We our proud to introduce our Free Student Planner Printable. This binder features 144 awesome printable pages to keep you organized through the entire school year.
This binder is perfect for students in middle school, junior high school, high school, and even undergraduate college students. Even if you aren’t a student, there is plenty here to keep you organized as well.
Student Binder Supplies
Before we dive into what is inside of the planner, let’s go over what you will need to set up the system properly. This post contains affiliate links which means that if you click on a link and make a purchase through that link, we may get a small commission. For more information, please refer to our disclosures here. Thank you! We appreciate your support.
- A 3 Ring Binder: You may have one already hiding on a shelf at your home which is great! But if you don’t have one, I like these here as well as these here
- Tab Dividers: These come in all different shapes, sizes and colors. I particularly like to kind with pockets for storing papers. I like these here and here and these are my favorite
- Markers for writing on your tabs: If you don’t want the lettering to smear, you can use any fine tip permanent marker. I like these here.
- A Printer: You can print them at your local print shop or office supply store. You can print them using your own printer as well. I own this printer here.
Free Student Planner Printable
Let’s take a look inside the FREE Student Planner Printable
The first thing that any planner needs is an awesome cover. This binder we think has that. We made it with bright and bold colors. There is enough room for the student’s name and additional contact information if you so choose.
School Schedule and Tracking
We included a Table of Contents at the beginning of the free student planner so you can easily see what printable is on what page. We have included a class schedule to keep the class, teacher, which period is that class, and location of the class all on one page. We included a class schedule for both 1st and 2nd semesters as we know that students don’t always have the same classes all year.
We have included a section where the student can track assignments given by the teacher. There is a place to track assignments given for every day of the week.
As a mother, teacher and avid book reader, I know how important reading is. Many classes have required reading, so we know how important it is to not only read, but track what students have read. We have included a book log to keep track of those books both required and just for fun.
Planning and Scheduling
I love year at a glance pages! I enjoy color coding and filling in vacation weeks (in red), school breaks (in purple), and any habit I am trying to track – like exercising. (I put a tiny green x over each day that I exercise.). It is easy to see how progress is going when looking at it for the entire year. The monthly calendar is a great place to write down assignments that are due, important dates and vacation days, as well as birthdays.
In school there always seems to be science projects, and other classroom projects the students work on throughout the year. Students occasionally plan and work on these alone or with a group. In our free student planner, we included The Project Planning page is a must to keep everything organized from project planning, to brainstorming and to track progress along the way. The weekly schedule for the entire school year and included July for those students who go to school in the summer. These pages can include work schedules, appointments, assignments, and to do lists. There is also a goals setting section on each week of the weekly schedule. Simply right down a goal or goals and continue to update the progress on that goal or goals in that section of the weekly schedule.
A student planner a page where students can list important contact information like phone numbers and email addresses. Of course most students and everyone else for that matter, has a list of friends and family’s contact information on their smart phones, but when our phones go missing or when the batteries die, do you have those numbers memorized? Most people don’t,
What about phone number to poison control, the doctor, etc. This can be a great reference for those numbers as well as email.
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