These would work great to help middle school, high school, or even upper elementary kids track their homework assignments and stay on track for the school year. For regular copy paper this 5 ream case of paper is one of the better deals.
For cardstock I really like this card stock paper on amazon.
I know this craziness well, so when “L” asked me if I could make up a half-size planner for her daughter I jumped right in.
The idea was simple, spread a week out over two pages, so there is plenty of room to write.
It is much cheaper than I have found in stores and has a good thickness for most projects without being so thick that it jams the printer.
For best results, download the image to your computer before printing.
I know it’s been a little while since I’ve done a Reader Request post, but stay tuned, because this monthly feature is coming back.
(and if I get in enough requests, it might end up being a twice monthly feature) If you need more options be sure to check out this collection of Free Printable Student Planners.
I know that we’re right smack in the middle of summer and the last thing we want to think about is the busy back to school season.
But whether or not we want it to come — back to school is coming, y’all.