How I use the Provider Planner 2019
I love, love, love printables– especially printable planners!
Printing and Assembling the Planner
Binders use the Provider Planner
- Avery + Amy Tangerine Designer Collection Binder, 1” Round Rings, 175-Sheet Capacity.
- Dottie Collection by Pink Light Design, 1″ 3 Ring Binder Dimensions: 12 inches (L) x 10.63 inches (W) x 1.88 inches (D), Sheet Capacity: 175
- Avery Durable View Binder with 1″ Round Rings, Damask
- Multi-Colored 1″ 3 Ring Binder by Greenroom Inc – Dimensions: 12 inches (L) x 10.63 inches (W) x 1.88 inches (D), Sheet Capacity: 175 (Golden Stripe) – This is the binder I used for my planner this year.
Paper, Tabbed Dividers & Hole Punches
My Favorite Planner Pages
Now that we have printed and assembled the planner, let’s take a look at a few of my favorite pages in the planner.
At the beginning of the month, I scan the monthly calendar for any events or birthdays to plan. This is where I use the Provider Planner Stickers to mark special dates and events. Alternately, you could use the Birthday calendar. It is also fun to choose one of our monthly Motivational Stickers too.
At the beginning of the week, I do I my menu planning for the childcare. Using one of the Provider Planner’s Meal Planner pages (3 to choose from) makes it easy to plan a week’s worth of menus.
For planning out a week’s worth of appointments, activities, and tasks I use the weekly pages. These pages give me a place to jot down tasks to accomplish throughout the week.
NEW FORMS this year!
New this year is the addition of the Tuition Tracker and Monthly Expenses pages which are included in every monthly section. These pages make it easy to keep track of income and spending throughout the month.
Also new is the monthly Ideas & Inspiration page. This page is useful to notate any ideas, goals or things I want to remember to plan for during the month.
I usually have so many things going on at any given time. I like to use one of the (3) Daily Planner pages. These pages help me break down weekly goals into daily tasks.
Finally, one of my favorite pages is the Curriculum Plan. This is a 2-pager that helps you bring a theme to life. It allows you to map out a week’s worth of daily activities.
And that is how I use the Provider Planner in my own business. This is just how I use the planner. The way you use the planner could be and probably should be completely different.
And that’s the real beauty of the Provider Planner. It is meant to be customizable and flexible for any provider their specific needs. use the Provider Planner