I know this craziness well, so when “L” asked me if I could make up a half-size planner for her daughter I jumped right in.
The idea was simple, spread a week out over two pages, so there is plenty of room to write.
What is your favorite tip for keeping homework organized?
Let’s teach our kids how to budget their time with planners.
(I think I’m still in a little bit of time shock) Yesterday was his first full day of classes, and in typical high-school fashion, he came home with homework. That’s right, this one comes from one of you lovely readers.
You girls (and guys if there are any out there that read this little ole blog of mine) are the best, and being able to not just share printables with you, but to help you get the ones you want/need/have-spent-days-searching-for-but-couldn’t-find-exactly-what-you-were-looking-for, totally makes my day. With the new school year swinging into action, those of you with middle.
Did you survive the back to school craze with your sanity intact? Liam’s school seems very chaotic right now, as the teachers are busy finishing up final class assignments.
Hopefully, they’ll be in their new classes at the end of the day today.
I find it easiest to first click on the image to enlarge it, then drag and drop the image to my desktop, then print it from there.
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