Back-to-school season is here and families are scrambling to get ready for the new school year. Being organized for back to school can be easier with a little help from the internet. Over the years I’ve created several printables that will help you to manage your morning routines, school lunches, and even meal planning for those busy nights. In this post, you will find back-to-school printables to help you get organized and have the best year yet!
Going from carefree summers back into a regular schedule is difficult for children of all ages. Even my teenagers struggle with this transition. Let’s be honest, the schedule change is difficult for parents too.
Creating and practicing daily routines or rhythms helps children to learn how to manage their time, gives them predictability so they know what to expect, and allows them to become more independent.
When you download the morning routine chart you will receive two different styles to use.
After School can be just as hectic as mornings so I’ve also created an after-school routine chart. My kids would come in the door and dump all of their backpacks, lunch boxes, and coats in the middle of the living room and head straight for the snacks.
Creating an after-school routine for them really helped them to know what the expectations are so they don’t leave a disaster in their wake every day.
Getting enough sleep on school nights is more important than ever during these first few weeks of school. I found my bedtime routine chart to be one of the most useful tools to help teach my children good habits before bed and help them create a routine that helps them to wind down each night. When you download the bedtime routine chart you will receive two styles to use.
Making school lunches doesn’t need to be a struggle. A little organization goes a long way. Having a list of ideas for your child’s school lunches will help make packing lunches easier. This list will help you provide your kids with yummy and healthy lunches to help them get through the day.
Have a little fun with these FREE printable lunch box notes. If you’re looking for something different you might like some of these
- Inspiring notes for kids or these
- Motivational Cards for kids
- Unicorn Themed notes
- Wacky Facts and Laughs for Kids
- Knock Knock Jokes for kids
- Lunch Box Notes for Kindergartners
If you are a homeschooling parent then you know how important it is to stay organized. You might find my printable weekly schedule for kids helpful. These blank printable daily schedules for kids are free to download and you can customize them for each child in your home.
Meal planning is my jam! I love talking about it and I love helping moms find a meal planning method that works best for them. Over the years I have shared several ways to meal plan. You can find more information about weekly meal planning and download your own printable weekly meal plan worksheets by reading the post here.
If you have an instant pot you might enjoy this post, Instant Pot Recipes for Back to School.
Food Storage and Stockpiling are not just for emergencies. Our food stockpile helps us have our most used food items on hand at all times. From pantry foods to filling our freezer; having an inventory helps me to shop less and plan meals around what we already have.
Every year I create FREE printable Calendars that you can download and use all year long. Click on the month below to find the 2023 Calendars.