Free Planner Printables
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Happy Friyay! How about some free planner printables?

It’s friday! Woo! Time for another list of some freebies – this time there is a theme – planning! Back to school means planning for teachers, homeschoolers, moms and students, and have I got some great resources for you!

Did you know I have a bunch of free planner printables in my TPT store? I actually have quite a few of free products over there. 😉

You do need an account to download the products on Teachers Pay Teachers, but it’s free to sign up. PS. It’s free to sell products there as well and I have a free mini course on how to get started!

Onto the freebies:

Fun EDITABLE Monthly School Calendar 2019-2020 Printable

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12 month editable calendar for school year 2019-2020

Monthly Weekly Undated Planner Pages, Printable Stickers, Lists & More

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Undated (not editable) monthly & weekly planner along with some other fun things like stickers and lists.

Online Purchase Tracker Printable

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I made this out of my own need to keep track of what I’ve purchased online! This cute printable includes “what, $$ and why” to organize your purchases.

2020 Planner Covers and Spines for Binders Space Themed

Space Themed Planner Binder Covers and Spines Printable Free
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These are covers and spines in a space theme for planners or binders.

The Daily Do – Free Hourly Planner Insert

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Printable hourly to do list.

Teaching Essentials Printable Lesson Planner and more 2019-2020

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Huge, huge, huge. The zip file includes two separate planner PDFs – one full page to print and use alone and one formatted for adding to a binder. Calendars from January 2019 to June 2020. Parent Info, student lists, classroom inventory, lesson planning and so much more! Seriously, it’s huge.

Tips for printing:

When printing my products always use “fit to page” settings – I use Google Slides to create all my PDF’s and sometimes it makes the actual size wonky. I recommend printing full planners on 32 lb paper because it is heavy enough for ink not to bleed through and to add stickers or washi tape. Any stickers I usually print on full sheet white label paper (you can find a bunch on Amazon) and cut out by hand. I don’t have a fancy cutting machine.

Happy Planning!