Looking for a way to organize homework? Use this free printable assignment tracker to get organized for back to school.
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Can you believe it’s back to school season already? Although I love summer, I have to admit that back to school is one of my absolute favorite times of the year.
Maybe this will change when I have school-age kids down the road and things are more hectic, but in this season of life, I love nothing more than wandering the school supply aisles at Walmart. Some women can never have enough shoes and handbags, I, on the other hand, can never have enough office supplies!
Many of you have asked me for ideas for getting organized for back to school, so I designed a printable assignment tracker for you today and also want to share the awesomeness of erasable FriXion pens available at Walmart.
No matter your age or the subject you are studying, there are always plenty of assignments and due dates to keep track of. And when you get busy, it’s all too easy to let an assignment slip through the cracks.
That’s where this free printable homework tracker comes in. I designed it with plenty of space to keep track of all of the deadlines and projects that are bound to start piling up once school begins.
The beauty of this assignment planner is that it can be used in a few different ways, so use it in whatever way works best for you! You could use it as a master list for all of your assignments, or you could print a copy for each class and keep track of assignments specific to that subject.
However you prefer to organize your homework, the important thing is to write it down so you can manage due dates and remember everything. (Hopefully, this will help you avoid that dreaded pit in your stomach that you get when the teacher asked you to turn in your paper and you completely forgot to finish it!).
When it comes to homework, you definitely need a pen you can count on. One that writes smoothly and erases cleanly. One that gives you the power of infinite do-overs when you’re solving algebra equations and taking notes. And that’s where FriXion pens come in!
You guys, I’m really impressed with these gel ink pens. Honestly. I’ve always been skeptical of erasable pens because I’ve never found one that erases cleanly, but the FriXion pens really do. Their ability to write smoothly and erase cleanly is the perfect combination for homework.
Some classmates may have thought I went a bit overboard, but I was always that girl with the color-coded notes so it’s also important to me to have a great selection of pen colors for school.
The FriXion pens are available at Walmart in an array of color options. I personally chose the 10-pack of FriXion ColorSticks in bold colors (black, blue, green, pink, purple, red, silver and orange). These colors are perfect for color-coding class notes!
When you are shopping at Walmart for school supplies, be sure to pick up some of the erasable FriXion pens. Click here to check out the options available at Walmart.
Free Printable Assignment Tracker
I created this colorful assignment tracker just for you! Hopefully, it will be helpful in organizing all of those homework assignments this year.
Subscribe to the form below and I’ll email you a copy of the free printable assignment tracker right away. Save the PDF to your computer and print new copies as often as you need! You can also change your print settings to print it as a half-page size to fit in your planner.
FREE PRINTABLE ASSIGNMENT TRACKER
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Wishing you an organized school year!
Have a fantastic day!
Emily I can so relate to loving school supplies!! Since I no longer have school age kids, I decided to indulge my passion and just got back from a shopping trip to fill a backpack with school supplies for a child in need. Our local TV station, Boys and Girls Club, and a credit union sponsor the backpack drive. It seems like a win-win situation – a child gets all the supplies they need and I had fun shopping and didn’t bring home any more supplies for me (I have enough to last a while!)
That is such a wonderful way to give back, Susan! And what a great way to indulge your love of school supplies.
I’m with you! As an adult I still like to keep things color coordinated. #client
Color coordinating things is the best!
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