preview of free printable planner for June

Planning for June

June is here, and it’s full speed ahead in to Summer. I’m updating all my monthly planning posts again for this year. In case it helps anyone else be more organised too, I’ll be sharing our monthly list of things to do, plan, remember and celebrate. For those who want to be extra organised there’s a free downloadable printable at the end of this post, to help you make your own monthly list, with both a colour version and a printer friendly B&W version available! The downloads include two sheets each, one with and one without a space for notes on foraging.

June Planner Free Printable

To Do

Double check summer holiday plans

In Scotland, our big school holidays usually start at the end of June, so it’s time to double (and triple!) check our plans for the summer:

  • Confirm travel and accommodation for our week away.
  • Confirm registration for summer classes for the weeks at home.
  • Book tickets for summer shows (Edinburgh has various festivals happening over the summer).
  • Make sure we’ve booked time off work!
  • Double check when friends & family are visiting.
  • Print off a paper calendar, get all those summer details in it, and stick it on the fridge! 

Organise teacher gifts

Another thing to organise before the summer holidays, is end of the year teacher gifts. Don’t leave it until the last minute! Especially if you’re all clubbing together (which is what we do) – you’ll need to leave yourselves enough time for everyone to contribute AND then organise something to buy. We started the tradition in Primary 1 to get the class teacher a print with all the kids names on it, and then put the rest money towards vouchers for various local shops. 

End of term bag check

As the end of the summer term draws near, check that your kids have brought all their belongings home from school, including PE kit and shoes, coats, water bottles, books etc. Go through the school’s lost property for any uniform and other missing items, before it gets cleared out for the summer. Vice versa, make sure they have handed everything back in to school that they are supposed to, like library books. And don’t forget to clean out your children’s school bags and lunch boxes on the last day of term – no one wants to find a six week old sandwich when it’s back to school in Autumn…

Time to Forage For

We’ve really gotten in to foraging over the past couple of years, so in my forward planning I’m going to include a reminder of what plants to forage for each month. This will of course vary hugely depending on which part of the world you live in. For us, it’s what’s ready to forage here in central Scotland. I’ve included two versions of the monthly download – one with, and one without a section for foraging.

In June we’ll be foraging for…

  • Ash keys
  • Elderflowers
  • Ground Elder
  • Lime blossoms
  • Dog rose petals 

Dates for Our Diary

There are so many dates from different cultures and religions to consider, I’ll just be listing the ones that we ourselves celebrate or commemorate (you can create your own personal list using the download at the end of this post). I’ll also highlight some previous activities from our archives, which will help us to celebrate.

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day always cause me a bit of a headache, as they are celebrated on different days in Scotland and Germany. That means remembering two sets of dates, one for us here, and one for remembering my own parents there. 

16 Jun – Fathers Day (UK/USA)

Here are some craft ideas for gifts, and some of our favourite books to celebrate:

Coming Up Next Month

One thing I’ve found with monthly planning, is that the things that happen at the beginning of the month can often take you by surprise (like World Book Day, every single year!) So that’s why at the beginning of each month I’ll also be reminding myself what’s coming up the following month…

  • Summer holidays!

>> Download June Planner (full colour)
>> Download June Planner (printer friendly)

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