My Daily Checkoff List {Free Printable}

My Daily Checkoff List Empower Kids

It’s back to school and time to get our mornings & bedtimes organized and running efficiently. Here’s a simple list to print and put in a picture frame. This one helps empower two kids with one printable! Have your child use a dry erase marker to cross of each item as completed. Fun for them and easy for you plus it’s reusable!

Instructions…

My Daily Checkoff List

For one child: download and print an 8×10 landscape PDF here.

For two children (as shown in the picture frame): right click on the above image. Click “save image as,” save it in your picture folder on your computer. Open your picture. Mine launches in my media viewer. Select print. Choose print 5×7, and then choose to print two images so two print on one sheet. Your print options may vary.

For three or four children: right click on the above image. Click “save image as,” save it in your picture folder on your computer. Open your picture. Mine launches in my media viewer. Select print. Choose print 3×5, and then choose to print three or four images so they all print on one sheet. Your print options may vary.

I choose to create this printable in PicMonkey for access to their great font list and ease of customization thus the reason to print through a media viewer.

Naturally, you may not have the exact same list and needs as our family. So here’s an option to customize yours with the below template. My Daily Checkoff List TemplateIf you would like to customize your own list for your kids, right click on the above picture template. Click “save image as.” Save it to your picture folder. Go to PicMonkey and “edit” the picture you just saved. Now you can add text and be creative with your fonts and colors. Save it to your computer and print it as the instructions above.

My Daily Checkoff List without Empower Kids Once it’s printed and trimmed, display in a picture frame. Dry erase markers wipe off for the system to be reusable! Gotta like good stuff! Now go empower them!

Comments

  1. Do your kids really do all of this before going to school? I’m in awe.

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