I love summer for the laidback lifestyle we can have throughout the week - but I'm also one who longs for some type of structure.
For the summer I came up with little to-do lists for our family for Monday-Friday. Some of the things are already scheduled and others are things we'd just like to, want to, or need to get done throughout the week.
Do we do everything every day? Absolutely not. But I love having the daily lists out in my kitchen as a reminder of things I'd like to get done (laundry, mop, teach a math concept, read stories, say family prayers, etc.) I also left enough room available in between that allows me to write in specific things (i.e. teach continents, work on addition, etc.)
To make one of your own:
1. Use Word to make your own daily lists in separate columns. (I used the landscape mode and divided the page into 5 columns).
2. I printed it, cut it out, distressed it, mounted it on cardstock, and then added it to scrapbook paper that I lined an old picture frame with.
3. Now I just use some white board markers and windex to write all over it :)