Each new year is a chance for me to play with the design for the planner printables. It’s my chance to change up the colours and fonts and freshen everything up for a new year. I would love to introduce you to the Summer Garden Collection!
The inspiration for this year’s planner printable collection started with colour tone. I knew I wanted a colour palette of mid-tones. Those lovely colours that sit right in the middle, not too pale but not too saturated either.
Pairing these mid-tone rainbow colours with a couple earthy neutrals and fonts that have a hint of a retro vibe really evoked the feeling of summer for me. And the colours all made me think of flowers. Which is how I landed on the title – Summer Garden.
But colours and fonts are the only things that changed. You’ll still find all your favourite printable layouts below.
I hope that you enjoy this collection as much as I enjoyed creating it for you.
How This Collection is Organized?
First you’ll find a Table of Contents below. You can use this to jump to the different sections. This will be especially helpful for anyone who is looking for something specific.
After the Table of Contents the sections will start. Each section will be divided into subsections with a gallery of images in each. You can just click the image to get the printable. At the end of each section there will be links to the posts you can find the printables in. The posts give you a closer look at some of the printables. It’s important to note that some of those posts have printing instructions, most especially with the dated calendars. Those posts will be clearly marked.
I hope you enjoy looking through the printables in this collection. Better yet – I hope you find some that will fit your planning needs.
The Summer Garden Collection
A monthly calendar is the foundation of a planning system. They’re versatile ehnough to allow for long and short term planning all in one place. They allow us to see the big picture of what’s happening each month andwhich gives us a change to plan our time and commitments while avoiding overextending ourselves.
If you’d like to find out more about how I build my planners you can check out this post – Where Does Your Planner Start – for more insight into why I think all planners should include a monthly calendar of some sort.
In the calendar galleries, I grouped the calendars by size and then start day. So the first two are the Sunday start 2024 Calendars, followed by the Monday start.
Letter Size 2024 Calendars
Half Letter Size 2024 Calendars
You can check out the posts that all of the monthly calendars are in by clicking the links below. If you’re using the half letter size calendars, I strongly recommend checking out the posts for the printing instructions. They’re a little different than my usual half-size ones.
Yearly planners are fabulous for helping us see the big picture of what our plans are. They work well for helpings plan goals, large projects, or even just blocking out when we’re taking vacations.
There are three different yearly planners in the Summer Garden Collection. Two for detailed planning and one for just tracking important dates.
Sometimes we need more room for planning our months than calendar offer. That’s where these monthly planners come in handy.
First up is a monthly planner combined with a monthly review. The panner portion allows you map out things happening in the month and plan any goals or projects you need to work on. The review portion allows you to reflect on how things went in the month.
The last monthly printable is a structured monthly to-do list. This planner allows you to create prioritized task lists and note any errands or appointments you have for the month.
Monthly Structured To-Do Lists
The Yearly and Monthly Planner post has some great ideas for how to use the monthly planners.
Check out how to Utilize Structured To-Do Lists to Help Your Organize Your Day, Week, and Month for more information about the Structured Monthly To-Do Lists.
It’s no surprise why weekly planning pages are some of the most popular planners. They offer flexibility but also help keep our schedules balanced.
There are a number of weekly planner pages in the Summer Garden Collection, including a new two-page vertical one for students.
You’ll find both vertical and horizontal layouts in letter and half-letter size. As well, all the weekly options come with your choice of a Sunday or Monday start.
Letter Size Weekly PLanners for Students
Half Letter Size Weekly Planners for Students
Vertical Week on Two Pages
Half Letter Vertical Week on Two Pages
Letter Size Horizontal Weekly Layouts
Half Letter Size Horizontal Weekly Layouts
Letter Size Weekly Overviews and Structured To-Do Lists
Half Letter Size Weekly Overviews and Structured To-Do Lists
Hop over to the Essential Planner Printables for Teachers and Students post for more information about the weekly planner printables for students.
Check out the Five Different Weekly Planners post for more information about the different weekly planners and the weekly overviews.
Hop over to see how to Utilize Structured To-Do List post for more information about the Weekly To-Do List.
Whether you have a full schedule or just prefer to plan daily, daily planners can be wonderful tools. Even if you don’t typically use a daily planner, keep a few in your planner just in case you need them for busier times. The can come in really handy.
Typically the daily planner printables offered here include a mix of traditional daily planners with room for scheduling out your day and day planners that are task-oriented for those days where you don’t really need a schedule but do need a way to keep track of what you need to get done.
Like the other galleries above, links to the posts for all the daily planners will be at the end of this section. That way you can check out more information about them if you want to.
Letter Size Daily Planners for Students
Half Letter Size Daily Planners for Students
Structured Daily To-Do Lists
Daily Task List Planner
Daily Planner – Page per Day
Daily Planner – 2 Days per PAge
Daily Schedule Only – 2 Days per PAge
Hop over to the Essential Planner Printables for Teachers and Students post for more information about the daily planner printables for students.
Check out the Utilize Structured To-Do Lists post to find out more about the Daily To-Do List.
Head on over to check out the Four Daily Planner Printables post to check out the rest of the daily planners.
These teacher planners are some of my favourites. They were created at the request of some of you, and they’ve been a popular download ever since.
The weekly planner is was designed for scheduling the school week. Even if you’re not a teacher you can still get some use out of this. I love using this for weeks when our family has a lot going on. Each person gets a column so I can keep track of who is doing what.
The checklist printables are fabulous for so many different things. Use them for attendance, tracking grades, or for creating and tracking work flows. The sky is limit for the different ways these could be used.
Weekly Planners for Teachers
Letter Size Teacher Checklists
Half Letter Size Teacher Checklists
Enjoy the Printables
I hope that you were able to find at least a few printables in this collection to fit your needs. If the Summer Garden design just isn’t for you, be sure to hop on over to the Printable Libraries to check out the other designs I have available.
If you have any questions about the printables here, or requests for ones to add to the collection, please feel free to send me an email or consider joining our Facebook group – The Scatter-Brain’s Guide. I’m always happy to try to help.
Until next time –