I created this Weekly Planner Printable for Kids to make it easier for children to develop good productivity habits early. By using this weekly planner printable, kids learn to be organized, self-sufficient, and responsible.
This weekly planner printable was designed specifically with kids in mind. There are spaces for homework and chores.
Plus, the bright colors and fun font match the whimsical spirit of kids. With my own planner, I know I’m far more excited to use it when just looking at the design brightens my mood. I hope the design of this weekly planner printable for kids inspires them to use it regularly.
How to Use the Weekly Planner Printable for Kids
This weekly planner is designed for kids to easily see at a glance what their week looks like so they can plan ahead and be prepared. The planner includes four categories.
Kids can use this section to keep track of events like practices, games, recitals, and special events (e.g. field trips or school spirit days). My daughter’s school has a time block that is different each day – library, P.E., music, and art so she can track those days here.
This way, your child will have an easy visual reminder to prepare for that day’s events, whether it’s packing a bag lunch for a field trip or wearing tennis shoes for P.E.
In addition to daily homework assignments, this section is great for breaking down big projects into smaller tasks. For example, for a book report, your child might read the book on Monday, create the outline on Tuesday, and write the rough draft on Wednesday, and complete the final draft on Thursday to hand in Friday.
This section is especially helpful if your child has a different chore for each day of the week. It’s also a handy place to keep track of extra chores performed if you pay them for tasks above and beyond their normal responsibilities.
4. A Little About My Day
It’s so important for kids to be able to evaluate and express their feelings. This section is a small, unintimidating way to encourage your child to reflect on how the day went and write a few short words to express what stood out about the day.
Whether your child wants to “grade” the day, use an emoji to indicate what kind of day it was, or write down one highlight from the day – this space is the perfect place to look back on the day, assess it, and then look ahead.
How Do I Get the Weekly Planner Printable for Kids?
Easy! Just fill in the form below the image to get a .pdf version of the weekly planner printable for kids.
More Printables for Kids
If you have younger kids, you might prefer this printable daily routine. It’s a great visual tool to help younger kids stay on task.
My biggest struggle when my kids were younger was getting them to brush their teeth twice a day. If you have the same problem, this printable tooth brushing chart might be helpful.
Another great way to help your children be independent is to let them pack their own lunches. If you’re worried that they’ll only pack junk food, use this “What to Pack for Lunch” printable to help guide them towards healthy choices.
Does your child struggle with a different area of responsibility? If so, tell me about it in the comments so I can help find a solution.