How’s your home management binder shaping up? Today we are going to add some family organization printables to your binder. This pack will help you track a few things such as movies to watch and favorite restaurants.
Before I continue, can you believe that today is Day 4 of the Your Home Management Binder in 10 Days series ? That’s a little insane! In just 6 more days you will have a fully functional and customizable family binder.
Family Organization Printables for Your Home Management Binder
Do You Have All of Your Supplies for Your Home Management Binder?
Just in case you are just joining this series, simply grab the items below to start. You will also need the printables from the following posts :
- What to Put in a Home Management Binder
- How to Create a Realistic Cleaning Schedule
- Using Free Home Maintenance Printables to Organize Your Home
- Binder (Purchase a binder if you cannot find one around your home)
- Hole puncher
- Printing paper
- Binder Separators
- Protective sleeves (optional)
- Markers, crayons, colorful tape, etc (optional)
- label maker (optional)
Use the items on the Amazon below to get started with your home management binder. Please note that affiliate links are used below at no cost to you.
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Adding the Family Organization Printables to Your Home Binder
Now that you have your household binder, its time to print the family organization sheets.
Once everything is printed, save yourself the headache and simply fill everything in BEFORE you add the pages to the binder. That way you avoid writing like a 2nd grader- or maybe that’s just me?
Now it’s time to do the work. You now need to interview everyone in your home about their favorite movies and tv shows.
Next, go to CommonSenseMedia to see how those movies and tv shows rank. This website is a staple in our family especially when I don’t want to have to sit through a movie I am not interested in.
The last thing you need to do is to ask everyone what movies they have never watched but are interested in. Again hop over to CommonSenseMedia and check the ratings.
Place all the movies and tv shows that you are comfortable with on the sheet.
Let your kids know that if they want to watch something, this is the approved list.