Printable Weekly Planner


Printable Weekly Planner – Double and Single Page versions included! Perfect to use in a binder as a planner OR to stick on your fridge, wall, board, etc. to make your schedule and plans visible at-a-glance. The double page format is perfect for lesson planning or work appointments if you use it at your desk. Make as many copies as you want.

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Printable Weekly Planner – Double and Single Page versions included

If you’re looking for a simple weekly planner, this is probably exactly what you need. I used to use this exact template (albeit with less attractive fonts) when I was a classroom teacher, and felt this format was perfect for lesson planning. While today, I use Google Calendars to manage my work schedule and personal schedule (including my family’s schedules), I still prefer the simplicity of a physical calendar. Here are some ideas for how to use this printable:

  • To make a binder planner using the double-page planner pages, print Page 1 and Page 2 double-sided on a single page. Then, you can copy it (double sided). After you’ve made as many copies as you’d like, hole-punch them (hole punch the Monday-start side on the right), and you can set them side by side (with Monday-start on the left side, and Thursday-start on the right side) in a 3-Ring binder. (This is my favorite way to use these planner sheets; I find this method especially ideal as an on-desk lesson planning binder.)
  • To make a binder using the single-page weekly planner, simply print (or photocopy) as many copies of the single-page planner sheet as you’d like. You can hole punch and use in a binder (double-sided printing may still be your preferred approach), or use in a clipboard. (I love this approach for our family’s schedule — perfect for our fridge with washi tape holding it up).
  • To use as an at-a-glance wall calendar, simply print out your planner pages (double page or single page work) and put it up. Looks great on a bulletin board, or on a fridge, put up with magnets, or cute washi-tape.
  • This printable weekly planner is meant to be printed – make as many copies as you want for home or work.
About the Author
Punita Rice

Punita Rice

Punita Rice is a mother, educator, writer, and founder of ISAASE. She is the author of Toddler Weaning: Deciding to Gradually Wean your Toddler & Making it Happen, and the forthcoming South Asian American Experiences in Schools: Brown Voices from the Classroom, and blogs about motherhood at Happy Mom Guide. Her work centers around multicultural education and equity, and South Asian American experiences in school. You can read more about Punita and her work here.