Are you prepared for everything that comes your way with the back to school season? I can admit that I’m not always completely on top of it, but I’m actively trying to find a routine that works for our family. Using calendars, planners, sticky notes, and being stocked up on all our necessities can help calm that back to school season panic. I wanted to share with you our tips for stocking up on toiletries for fall along with a back to school printable planner that can help you organize your meals, your shopping, and help you track down everything that you need for a successful school year.
When I need to stock up on healthcare items or toiletries, I stop at Walgreens. We have a few in our neighborhood, so it makes it super convenient. Using the printables below, I made my shopping list to include everything you may need
Back to School Toiletry Kit
What You Need:
- New sponges/loofahs/washcloths
- Shampoo, conditioners
- New hairbrush or comb
- Hair gel, mousse
- Refill cotton swabs, cotton balls
- Bar soap or body wash
- Bandages, gauze, wound and cut care products
- Replace toothbrushes
- Clean or replace any bath toys
Back to School Printable Planner:
This planner includes four pages. Be sure to fill it out using the toiletry kit checklist above to help keep you organized!
Weekly Menu: Plan your school lunches ahead of time. Laminate this and hang it on the fridge. Use a dry erase marker to track school lunches, what you want to pack, afterschool snacks, and even family dinners. The best way to get organized is to start!
Back to School Shopping List: Add your general home shopping list to this printable. I recommend laminating this one too so that you can refer back to it throughout the year to know what you have to stock up on!
School Supplies and Toiletry List: Use this printable to organize the supplies and toiletries that you need.
Feeling ambitious? Be sure to create new family routines for the back to school season. Fill this out with your family so that everyone can see what to do for mornings, evenings, and weekends. Add in weekly projects and find yourself feeling refreshed and organized and ready to tackle this school year!