Organising Weekend Activities For Your Kids

Raising kids isn’t easy – the food, medicine, clothes, school, extra-curricular activities and keeping them entertained can get a bit expensive. But, it’s part of being a parent. To raise healthy and happy kids is the primary goal of any good parent.

Fortunately, most kids today can be easily entertained in a local park, at home or even the backyard. There should always be a balance between traditional playtime and spending time with their hi-tech toys.

But at the end of the day, all you want to do is spend quality time with them because you will surely treasure the last few years when they grow up, go to high school and be with their friends, move out, when they go to college and probably live in another state when they start their own family.

While they’re young, why not make weekend activities with your kids with the help of the Get Organized Wizard Weekend Activities to-do list create activities for them or track where they need to be.

Step-by-Step Guide To Creating and Using the Weekend Activities To-do List

Step 1: Download the Weekend Activities (20.42) To-do List PDF

The Weekend Activities To-Do List is one of our ultimate to-do list packs for the family offered as a free printable and interactive to-do list.

Click here to download the Weekend Activities to-do list

Step 2: Choose How To Use the Weekend Activities To-do List (20.42)

You can either:

  • Click on the Weekend Activities To-Do List (20.42) in the PDF list and then print it out.
  • Click on the Weekend Activities To-Do List. There are three rows and columns for up to three kids and subdivided to morning, afternoon and evening for Saturday and Sunday. Just type the activities for each of your kids to keep track of them. Save the PDF after you’re done.

FREE Printable To-Do Lists

To help you get started, click here to download the free, interactive to-do lists, including Weekend Activities to-do list.

Click here to get you started with your to-do list.

 

 

 

 

Jon Capistrano

Jon is a researcher and writer, as well as avid scooterist and musician.

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