Do you want to create a memorable summer with your kids but don't know where to start or how to keep it all organized? Look no further than the Summer Schedule Planner! This is jam-packed with ways to keep a good summer routine while still packing in all of the fun stuff! This listing includes TEN PAGES
June, July, and August colorful calendars are a fun way to keep you organized over the summer. Kids love to know what to expect so filling in the calendar with fun summer activities is a sure way to keep the kids excited.
Daily Schedule (Filled Out)
Kids thrive on having a routine and a schedule. This daily summer schedule is a great way to keep some sort of order to your summer days. It also allows you a mental break for a while during the quiet time and screen time hours. But it still allows for some memory-making each day!
Daily Schedule (Editable)
This is the same print as above only it is an editable file (using Adobe) so that you can customize your own times and activities! No two families are the same so this allows you to create the schedule that works best for you!
Weekly Schedule Themes
Having themed days of the week provides you and your kids some variety! Now your kids know exactly what days you go to the pool so they aren't asking you every day. This sheet includes one recurring theme for each day of the week along with a list of ideas of things you can do for that day!
Screen Time Checklist
This is a great reference sheet for kids to know what things they need to accomplish before they are allowed to have Screen time.
Screen Time Checklist (Blank)
This is the same as the sheet above except the checklist items are editable! Feel free to add in the chores, or activities that you want your kids to do before they have the privelages of screen time.
Kids Behavior Chart (Filled out)
This behavior chart is great for helping kids visualize how they are behaving. You can easily have one chart per family. I recommend putting it on the fridge where everyone sees it often. Each child should have a small picture of themselves or some sort of marker that can be moved up and down on the chart. If you want, you can have an extra incentive if they reach “Way to go” or punishment if they get to “Oh no!” such as no playing with friends or going to be early. Get creative!
Kids Behavior Chart (Editable)
This chart is the same as above but you can edit the labels to fit the needs of your family!