Free Printable Worksheets for Organizing Your Home – emergency contacts, utility numbers, child information, and babysitter checklist.
Do you have a Home Management Binder?
Do you know what one is? Basically a Home Management Binder is a binder in which you keep important information that keeps your household running smoothly.
I first heard about this concept at Flylady.net. She calls hers a Control Journal.
You can keep calendars, daily/weekly checklists, phone information, family information, etc. in this one convenient spot. Mine is a work in progress, but I thought I would share with you some of the print outs I created for mine.
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Free Printable Worksheets for Organizing Your Home
My binder is divided up into 5 categories:
In the coming weeks, I will share some pictures of my binder, plus some of the information I keep in there, but for today I am going to focus on the Children and Contacts sections.
Child Information Sheet
Following is an information sheet you can print out and fill out for each child. It is especially helpful to have all this information in one place when you have someone else watching your child. It has a spot to record important medical information and your child’s weight. This number is particularly important when giving your child medication.
Related: Colorful Child Information Sheet
Download: Child Information Sheet
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Next, is a helpful checklist to print out for your babysitter. I have a spot for two different child’s food requirements. If you have more than two children, you can just print out an extra sheet. Two sheets will print per page.
Related: Colorful Babysitter Checklist
Download: Babysitter Checklist
Another chart I have in my Children section is an OTC (over-the-counter) dosing chart I received from my doctor. I found another list online with similar information: Over the Counter Dosing Charts for Children
The next sheet I keep in the very front of my binder, as it has all the important phone numbers we need to have on hand at all times. If I am not home, then anyone in my house can easily access these phone numbers.
Download: Emergency Numbers
Utility Contact List
Lastly, I have a printout of phone numbers for all the utilities and repair phone numbers we might need to call. This sheet goes into the Contact section of my binder.
Related: Colorful Utility Contact List
Download: Utility Numbers List
Under the name heading, I have a space for the name of the company along with the account number. I have a spot for two phone numbers for each company as sometimes there is a customer service number and a separate number to call for repairs/maintenance.
This sheet is very helpful when something goes wrong around your house. It is not always possible to dig up an old bill with all of your pertinent information on it, and here it is conveniently listed all in one place.
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