Free Printable Half-Size Daily Planner

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If you’re like me, a written plan is vital for staying focused and efficient. And no, those scraps of paper and recycled envelopes are no longer enough to keep me organized and productive.

After trying out different free planner printables and not finding one that met my needs, I finally worked up my own free printable daily planner. I’m sharing it here in hopes that it may be helpful to someone else.

It’s plain, it’s simple . . . but it works for me!

Free Printable Half-Size Daily Planner

Free Printable Daily Planner
Free Printable Half-Size Daily Planner


This free printable daily planner features a daily docket style with six categories:

  1. Daily Routines
  2. Healthy Habits
  3. Weekly Chores
  4. To Do
  5. Menu Plan
  6. Appointments/Errands

Free Printable Daily Planner

Free Printable Half-Size Daily Planner


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If you like half-size planner pages, you may also want to take a look at my free printable half-size menu planner!


  1. Hi! would you be willing to send me a file where I can edit a few things? Your version is as close to as perfect as I could find.

    Thank you!

  2. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for! Is it possible to have an editable version? I would love to be about to type in my normal daily routine so that I could print it and laminate it for use over and over again. Does that make sense? Thank you!!

  3. how do I download the pdf??? each click seems to send me somewhere else…sigh

  4. Natalie Bowen says:

    I found your site and am excited to say I have decided to pursue homeschooling my kinder son this year. I am often overwhelmed by lots of info, however, because I aim high (perfectionist!) and tend to get discouraged when I realize my goals are too high! There is a lot I need to learn about simplicity, especially before embarking on home school in the fall :) Can you refer me to any resources that help someone like me know where to BEGIN with a daily schedule? I have a five year old and 19 month year old. My husband works and goes to school. I was not brought up super disciplined so everything about organization and discipline has been of the Lord. But I have a long way to go! Thank you!

    • Wonderful, Natalie! The best advice I can give you is that a 5-year-old does NOT need a huge, full schedule. This past year my 5-year-old spent less than an hour a day doing school. Next year she won’t be spending much more time than that. I only teach math and phonics until they are 7 or so. I supplement that with plenty of reading aloud and answering/explaining as many of their questions as I can. I hope that helps a little!

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