Getting ready for the new school year typically involves lots of planning for the parents. But as kids get older, they can start to take more responsibility for their school schedule, whether they’re in public school or homeschool.
My boys are nuts about superheroes right now, so I just knew they’d love these Superhero Free Student Planner Pages! Read on to get them for your little superheroes too!
If your kids aren’t really digging the whole superhero motif, take a look at our Strawberry Friends Printable Student Planner Pages too! And for more tips to get your new homeschool year going, check out my list of things you DON’T need to homeschool!
Superhero Free Student Planner Pages
To use these free student planner pages, you’ll need the following: (Affiliate links are provided for convenience. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
This pack includes free student planner pages for each weekday (Monday through Friday).
Since they’re unlabeled, you can use them to schedule subjects or assignments or chores or whatever else you’d like for your kids!
The pages have spaces for items from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., which is typically the timeframe that students need to schedule.
And each page features a different superhero, including Superman, Batman, and Spiderman!
We structure our day like this for early elementary learners. But you can schedule yours however you see fit! Since each line is fairly long, you could even place more than one item on each line.
And, if you want to encourage your children to work independently, print a set for them to use and create their own schedule!
Scroll down to get your Superhero Free Student Planner Pages!
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And get ready for the new homeschool year with the ideas on my Homeschool Planning board on Pinterest!
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This post is part of the Superhero Unit Study roundup! Click over to read other superhero learning ideas from my fellow bloggers!
Batman Books for Kids from The Jenny Evolution
Preschool Super Hero Printable Pack from Schooling a Monkey
Superheroes Coloring Pages from Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
Superhero Obstacle Course in Nature from Frog Mom