Saturday Morning Coffee: All My Favorite Printables

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Saturday mornings are the only quiet time I get to myself most weeks, and I save all the interesting reads that I find online for that time.  Today I wanted to share some of my favorite free printables that I have discovered.  I hope that you find something that will help make your day more enjoyable and your week more organized.

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1. Getting Organized for School from Samisill Cop.
This whole post is full of ideas to get everything organized for your kids.  I wish I would have done this years ago.  My favorite printable is the monthly calendars with the lines at the bottom.


2.  Printable Library from Emily Ley
Pretty much everything made by Emily Ley is AMAZING.  I have several of her pens and paperclips, which I love.  Her printable library does require that you sign up with an email, but it is worth it because she has so many checklists; my favorite is the spring cleaning one.  I suggest you check out her planners while you are there.





Academic Agenda, Daily or Weekly by Emily Ley

3.  Lesson Plan Template from Mrs. Jones' Creation Station
This is an adorable lesson plan template that you can type into.  Again, you have to have an email to get the printable.  I always like experimenting with new lesson plan templates, especially when I can type into them.

4.  Teacher Self Care from Sweet Sweet Primary
Sweet Sweet Primary created a calendar for teacher self-care.  Now it is decorated for October, but the list of self-care items on it is ALWAYS important and a good checklist for anyone.

5.  Downloads from Inkwell Press Productivity Co.
Inkwell Press' collection of printables is one of my favorites.  They have a packing list, a road trip list, a goal setting sheet, and a list of chores.  You will also need an email to sign up, but that is pretty standard.  They also have a 5 Minutes to Peak Productivity printable available through their podcast.

6.  Erin Condren Cards
Valentine's Day, Christmas, Mother's Day, Easter, and Father's Day cards all for free on the Erin Condren website.  My girls loved the coloring pages sampler too.

7.  Daily To-Do List from Simple as That
I should have had this one-pager for every one of those eleven snow days I had in January and early February because I probably would have felt much more productive.  There are spots for your top priorities, your events, and your meals.

8.  Banner Letters from Shanty-2-Chic
Each letter is a separate page, so no having to find the page number to print just the letters that you want.  I used this several years ago for family pictures.  You can also print them on colored paper or cardstock for an added brightness.


9.  Weekly Meal Planner from Neat House Sweet Home
When my girls start complaining that I am not cooking enough, I print a couple of these and create a plan for the following weeks.  With our busy schedules, take-out can sometimes become a staple.  This printable (which does require an email to access) has not only a meal plan but also a shopping list, which is handy if you are like me and always forget that one ingredient you do no have on hand.

10.  Yearly Calendar from Calendarpedia
Print this poster size on several sheets of cardstock using Adobe and you can plan anything for the whole year at once.  The rainbow colors and layout are perfect for year-long planning.  My office has one for my blog and my classroom has one for each class.

Do you have any go-to sites for printables that you love?



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