If you prefer to shop for your children without them with you or need to update grandparents, this kids info cheat sheet is a must! This printable page is the perfect place to keep track of essentials, like sizes and interests. You can pass it on to family members and keep it handy while you’re shopping anytime.
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I created this printable planning page after finishing up back-to-school shopping for my kids. On the one hand, they hate to be dragged along most of the time. On the other hand, I can never remember what sizes they are.
When it comes to holiday and birthday gift shopping, it’s even harder because I don’t want them to see what I’m buying. It kind of spoils the surprise if I have to ask what somebody’s favorite color is right now.
Printable kids info cheat sheet
I recommend printing a copy for each of your kids, then filling it out right away. You can always make updates over time. In fact, you’ll probably want to check clothes sizes 2 or 3 times a year, depending on how fast your kids are growing at this stage.
This also makes a great cheat sheet to pass along to grandparents and other family members. It seems like someone always calls to ask about shoe sizes when I’m busy and can’t go check the closet. Or worse, my kid is at school wearing his only good pair of shoes.
The kids info cheat sheet includes the basic details that you or someone else might need while shopping for your child: sizes, favorites, and interests.
It’s handy not only for clothes, but also toys, books, games, and other gifts.
How to get the printable
Like most of my printables, this fits on 8.5×11-inch paper and can be scaled down if desired.
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