I had so much fun working on this one, and then I decided to have even more fun and make two! Oh and don’t forget that I’m offering Free Personalization for the Family Homecare Printable (see here) from now until September 30th, 2013.So hop on over and fill out the form if you would like a copy of your own.
Find a way to keep track of assignments and due dates, and try to fit in a little room for keep track of upcoming tests, and if possible a spot for a to do list or notes. Each day there is space for jotting down the class, the assignment and the due date.
Add in some fun colors and some pretty fonts, and you’ve got a student planner! I opted to just do school days, so if anyone wants one with space for the weekend, let me know in the comments and I’ll see what I can do.\ As always, these are here for you to download and enjoy, just simply click the photos.
These would work great to help middle school, high school, or even upper elementary kids track their homework assignments and stay on track for the school year. For regular copy paper this 5 ream case of paper is one of the better deals.
For cardstock I really like this card stock paper on amazon.
If you want a little more guidance then check out our tutorial on how to use picmonkey.
This school year at a glance calendar might be a good idea for students to keep in their binder.
There’s also another row where remarks can be written!
Write out your to-do lists and course activities with this one-page homework planner.
They can even write what they are looking forward to over the weekend!
Use this free printable student homework planner template to track homework this school year or to help your kids or students track their homework.