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Free kids planner

We have already shared a kickass parent planner (!), so what else can we do, but give you a free kids planner too. We have made this as flexible as possible, so that you can pretty much use it for whatever works for your family whenever. There are a few specific pages in there, and then a nice little section fo free-form doodling. Because – well, younger kids like to be creative right?

Free Kids Planner

This planner consists of five pages covering the following:

  • Planner cover, where you can add your children’s name,
  • Focus for the day – print this multiple times of course, if you need it. The idea is it provides structure for a single day, as and when you need it,
  • Reading list: You can use this whenever to help your child keep track of what they are reading, and what they enjoy
  • Chore list: to help them tick their chores off as and when they are done, and
  • Doodle page: To have a spot of fun.

We want this to be as flexible as possible, and to work with as many children as possible to, so it is there to be used as they, and you prefer; naturally.

How might you use the free kids planner?

This is up to you, within the confines of what we have provided for you. You could just use it as a doodle pad, and just print page five if you prefer, and that’s what your kids like! Some thoughts are:

  • Help with home-schooling; the first page can be printed daily, and then used as you like. Add the times for specific tasks, or just the three things that you would love to get done with your child today. Alternatively, the three things might actually be the three things that your child had fun doing during the day, or the things that made them happy that day. Do what works for you and your children. Some kids like structure, and some, hate it! *cough*
  • Focusing on being kind. If you follow KiddyCharts, you will know Kindness is important to us. So we have included this within the planner to help kids to be kind, and to think of the times during the day when they want to be kind, or will be,
  • Keep track of their reading and chat about what they have enjoyed with you, and also what they learned from the books they have read,
  • Make sure the chores are getting done; this could work well alongside our reward charts of course.

We are sure you can think of lots of other ways to use the resource too.

Just in case you want to see more of the resource – here are the pages for you to take a look at.

Free Kids planner cover

We love wild animals – can you tell? We’ve got loads of them on the cover to make this bright and interesting for the kids. Or as much as we can do anyway…

Free Kids Planner for younger Kids

Kids planner: My day

Just a simple way of presenting a child’s day, broken down into various different sections that you can use how you and your children want. Any feedback on this, do let us know.

Free Kids Planner by Day

Reading list

Your reading list, so you can chat about what you have read with your children, or what they are enjoying at the moment, and why.

Free Kids Planner Daylong Reading List

Chore tracker

Add the chores with your children, and tick off, or get them to colour in as they go along. If you want a more personalised approach, our reward charts rock. You can add in a photograph, and pick your own chores. They are all free too.

Free Kids Chore Planner

Doodle board

Finally, a little bit of free form fun with Lion on the doodleboard at the back of the planner. You can print this multiple times of course.

Kids Doodle Board

We think this is gorgeous, and easy to adapt to your family.

To download the planner…

<< Click on the circular image below and volia – it is yours >>

We do hope you like this planner, and so do your kids, or school. We do have a few other ideas for planner / calendars on the site, so take a look at these as well:

Planners and Calendars on KiddyCharts

Some more ideas for planners, journalling and calendars on KiddyCharts

We also have some fabulous daily challenges which you might like to have a go at too with the kids? Some are also suitable for you as well.

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Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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