Summer days can be fun AND have some structure. Get your Summer Planner for kids–it’s a FREE printable!
Schooooools out for summer!!
Here we go again. Summer is here and as a work-at-home mom who doesn’t have any childcare, I have to figure out how to make our days somewhat structured, but still fun.
If I don’t do any planning at all, my kids will without doubt choose electronics all day, everyday. I wish I could say they will, on their own accords, put away the iPad and choose to go on hikes in nature, but it takes me being intentional to make that happen.
Having a little structure can help keep your kids learning, have less fighting among siblings, and make your home more calm and happy. I’m not saying every minute has to be planned, but having a general idea of what the kids will do each day can make a huge difference. Even if you aren’t a planner by nature, I urge you to give it a try this summer and see what happens!
I have a Summer Planner free printable pack for you if you need a little help with structure this summer. It’s a printable planner so you can plan your week and every day will have a little something for the kids. When it’s a free-for-all and nothing is planned, chaos ensues over here. Anyone else?
The planner includes ideas for themed days, a chore chart, and ideas on what to do each day. There’s a blank weekly planner that you can fill out at the beginning of each week so you have an idea of what you’ll be doing each day. I love getting the kids involved in the planning and this is perfect for that.
I included a variety of ideas that can work and be adapted to a number of different age levels, from toddlers to tweens. This planner is the perfect companion for the Summer Bucket List printable I provided a few weeks back.
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