I have been working on getting organized for next school year. I know, I know, it’s not even summer break yet. However, getting all these details hammered out now, will hopefully free me and my student up to really enjoy our summer.
One of the changes I am looking forward to making in our homeschool, is getting my oldest to follow a written schedule.
Towards the end of this year, I felt like she was asking me every few minutes, what was next. By creating her own planner, she will be able to see what her tasks are, and check them off as she goes. (Since she is already my super-organized child, I’m guessing this new system will work well.?)
Student Planner Pages
I made a handful of different layouts and options. Not only so I can share these planner pages with my other homeschool moms and teacher friends, but I can switch it up for my kids as needed.
Also, I did NOT put any specific dates in. I really want my daughter to practice writing the dates in and getting more familiar with planning and calendars. Besides, I can use the pages for years to come. ?
How to Build Your Planner
If you want to use these planner pages to build a planner for your student, you can get your download at the bottom of this post.
How to build your planner:
- Open a new word or presentation document. (Such as: Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Keynote, Pages, etc)
- Choose the cover and pages you want to use.
- Place them in the order you want. Drag and drop, then adjust the pages to fit, by dragging the corner to the outer edge of the paper.
- Place your printed, planner pages into a three-ring binder or have it bound at a local print shop.
The contents of this download include:
To Get the Student Planner Pages Download
Other Planner Options:
If you would like a planner that is already assembled and all you have to do it print and put it in a binder, here are a couple options I put together:
Do your students use a planner? And if so, how is it working?
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