It’s almost time for Back-to-School and since it seems like (almost) everyone has a Smart Phone, here are some scheduling apps to help you keep track of a new school year’s worth of activities.
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For those that don’t rely on a kitchen calendar to keep track of a family’s days, you might want to try Google Calendar. You can utilize it to keep track of each family member’s activities for each day.
Cozi is a very popular app among families. It allows users to keep track of everything in one convenient app. Create a shared family calendar, plan meals, manage to-do lists and shopping lists, and more.
Whether you’re trying to implement a new set of routines this school year or are trying to keep good habits on track, you’ll want to look at the Productive App. You can schedule different tasks for different times of the day, receive reminders, and more.
Fantastical 2 is described as being a “fast and friendly calendar,” and that’s certainly what moms need to keep track of their family’s schedule. Different options allow you to use the app in the way that is most convenient for your family.
This free app can do it all — create shopping lists and to-do lists, assign chores and tasks to different family members, check the weather, and much more.
This app tries to simplify our complicated lives. Family users can share calendars and agendas, share grocery lists and to-do lists, and more.
Evernote is an app to help organize work, classroom or life. Kids in grades 6-12 can use it organize their school notes at school and at home. Work can be shared with other students (or co-workers), teachers and parents on multiple devices.
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