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Printable checklists, calendars, labels, and more to keep your family's school life organized. Use the "Get Ready for School Checklist" in the morning, the "Weekly School Lunch Planner" for midday, and the "Homework Checklist" in the evening.

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Tie one of these tags to your child’s backpack, and it will stand out from the rest. Two tags (one each of two designs) print on a letter-size page. After printing, cut around the tags, fill in your child’s information, fold in half, and tape or glue shut. Punch a hole at the top, and attach to the backpack with ribbon or string. For best results, print on card stock or other heavier paper.
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Whether it’s making the bed before school, a doctor’s appointment midday, or sports practice and going home with a friend in the afternoon, a weekly schedule will help your child keep track of each day’s activities and important things to remember. After filling it out, your child can keep it in a binder or other spot that’s easy to access. Update weekly or as needed.
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Children can keep track of their growing libraries by identifying their books with a personalized nameplate. Two bookplates (one each of two designs) print on a letter-size page. It can be printed on a full-sheet label or on any paper of your choice. After printing, cut out the individual bookplates, write in your child’s name, and press or paste inside the book.
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Don’t forget a thing! This comprehensive printable checklist will help make sure all your i’s are dotted and t’s crossed before your child’s first day.
Number of Downloads: 13167  | Created on: 08/25/2008 hot icon

Do you allow your children to watch TV or play on the computer before doing their homework?

Yes - 31.6%
Sometimes - 25.4%
No - 37.4%

Total votes: 4919
The voting for this poll has ended on: June 25, 2016