A Printable School Planner Moms and Students Will Love

This printable school planner is flexible for moms and students to get organized for back to school.

It's official. My twins are registered for kindergarten and the back to school madness has begun. 

We've had 2 years of preschool to help get us ready but I know this year will be different, with the boys in different classes and a full day of school all week long. 

The only way I know to prepare myself for back to school is to get organized, and for me that means having a place to write everything down. Once I have my school planner in place I'll have the tools I need to organize our schedule, our to do lists, and our school calendar - all in one spot. So I've created this printable School Planner  just in time for back to school, and I've made it flexible enough for moms and students of all ages to use.

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 Printable School Planner for Moms and Students

When I was looking for school planners I found plenty for students, but they didn't have the things I needed as a mom. And my kindergarteners are too young for a planner (we use our kids command center to keep them on track).

This printable school planner is flexible enough for moms and kids to use, and has everything you need to get organized for the school year. You can mix and match the pages to make a planner for yourself and one for your student. And the best part is the pages can be resized to fit any planner, even my favorite Happy Planner!

Inside the Printable School Planner

Inside this 25 page printable, you'll find:
  • Front and Back Covers including a space for your name and information.
  • School Information Sheet - important contact information, addresses, and classroom information on one easy to find page.
  • Lunch Ideas Planner - a place to list out all your kids' favorite lunch items and snacks, so that you're not struggling to come up with new ideas every week.
  • Weekly Lunch Planner - a sheet to plan lunches for the entire week so you can make things ahead of time and reduce morning stress (this page can also be laminated and hung in the kitchen as a reusable dry erase board).
  • Before & After School Checklists - a place to help you and the kids to stay on track with the morning routine, any morning chores, and a list of items to remember before heading out the door. The after school checklist helps track homework, any afternoon chores, along with other daily to dos.

  • Important Dates - see the entire year on one page and note important dates you need to remember.
  • Daily To Do List - a detailed day at a glance with room for assignments, notes, and more.
  • Weekly Planner - a page for each week to note important events, due dates, and must dos.
  • Weekly Schedule - a 2 page spread with hourly markers to plan your days.
  • Undated Monthly Calendars - 12 undated monthly at a glance calendars that you can customize and use year after year.
  • Project Tracker - use this for yourself or for the kids, to track big projects and assignments (the science fair, a bake sale, classroom projects, etc.)


Assembling Your School Year Planner

You have a lot of options to make this planner work for you. That's the beauty of using a printable planner! And you can also mix and match the pages to suit your needs or to customize a planner for mom or a planner for the kids.

Mom's Planner may include:
  • Front and Back Covers
  • School Information Sheet
  • Lunch Ideas
  • Lunch Planner
  • Important Dates
  • Month at a Glance
  • Daily To Do
  • Weekly Schedule

And depending on your child's age, a student planner can have:
  • Front and Back Covers
  • Important Dates
  • Before and After School Checklists
  • Week at a Glance
  • Daily To Do
  • Project Tracker

Again, you can customize this planner to fit your needs. 


Add the pages to your existing planner or use it on its own - I'm creating a school section in my regular Happy Planner. Watch the video below to see how to resize these pages to fit any planner!

Or you can use a three hole punch and a binder with folders and dividers. Whichever option helps you to feel organized and ready for the school year. 

Find lots of ways to get organized here, including printable planners, back to school tips, and more!

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Get organized for back to school with a printable planner that moms and students can use! Works with any planner including Happy Planner. Includes school information, lunch ideas, before and after school checklists and more. The perfect back to school planner. #backtoschool #planners #parenting #organizing

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