June Checklists and Planning Printable

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June is a time when school has mostly ended or is winding down to be a lighter, more relaxed load. Now it begins the time for summer planning. Whether you school year-round or take a full summer off for school, there is still a lot of summer fun to be had. And the June free checklists and planning printable can help!

June Planning

June is the month that will fly by quickly if you are not careful. You will see the calendar change to the 1st; the next thing you know, it is the 31st! I get it; you may be finishing up some last-minute school work, having graduation, or finalizing plans for the ultimate vacation. I get it! Summer is a time to relax and catch your breath, but it is also a time when you can make the most of the glorious days to go outdoors and spend time with family and friends.

If you want to vacation this summer and haven’t planned anything, join the club! In past years we’ve covered all types of vacations with travel by plane and car and even rented a camper one year. We will plan for a last-minute vacation this year, and I will check out the last-minute deal sites for lower rates. Perhaps this is the year of your staycation! Great, now is the time to enjoy the amenities in your hometown. I live in a state with many theme parks, but I avoid them. Instead, I prefer a rustic vacation rather than fighting the crowds and the heat.

The Planner

This planner will focus on taking a vacation, but there will also be sections for staycations, with some Vintage Homeschool Moms Podcast episodes on both topics.

We’ve provided some print-out sheets with checklists to keep you on track. Take your time; print and begin immediately! Every month (if you’ve downloaded this planner in the past months), you will see some duplicate sheets from last. This is for the first-timers, but often they come in handy, so you don’t have to look back in past planners for the same thing! I use a 3-ring binder for each month with dividers. Get the kids involved! Following is a page just for kids to help plan and keep track.

Vacation Checklist Planner and More

This vacation checklist planner includes lists (of course) and worksheets so you can think things through. There is my personal camping list check-off sheet to keep you organized. Even staycations need planning. Print out the calendar with the mini months of June, July, August, and September.

This overview can help. Figure out how many days you will take off. When will you begin your new school year? What days are for clean up, specific activities, or taking a break? Often having a one-sheet calendar for the months you need to plan is helpful.
When planning a vacation, planning how long you will be gone is almost as important as where you will go! Your list of questions will include:

  • How much is in the budget?
  • Where will we go?
  • How long will you be gone?
  • How many days of this is travel?
  • How will you travel?
  • Where will you stay?
  • What will you do once you arrive?
  • What are you packing?

These questions can be further fine-tuned, such as under accommodations: Are you visiting and staying with family? Do you need to book hotel reservations?

Don’t panic! Use the free checklists and planning printable!

Focus on what is the most important. It all seems important right now. Where to go, length of time and accommodations come first. Everything else can fall into place. Having the following sheets will help you! I’ve already printed out mine to use.

June events to plan for with the Free Checklists and Planning Printable

Other events that you will want to make sure you plan for this summer are Father’s Day and any June birthdays. You might as well get started on planning for the 4th of July as well. Since June is usually a lighter month of school (or maybe you take school off completely), there may be some summer projects you want to accomplish while you have the time.

Summer break is a great time to work on any home improvement projects or to reorganize bookshelves or the school room. We like to go through bedrooms over the summer and make piles of donations to take to local thrift stores. I try to get my children to purge clothes, toys, and books. We even take them to resell shops to earn some extra money for summer treats and trips.

This month’s Ultimate Checklists subscriber freebie has all of the planning sheets that you need for the month of June.

What is included in the June Checklists and Planning Printable?

This month’s printable has planning help for Father’s Day with gift ideas, June birthdays, and 4th of July planning sheets. There are even healthy eating and weight loss goals for summer. Of course, there are still blank ones for those that like to plan everything out themselves and customize the lists for their families.

  • Checklists Guide – This is a breakdown of how to use your lists for the month, with suggestions to help you get started.
  • Objectives Worksheet
  • Weekly Planning Worksheet
  • Blank Printable June Calendar
  • Four square planner  – Faith, Kids, School, and Household
  • Evaluation Weekly Worksheets
  • Motivational Posters and Day Posters
  • Printable June Checklist
  • June Holidays Printable Sheet
  • June Crafts and Treats
  • Summer Reading List
  • Father’s Day Gift Idea Forms
  • June Goal Sheets
  • 4th of July Planning Sheets
  • Healthy Eating and Weight Loss Goals
  • End of School Clean-Up List
  • End of School Year Check Up
  • Chore Schedule Blank Sheet
  • Quarterly Planning
  • Homeschool Weekly Planning Sheets
  • Meal Planning Helps and Suggestions

The directions on how to download the monthly checklist are sent out in each weekly ezine. The planner access information is always located at the bottom of each email. Make sure that you are signed up so that you don’t miss it.

If you are not signed up, you can sign up HERE as a subscriber.

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