Creating A Homeschool Vision Book

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Creating A Homeschool Vision Book

I have talked about the importance of setting intentions when planning your homeschool. It is one of the first things you should do. What better way to set intentions than to create a tangible book that you can go back to throughout the year, let’s say every day, and refocus on your goals. Creating a vision book for your homeschool is not only a fun and simple way for the whole family to get on the same page it is also a great way to teach your children about setting goals and intentions for themselves. Before we begin, please take a moment to pin this post to your homeschool board.

What is a Vision Book?

Have you ever heard of a vision board? It is usually a bulletin or poster board filled with a collage of quotes, images, artwork and everything that inspires or encourages you. It is a great tool to help you manifest or attract things you want, including what you want to achieve. It is also a good tool to help you focus on things you want to accomplish.

This is in a book form, kind of like a scrapbook, where you can see a visual representation of the things you would like to achieve in your homeschool this year.

How Can A Homeschool Vision Book Help You?

A homeschool vision book can help you if you:

  • Trying to stay focused
  • Have multiple ages in your homeschool
  • Tracking your goals
  • Setting intentions
  • Getting your children excited to plan
  • Trying to find a place to get started in planning.

I am super creative, and I love taking out all the art supplies to create something. My homeschool planner is even filled with stickers and washi tape. If you are a visual person like I am, then this may be the best place to start when it comes to putting all your ideas in one place. Sometimes seeing images and not just a bunch of words helps bring clarity.

What to think about before creating your homeschool vision book?

When setting up your homeschool vision book, think in terms of the overall atmosphere you’d like to create, behavior you would like to see from everyone including yourself, accomplishments your children and you would like to achieve throughout the year. Take a moment to write down a few terms, phrases, and images that come to your mind. Don’t forget to let your kids in on every step of this journey.

I personally like the idea of dedicating a page to each person, or a page to each subject that you will cover in your homeschool.

Adding handwritten goals, books, or supplies you want to include in your study, and affirmations to help you along the homeschool year.

Gather Supplies for Your Homeschool Vision Book

Next, gather materials, whether you are cutting photos from magazines or printing them from the internet, collect your images and phrases, use family photos. You will also need crafting supplies such as scissors, tape, glue, pens or markers, stickers (optional). You can use a notebook. We used one of those blank books little kids can write stories in.


Once you have brainstormed and gathered all of your supplies. It’s time to get to work and have fun creating your vision book for the homeschool year. Cut out your images, stick them on the pages, and breathe life into your homeschool planning. Have fun and put the book in a handy place like your morning basket, where you will look at it every day!

A vision book is a great way to get your mind focused on the things that really matter to you and your children. It is a great way to set an intention for the year and to get everyone on the same page. This year set your homeschool off with a purpose focused on a mission and ready to accomplish those goals.

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