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Planning for your child’s preschool days can be a little overwhelming. You need a planner, and if you’re looking to make one the easy way, then you’re in the right place! Come check out our Free Ready-Made Preschool Planner Templates in Microsoft Word for all your preschool planning needs. Available for Microsoft Word, our templates allow you to edit and design plans for your child’s preschool activities without any hassle thanks to its user-friendly features. And with its compatibility with multiple devices, you can easily access it with your phone or laptop. Make your child’s early school days all smooth sailing now by clicking the download button now!
Preschool planning can be challenging as you’d want your child to develop well and have a good time as well. But take comfort in knowing you’re not alone in this, as according to the National Center for Education Statistics, children aged from 3 to 5 are enrolled in preschool programs by their parents, and that trend has increased by 47% in 2000 to 56% in 2017.
You can easily design a planner in Microsoft Word thanks to its accommodating features, but if you need some tips, you can consider some of the following:
Before your toddler starts kindergarten and elementary, have them get used to the routine of school at home and have yourself as the teacher. You can write down a preschool curriculum on your planner, with the scheduling, activities, and lessons that come with it. Try to be moderate with how much time you allocate in these plans as your child is too young to get into a rigid schedule like the ones in high schools. It’s good to also incorporate time for playing and taking rest, as kids still develop while doing those things too.
To make a planner you can start by choosing a design template that’ll make it easy for you to put your reminders and notes in the right places. Placing all the details into your planner can be really messy when you just write them all down without any form of organization. With Microsoft Word, it will be easy for you. When working with a design template you prefer, you will be more interested to use and write on your planner, especially when its visually pleasing to you.
Assign pages for specific things to properly keep track of your notes and put them into categories. For example, you can dedicate some pages to your planner for just the daily lessons, and another couple of pages for play and recreational activities planned. Label these pages so you’ll be able to access them easily when you need to check again. And if there is any important thing you need to do later, whether it be a lesson you plan on teaching or playtime, write them down on your planner. Put them in the right category as well so that you can keep it all organized.
These are the early days of your child’s development and you should treat them as lovely milestones in life. One way to do this is to create a progress chart or checklist, which you can update from time to time to see how far your child has gone. Thanks to the customizability of our templates you can perhaps take a step further and add photos too! Take photographs of your child achieving things, playing, or learning and have them added to your planner. Not only are you keeping track of progress but also collecting great memories with your child!