This year your family is going to be organized and ready to start the school year off right with these Back to School Checklist, Countdown and Supplies Printables. There is nothing better than feeling stress-free and prepared during the crazy times of school starting. That calm, cool and collected mom in the drop off lane is going to be you this year!
🏫 Why These Work
Everything in One Spot | Take the general checklist and match it up to what the school sends you and you are ready to head to Target or Walmart to buy everything you need to get back-to-school shopping done in minutes. Don’t forget to check at Staples, CVS, Walgreens or your local grocery stores. They often have hidden deals that the big box stores don’t.
Print, Fill In and Go | These pages are made to be freebies and ones you can print out again and again with no cost to you (my favorite kind!). Print them out and get organized.
These Work for Traditional, Homeschool or Virtual | No matter how your family approaches education, these three pages are the solutions you are looking for when you want to streamline your family’s day to day life getting ready for the school year.
🎒 What’s Included
There are three pages included in this freebie set for your organizational binder or Mom Binder (you have a mom binder, right?)
School Supply List | Take note that there are lots of spaces for you to add in the special items that the teacher is looking for. Print off a couple for each kiddo in the house. Don’t buy a lot of “extras” until you receive the official list from your child’s teacher. That would include personal items that are allowed in the classroom. This is especially important when you may purchase X brand pencils but to only find out that the teacher’s policy is to take all of the pencils in class and combine them and then hand them out. Your child *may* not get exactly what you purchased so go in with your eyes wide open. This is a great time to buy those special items and have them at the homework station at home.
Back to School Checklist | This is everything you will want to do PRIOR to school starting so your family can start the school year off stress-free, or at least less stress than prior years. This includes dentist appointments, buying supplies, setting up bed times, setting up meal plans and setting up homework stations. This also includes First Day of School Photos and making sure they have healthy breakfasts.
Back to School Countdown | Whether you choose to cross off, place a sticker on each day as you countdown or fill in each block, the countdown keeps the family on track for the upcoming school year.
These are so easy to use and they will be in your hands in minutes.
Step One: Click on the link for the Free Back to School Printables. It will open in a new tab. Click on File -> PRINT or just save it to your desktop for future use.
Step Two: When the box comes up to PRINT, you can print all three of the pages or simply choose which page you need right now.
🍳 Time Saving + Stress Free Recipes
The fall is one of the traditional times to get your family back into a routine or start new routines. Whether you want to start everyone out with a hearty homemade meal or have delicious sit down meals for everyone in under 30 minutes, we’ve got so many ideas to help all of those goals come true.
Hearty Homemade Breakfasts
All of the breakfasts we have on Savor and Savvy are either true make ahead or they are done in just a few minutes so you and your family can get out of the door quickly.
How to Scramble Eggs in the Microwave in 2 Minutes (Make Ahead)
15 Grab and Go Recipes Cookbook (Free)
Kids end the school day hungry and many times they are headed to the next activity with no fuel in them to get through to dinner. These are tried and true staples our family used for years.
30 Minute or Less Dinners
Start training your brain to save those long (over 30 minutes) dinners for the weekends. Weeknights with kids in school is just too hard to do without a lot of stress. Carve out just 30 minutes so you can focus on reading lists, practicing multiplication tables and science projects to help your kids instead of cooking.
Quick and Easy 30 Minute Meals
How to Meal Prep Chicken in the Air Fryer
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