Free Printable Kid’s Party Planning Page (3 of 3)

Today’s printable is part 3 of our Kid’s Party Planning package.

Check out Part 1 here.

Check out Part 2 here.

Kid's Party Planner Page 3 of 3 Color

The top section is, of course, the Party Theme.

The next section is for your comprehensive shopping list. Keep track of all of the food, decorations, and other supplies needed for your kid’s party.

Next is a section for you to keep track of the gifts from the party, with a corresponding section to check off thank you cards as they are written and sent out for each gift.

Lastly we have a section for you to plan party favors. I left this unlined, as some people may only be giving out one larger party favor, and other parties may call for multiple smaller favors. Either way, use the space to suit your party’s particular needs.

Here is the download for Part 3 of our Kid’s Party Planning package:

Kid’s Party Planner Page 3 of 3 Color

Kid’s Party Planner Page 3 of 3 BW

Enjoy!

Please note that these planner pages are for personal use only.

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Free Printable Kid’s Party Planning Page (2 of 3)

Today’s printable is part 2 of a 3-part series for Kid’s Party Planning.

Check out Part 1 of the Kid’s Party Planning package here.

Check out Part 3 of the Kid’s Party Planning package here.

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The top section is to write in the Party Theme.

Next we have a section to write down Decoration ideas – tablecloths, balloons, wall art, streamers, etc.

Then we have a section for Activities planned for the party – this could be games, arts and crafts projects, or whatever!

The next section is for Food and Drinks. I put two columns here so you can be as specific as you need to be. (Idea: having a potluck? Use one column for the guests name, and the other column for what they have committed to bring!)

Lastly is the To Do list. Jot down all of the things you still need to do for the part – pick up party favors, order a cake, call Aunt Marge and ask if she’s coming, etc.

Here is your download for Part 2 of the Kid’s Party Planning package:

Kid’s Party Planner Page 2 of 3 Color

Kid’s Party Planner Page 2 of 3 BW

Enjoy!

Please note that these planner pages are for personal use only.

 

Free Printable Kid’s Party Planning Page (1 of 3)

Today’s printable is actually part of a 3-part package for planning a kid’s party!

Click here for Part 2!

Click here for Part 3!

Kid's Party Planner Page 1 of 3 Color

Page 1 of the Kid’s Party Planning series starts with a section for the Party’s Theme.

Next is a section to fill in pertinent information about the party: the occasion for the party, the location of the party, and the date and time the party is scheduled for.

Next we have a sections for the guest list, the guests’ address (for sending invitations and thank you notes), and a section to write down the RSVP response. You could simply write Yes or No, or you can use the line to write down the number of guests coming per household.

Here is the download for Part 1 of the Kid’s Party Planning package:

Kid’s Party Planner Page 1 of 3 Color

Kid’s Party Planner Page 1 of 3 BW

Enjoy!

Please note that these planner pages are for personal use only.

Free Printable Goal Planner

Today I have a free printable Goal Planner for you guys!

Goal Planner

The first section is for setting your goals, or figuring out which areas you want to really focus in on. If you have multiple pages of goals, you could use this to prioritize overall (i.e. 1. Family 2. Marriage 3. Work 4. Friendships 5. Fitness), or you could use this to start drilling down within a specific area (i.e. Work: 1. Organization 2. Delegating 3. Deadlines etc).

The next sections are designed for you to list out your actual goals (i.e. Get 100 followers on the blog), and then write out some actions you can take to help make that goal a reality.

Here are your download links for both the Color and Black/White versions:

Goal Planner Color

Goal Planner BW

Enjoy!

Please note that these planner pages are for personal use only.

Free Printable Library Book Tracker

Today’s printable goes hand in hand with yesterday’s printable (the Books to Read List): a free printable Library Book Tracker!

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Perfect for any bibliophiles like me! I made it with columns for check out date and return date, plus the name of the book.

Here you go!

Library Book Tracker Color

Library Book Tracker BW

Enjoy!

Please note that these planner pages are for personal use only.

Free Printable Books to Read List

Today’s printable is another super simple, but cute one: a free printable Books to Read List.

Books to Read List

I always have a running list of books that I want to read. Every time I go to the library, I like having the list with me, because (1) half the time I can’t remember the names of the authors, and (2) just in case they don’t have it in stock/don’t carry the first book or two on my list.

Here are the downloads:

Books to Read List Color

Books to Read List BW

(Also check out our Library Book Tracker to help keep track of books you’ve check out of the library!)

Enjoy!

Please note that these planner pages are for personal use only.

Free Printable Weekly Tot School Planner

Today I created a free printable Weekly Tot School Planner for you guys with toddlers!

Weekly Tot School Planner

We “officially” started doing Tot School with Peanut just before Christmas, but we have been unofficially doing it for much longer (before, I didn’t know what it was called/that there WAS such a thing, and I didn’t plan anything out in advance). Now that I’m only working on the weekends, I have more time to devote to actually planning activities and putting together tot boxes for her (we use boxes, not trays, in our house).

That being said, I needed a planning page (of course!). Every week I try to have a theme in mind – this can be a specific theme (holiday, a specific animal, a habitat, a letter, a color, etc), or it can be more general (gross motor skills, outdoor play, water play, etc).

The six small boxes are for you to plan your tot boxes/tot trays. I fill these in the week before, along with any other supplies I need prior to the start of the week. As for actually buying supplies, trust me when I say you have PLENTY of stuff already around your house to do tot school!

However, my two favorite stores to hit up when I’m looking for something specific are the Dollar Tree and the 99 cent store. I only allow myself to spend $5 per week on tot school supplies, so these places give me the biggest bang for my buck. For example, leading up to Christmas, I purchased a set of giant jingle bells, some Christmas foam stickers, and some Christmas erasers. At home I already had Christmas cookie cutters, and I printed out Christmas coloring pages and a snowman outline to use with some letter stamps I already had. Tot school for Christmas week: $3.24.

Then you have sections for each day of the week. You can either use these boxes to plan your week with your tot, OR fill them out with the activities and skills that your tot actually practiced (as you know, sometimes tot school plans get derailed), to help you keep track of what skills could use some more work in the future, and which skills your tot is mastering and may be ready to grow on.

The last section is just Notes: to yourself, ideas for future tot school plans, what worked well, what was a disaster… whatever!

I really hope you enjoy the Tot School Planner!

Weekly Tot School Planner Color

Weekly Tot School Planner BW

Enjoy!

Please note that these planner pages are for personal use only.