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It’s hard to believe but before we know it, Summer will be over and we’ll be back in the swing of another school year.
FREE 10 Page School Planner to Help You Get Organized
I’m trying to get ahead of things, so I’ve put together a school planner to help me keep track of important dates like my son’s first tour of the school classroom, the first day of school, and days that the kids are in testing.
In this post I’m sharing a FREE 10 Page School Planner to Help You Get Organized. Plus a quick tutorial on how to color code your planner to make it super simple to figure out what days are holidays, which days are for testing and so on. I used some cool new pens I picked up at Walmart. They mark in vibrant color and they’re erasable!
These free printable pages go above and beyond school event planning though, I’ve included some pages to help you plan for groceries and shopping as well as passwords for various websites you may visit or personal accounts.
This planer has everything you need for an entire year of planning. It includes:
- Password Tracker
- Month at a Glance (24 pages – printed)
- Birthdays and Events
- Weekly Menu Planner
- Shopping/Grocery List
- To Do List
- 2018-19 Year at a Glance Calendar
To get your FREE copy of the 10 Page School Planner just click the button below.
Download your FREE 10 Page School Planner
Video On How to Get Organized with this FREE 10 Page School Planner
I’ve designed this planner to be perpetual – I left it non-dated so that it can be used starting any time of the year.
How to Use Color to Stay Organized with the FREE 10 Page School Planner
Step 1: Print out the pages you’ll need for the next month or so. Or, you can do the whole year at once – it’s up to you.
Step 2: Find a clear spot on a desk or flat surface to update your pages.
Step 3: Print out the school calendar. Our school’s calendar comes in itty-bitty print. And it includes a bunch of stuff I don’t really need. Plus taking the time to transfer the info helps me stay on top of things. And it makes for the perfect reminder to hang on the fridge.
Step 4: Write out all the events onto the events planning page. I used a Pilot Pen, FriXion ColorStick in black, I love it’s smooth writing gel ink. It comes in a multipack of ten colors. The really cool thing… you can erase your mistakes when you use these pens.
Step 5: Highlight events to make it easy to recognize when a holiday or test day is about to come into play in your schedule. I used FriXion Colors Marker Pens (12pk Assorted). They mark in rich colors and the markers are erasable! Perfect for an imperfect planner like me!
- Red – For Testing Days – keep this in mind so you can help your son or daughter be prepared for any standardized tests.
- Green – School Breaks – no need to get the kids ready for school on these days
- Yellow – Holidays – Dates like Memorial Day, Mt. Luther King Day, and President’s Day
- Blue – Half days or Teacher in Service Days
With 12 pretty colors to choose from, the FriXion Colors Marker Pens are perfect for your planning needs!
Other important dates: parent teacher conferences, school special events, picture day, and the first and last days of school.
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Where to find Pilot Pen products like FriXion ColorSticks:
You can find everything you need to plan and prepare for the new school year at Walmart. I found the FriXion Colors Marker Pens FriXion ColorSticks at Walmart on the office supply aisles.
How do you plan ahead?
Do you have any special goals or plans for the school year? How do you plan ahead? Is there anything you’d like to see in this printable planner? Please leave a comment below and join the conversation. I love hearing from my readers!
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