It’s back to school time again. Your counters are probably covered in papers to sign and you’ve just finished perfecting your set up for your kid’s back to school pictures. Now, it’s time to get organized. For my new visitors, I have been sharing free printables each Friday for a family binder. There so much information we have to have at our finger tips as a parent. While phones are great for quick information, they’re not always available to everyone in the family or every visitor. By creating a family binder, you’re putting all of the important resources easily available to those caring for your children (including you).
Now that school has started, it’s time to get organized so that you school year runs smoothly. How many times have you had to call over to the school only to go searching for the number, the nurse’s name, or the name of the front office secretary that helps you every. single. time. you need something. Or maybe you’re planning your kid’s birthday party and can’t remember the name of your child’s newest best friend’s parents (and how do you keep the Ashley’s straight?) You need to have a system. These family binder and/or planner inserts will help you keep track of all of those morning mental notes you forget as soon as your kid spills an entire cup of milk on the floor.
Don’t like your handwriting? It’s okay! (I don’t like my chicken scratch either). These forms come with a PDF that you can input information in yourself BEFORE you print. Have more than one kid? No problem! You can print these as many times as you’d like.
Looking for some more back to school planner fun? Check out these free back to school planner and calendar stickers. They’re our most popular download!
School Planner Inserts and Family Binder Inserts
The set includes:
- school information sheet at a glance
- school schedule (for middle/high school students)
- classmate contact information sheet (great for teachers, too!)
Notes on Using the School Info Printables
- They come in Letter size, A5, and Classic Happy Planner. For the mini, print the A5’s at 79%.
- If you print the letter size, I suggest getting a 1 or 1 1/2 inch binder.
- The style for the printables will remain the same: simple and black and white (except for the covers). I don’t want you to use up all of your ink trying to print out these printables, Also, just because I love pink, doesn’t mean you all would have wanted pink organizers.
- Colors may vary. Printers print differently depending on many factors. (The printer I use is a more expensive unit that uses pigment ink).
- Print on cardstock for added durability. (this is my favorite from Amazon)
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