Weekly schedule template

MOnday Tuesday etc in magnetic letters

Developing organisational skills is a necessary (and often slow) part of growing up - so here's a handy template you can use with your children over and over again.

Learning how to make time for homework, study, chores, part-time jobs and so on is a vital skill for all kids, but it's one that we need to teach them by example.

Due to popular demand on our Facebook page, we've published our weekly schedule template (docx 15 KB). This format works well for teens, because it's so visual. Print one for their desk, one for the fridge and one for their school bag to help keep them on track.

For ease of use, we've kept it as a Word document. To personalise it, simply click on the cell you wish to change and type. If you need to add or delete cells and don't know how, read these simple instructions.

Using colour-coding may make it easier for some kids to follow. For more information on helping your child develop their organisational skills,  watch these Tips to make school easier by teacher and mum, Katherine Bricknell

Printed schedule


 

 

 


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