The school holidays are upon us once again, and all you hear is the cry of "what are we doing today?"
I love to see things planned out visually, so I often use a paper planner which I put on the fridge where everyone in the family can see it and I can write out what everybody is doing during the week.
Here is the planner that I use to organise my school holiday week than with a printable week planner that you can pin up so that all the family can see it?!
So I decided to share my planner for other parents who are tired of being asked the same question! Now you can just say "Look on the Fridge!" or noticeboard, or wherever you post things.
If your kids are too young to read you could draw a picture of the planned activity, or maybe use stickers.
First up, here is a planner for half term holiday week.
Halloween: 30+ Non-Food Halloween Treats Brilliant for kids with food allergies
Autumn Fun: Harvest Festival Activities for Kids Crafts for harvest time
Next we have a whole week planner for any school holiday week. This one runs from Monday to Sunday for people who think the week runs that way.
Finally we have a whole week planner for any school holiday week which runs from Sunday to Saturday for people who think the week runs that way. I'm not getting into that argument.
Are there any other types of planners that you would find useful? Let us know!
About eParenting: eParenting was started by Jacqui O'Brien in 2004. At the time her kids were 1 and 4 and kept her nice and busy. Now they are teenagers and still keeping her pretty busy!