I mentioned in my 2015 resolutions post that one of my goals for this year is to do tot school with E.
If you're unfamiliar, tot school is basically home schooling for little ones. If you want to get sucked into a black hole, search 'tot school' on Pinterest. I warned you!
Since E is still so young, our tot school activities will be pretty simple. But I still needed to plan everything out so I could make sure I had anything we needed on hand, and there wasn't nearly enough room for doing that in my own planner. Necessity is the mother of invention and all that, so I whipped up a simple tot school planner page featuring incredibly cute clip art from The Ink Nest (they have the best stuff and I think their prices are super reasonable).
Each page has space for planning a treasure basket of items for him to explore, activities, books to share, and a little extra space for any notes (like supplies I need to pick up).
I printed 26 pages (since we'll be going through the alphabet, one letter per week) on cardstock. The cover was also printed on cardstock and then adhered to a piece of chipboard. I bound everything together with my Cinch machine. You could also hole-punch the pages and store them in a binder, or have them bound at Kinkos or Staples.
Here are the .pdf files if you want to make your own tot school planner. I recommend turning off scaling when you print:
Obviously, these are for personal use only.
These printables are free for personal use. Clip art copyright belongs to The Ink Nest.