU stands for Automatic.
AUB is a weekly lesson planner that is printable. It is controlled by AU lesson planner. It is the typical block-style lesson planner in which the dates are at the top of the page and the subjects run down the left side of the page. The nicest thing is that it is automatic and printable.
What are Master Lesson Plans? Why Should I Make Master Lesson Plans? How Do I Make Master Lesson Plans? What Planner Forms Should I Use for Master Lesson Plans?
My What's New page is updated with 16 items and rather than listing all 16 items here, I'll send you to What's New where you can see it all at once.
Sep.2014- Free Handwriting W/o Tears style handwriting lessons that are more or less coordinated with the book, Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons - Lessons 1 - 24
I am behind with updating this feed and the what's new page. Sorry about that.
Lined notebook paper in both color and gray scale - 4 Layouts of fully ruled, half ruled, left side ruled, right side ruled - 3 USA standard rule sizees
Page updated, files updated, and 2 new files -- The handwriting readiness lessons on this page are for children who need to practice writing the basic shapes of the printed letter
Printable handwriting practice file with 2 identical lessons for numbers 0 through 9. Each lesson has six lines of handwriting practice in which the student traces the numbers on a line and then writes the numbers without tracing on the next line.
There are 11 files in this group, each one, except for the blank, has a number spelled on a background of handwriting rule. The numerals are one through ten.
Printable Telling Time worksheets in three levels of difficulty for children who are in first grade through second grade level.
2013 Calendars, if you need one from my website, go print it now. The links to the 2013 calendars will soon be gone.
The 2015 Half-Sized Household Planner is online and ready to print.
This page features a small group of fact family worksheets. Grade level is probably 1 grade.
If you have ever wondered what is popular at donnayoung.org, then this page is for you. This page displays a list of the top 200 pages at donnayoung.org during the time period of August 15 through September 14.
This is a small group of lessons that feature one uppercase letter per line. For the most part, I've grouped the letters by stroke. Along with this small set, you will find two blank lesson printable files.
Ongoing- I am making handwriting lessons that are coordinated with Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons using HWT letters.
The purpose of the handwriting strips is to aid a student who is learning to write or needs to be reminded how written letters should look. The strips should be cut apart and attached to something that the student uses when writing, such as a notebook.
Each file features one letter and the placement of every letter is guided to a certain degree.
Double Line Printable Paper features a rule that has two lines instead of three. Papers come in 3 rule sizes, in landscape and portrait, fully ruled, blank top-each in 2 degrees of blankness, and landscape with 4 columns.
As of Friday night August 1, 2014, donnayoung.org, including the subscription website, is “Mobile Friendly”. Below is a blurry photograph of my newly purchased Kindle Fire and smartphone; items that I bought to […]
Most of the pages at donnayoung.org should look okay and be readable on all screen sizes.
I was wondering how everyone does their vocabulary. Do you use your spelling words or add in a few extras just for vocabulary? Do you test on them? I have been getting words from Donna's list, reading books, and spelling lists.
See See what was new during 2014 at donnayoung.org.