A planner is a workbook that will help you stay motivated and on track. I know that when students get homework, they often forget to write it down and end up missing assignments. My student planner is here to help with that!
It includes pages to help you set goals, manage your time and stay on task. It also has a section for keeping track of your homework and assignments. These worksheets are perfect for all students.
What’s the Best Way to Use the Student Planner?
So you’ve got your free, printable student planner. Now what? I recommend using the planner as a workbook that you can fill out ahead of time, at the beginning of the semester. This helps you keep track of all assignments, projects, and tests. It also gives you an idea of how much work is required for each class so that you can plan accordingly.
The goal is to use this student planner to keep track of your progress throughout the school year—and beyond. In addition to planning for big events like papers and exams, use it to plan your day-to-day life by scheduling daily tasks such as study sessions and extracurricular activities. You’ll be surprised at how much easier it is to feel in control when you write down what needs to be done each week—and checking it off feels pretty great too!
Of course, if you’re already taking advantage of Google Calendar or another online tool then printables might not be right for you—but if not I encourage giving them a try! They’re free after all!
What’s in the Student Planner?
Some pages that you will find inside:
- Calendar: To keep track of important dates.
- To-Do List: This is a long list of all the things you need to accomplish in a week. It’s helpful because it keeps you organized and prevents you from forgetting anything important! Each week, go through the list and check off the things that have been completed. At the end of each day, take a look at your weekly checklist to see what still needs to be done for that week.
- Goal Tracker: Your goals are important! They can be big or small but they are something you want to achieve. Use this space to write down your goal and then track your progress until it is achieved!
- Weekly Schedule: Keep yourself organized by writing down all of your tasks, appointments, and homework assignments for each day of the week.
It comes with fun and colorful pages. Students can print as many as they want. Let learning be easy and enjoyable.
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Free Printable Student Planner that you can print on an 8.5 x 11 paper size. Click on the image to download the printable. You can also check our How to Print.