Back-to-School Planning & Organizing [Ultimate To-Do List Pack | Home & Family Edition Customers]

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If you’re in the throes of getting kids back to school and setting up new routines for them – and yourself – then this is a great time to take advantage of the planners, schedules and worksheets in your Ultimate To-Do List Pack | Home & Family Edition.

I’ve listed below the ones you’ll find especially useful at this time of year, to make your life easier and your time more ordered.

By the way, if you’re looking for a planner or list for a particular purpose, this Two-Minute-Tip video shows you how to search quickly through your hundreds of lists. It’s a handy way to find what you’re looking for – fast.

Organize the Kids

  • Back-To-School Planner (By Category)
    Plan your shopping and task list for your child’s return to school with this list. Includes categories to prompt you.
  • School Information
    Use this data sheet to keep all of your child’s school contact information – plus subjects and teachers – in one place.
  • Child Data Sheet
    A handy all-in-one list for medical info, allergies, favorite things, favorite food, sizes. Great for travel and babysitters.
  • After School Activities
    A neat, at-a-glance planner highlighting after-school activities for the whole week for up to 3 children. Use weekly.
  • After School Checklist
    Monitor and tick off chores and homework assignments for the week, for up to 3 children. Great for the fridge.
  • School Reading List
    Help your child to complete reading assignments and tick them off with this list.
  • Child Goals
    Teach your child to set simple goals with this easy-to-use list. With school, music, sports, family, personal categories.
  • Exercise Log (By Child)
    Use this list if you want to track how much time each child spends exercising each day. 3 children per list.
  • Kids’ Rooms
    Create rooms the kids will love – and you will too! Use this list to get rid of old toys and clothes and rearrange things.
  • Kids’ Closets
    List items to donate– like outgrown clothes and shoes. Add colorful baskets to help kids look after clothes better.
  • Library Books
    Use this list to see at a glance which books are borrowed from which library, plus due date and date returned.
  • Computer Time Log (By Child)
    Use this list if you want to track how much time each child spends on the computer each day. 3 children per list.
  • Computer/Video Game Time Log (By Child)
    Use this list to track the time each child spends playing computer/video games each day. 3 children per list.
  • TV Viewing Time Log (By Child)
    Use this list if you want to track how much time each child spends watching TV each day. 3 children per list.

Organize the Family

  • Schedule: Daily (3 Timelines)
    Hourly time periods across 3 timelines let you keep track of up to 3 family members’ activities each day.
  • Reminders (By Family Member)
    Note daily reminders for up to 5 family members for the week at a glance. Handy for the fridge or corkboard.
  • To-Do List (By Person)
    Need to assign different tasks to particular family members? Use one of these to-do lists for each person.
  • To-Do List: Weekly (By Person)
    Need to split tasks across the week for various family members? Use one of these lists for each person’s week.
  • Monthly Planners – September 09 – June 10
    Keep track of school events, upcoming appointments, birthdays, anniversaries and reminders for the whole month.
  • Weekly Family Meals Planner (3 Meals)
    Plan the whole week’s breakfasts, lunches and dinners. You can also use this list as a roster for meal-related chores.
  • Weekly Family Meals Planner (5 Meals)
    Plan the family’s daily breakfasts, lunches, dinners and morning and afternoon snacks for the whole week ahead.
  • Healthy Food Checklist
    A motivating checklist to help your family eat more grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy/soy and/or protein each day.
  • Household Systems
    Keep a list of all household systems on one handy page – including pantry staples, daily and weekly chores, filing.

Organize Yourself

  • To-Do List: Daily (Do, Call, Email, Buy)
    Plan the day’s tasks and tick them off as you complete them. Batch calls, email, tasks and purchases to save time.
  • Schedule: Daily
    Create a sense of order for each day with this schedule. Includes hourly time periods and optional notes section.
  • Prepare-For-Tomorrow Checklist
    Chaotic mornings? Complete and tick off things you can do the night before – and enjoy a calm start to the day!
  • Weekly Budget (Blank)
    Keep tabs on weekly spending. Budget weekly expenses (planned) and update amounts (actual) to compare.

Share Your Organizing Tips!

Have you found cool ways to use your Home & Family lists? Please share!
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Michele | Get Organized Gal

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