# printables

Hello friends it’s me again. I’ve got another set of printables for you all! This time for hiragana and katakana! There are 3 practice charts (hiragana, katakana and blank) and lots of writing practice! Of course you can print them multiple times once they have been downloaded ^^ as always, any support is greatly appreciated! I hope this can help out those of you just starting out with Japanese! 💕

Free Printable

as per request, here’s a printable of my last post. if you have trouble downloading it directly from tumblr, you can also download it here! thanks for the love! if you print it out link me a picture, i’d love to see x

## S T U D Y  P A C K  # 1

B Y  E I N T S E I N

Hey guys, my week has been pretty hectic but I made time to create a few printables that will hopefully help you with your school life. Click on the titles (links to the file on my Study Drive) to download them!

To help you keep track of all your assignments, homework, projects, etc. Includes a progress bar that you can shade in according to how much of the assignment you’ve completed. You can also set a goal or expected score and compare it to your final score. I included fields for “date given” and “date due” so that you can prioritize and plan your tasks accordingly.
I wanted to include a box to check when you’ve submitted the assignment because sometimes I complete the assignment but forget to submit it, or I’ve already submitted the assignment but panic because I thought I hadn’t done it yet. I couldn’t squeeze this into the sheet, but I think you could just put a tick beside the due date or something.

F O R M U L A  L I S T

For subjects that require you to memorize formulas, like physics, economics, math, etc. The left column is for the formula, while the right is for variables and their units, e.g. “v = u + at” would go on the left, while the right column would have something like “v: final velocity/ms-1; u: initial velocity/ms-1; a: acceleration/ms-2; t: time/s”.

H A B I T  T R A C K E R

31 columns and 16 rows to help you maintain your habits, e.g. drinking 8 glasses of water a day, exercising, journaling, etc.

T E S T  T R A C K E R

Similar to what I have in my bullet journal in this post. I use it mainly to see the relationship between how much I study and how high I score on tests, but you can also use it to maintain your grades.

That’s all for now. Hope these printables help, and may the rest of your school year be well-organized! Oh, and feedback would be rad; I always appreciate it when I find out how I can improve my content. Have a great week :)

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## Make a paper animal bookmark (Get the printables here)

In this pack you get the following animals: Badger, Hedgehog, Owl, Frog

As well as the template above you will need:

• A4 paper
• A colour printer
• Scissors
• Glue

More printables and paper craft ideas here

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Printables: Homework, essay and project planners

Requested by @theatrebooknook

These ones took a while but I think it was worthwhile. Thanks for waiting.

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## Print and make these paper flowers (Get the petals, leaves and instructions)

Whether it’s for your mum or decorating the home, make these flowers using the templates above as well as:

• 5 sheets of A4 paper
• A printer (HP Envy printers are pretty spiffing)
• Scissors/scalpel
• Green florist tape
• Wire
• All-purpose glue

More printables and paper craft ideas here

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## HUGE 2018 PRINTABLE PLANNER BUNDLE

Check it out here!

FEATURES:
- 2018 wall calendars with 4 leaves design
- 2018 monthly calendar (starting on mon)
- 2018 at a glance
- A sentence a day (diary)
- Blank horizontal monthly calendar (starting with mon/sun)
- Blank vertical monthly calendar (starting with mon/sun)
- Blank vertical monthly planner (starting with mon/sun)
- Brain Dump
- Daily Planner
- 5 years, 10 years goals planner
- Bucket list
- Habit tracker
- Life goals
- Monthly goals
- Yearly goals
- Weekly planner
- 4 motivational and inspirational quote

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## ✨  back to school printables bundle  ✨

back to school season has started, yay! As a ‘thank you’ to all 1000 people who followed me I made this printables bundle with everything you may need during your school year. I’m on uni so this is more of a ‘back to uni’ thingy, but I bet hs students will make a great use of it too! Anyway, thank you for following me and here goes!

▪️  grid note taking sheet  [prev]
▪️  lined note taking sheet
▪️  to do list
▪️  keyboard stickers
▪️  2017/18 school calendar
▪️  class schedule  [prev]
▪️  term+definition sheet

[A BUNDLE DOWNLOAD] - a zip file including more colors & PNG files!

Please reblog/like this post if you found this useful!

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See me letter the headers in this video

You can change the color of the banners in Photoshop - these are editable PDFs.

Hey guys :) I’m Bea, from Exohypernova.

I wasn’t sure if I would post this because it’s my first ever printables pack and it has that overall design that is very very common in the studyblr comunity, and I didn’t want to post more of the same, but I had done this a while ago and thought maybe you guys would like it.

This pack contains:

✖      A habit tracker

✖      A project management sheet

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You’ll need:

• Scissors
• A printer
• 2 Cocktail sticks per cupcake
• Tape

Cupcake tip - Use crushed Oreos to give your cakes an earthy look

More printables and paper craft ideas here

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If you’d like a Gryffindor one, drop us an ask. Like or reblog if used.
Please tag if you show these in a post :)

#optomstudies here with my very first weekly scheduler printable! 🍵 Reblog and tag me with #optomstudies if you use it!

## RATIONALE - WHY MORE SPACE FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY?

I received an ask recently so I had a look around the studyblr again for some weekly printables, but they all had the same format (either equal space for all days, or half the space for Saturday and Sunday) which is why I don’t actually use the weekly printables that I see around studyblr.

As a result, I decided to make you guys a printable based on what format I would’ve preferred if I was in high school and also what I prefer now as a university student, which is a weekly schedule with more space for Saturday and Sunday. (I haven’t seen this idea around tumblr, so I’d like to claim it as mine for now hehehe)

This is because once I got home from school/uni I would only have like 4 hours or so available to study, vs. 12 hours+ or the whole day available for Saturday and Sunday. I never understood why people would use a weekly printable with a tiny space for Saturday or Sunday, unless they were in primary school or full time work. The printables out there just don’t really suit what high school students and college students need.

Hopefully this will be more helpful than the printables you find around studyblr. I made it pretty and cute but minimalistic too, so that it suits a lot of different people’s tastes. I’m working on making it available in a variety of colours at the moment :) I decided to go for a simple square checkbox so that it suits both regular users and bullet journalists who prefer to code their tickboxes. And I decided to leave the space around the header blank for those who like to self-decorate :)

Please reblog/like if you use the printable, so that others can benefit as well :) and tag me @optomstudies or #optomstudies so I can see how you’re all going ^__^ Have a great day everyone!

## MY WEEKLY STUDY TIPS

WHAT I WISH I’D KNOWN BEFORE UNIVERSITY STUDY TIPS SERIES

## nerdybun’s back to school printable set!

prepare your new school year with these printables that will aid you in your studies! this printable set includes —

• daily planner
• weekly planner
• assignment planner
• project planner
• essay outline

sorry for the late post, loves! are you guys in school already? I procrastinated a little making these examples :T and was just finding a style I can stick to for more coherent looking posts in the future. I really hope you like them!

these printables are in Photoshop PDF files, so you may edit if you want to change some stuff a little. just please don’t repost them as your own! also, lemme know if you’re using any of them and tag me #bunnynichole if you post c:

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You’ll need:

• Scissors
• A printer
• 4 sheets of A4 paper
• String/Twine
• Glue for the tabs

Using the printables: Print the template PDF first (four pages) then turn over these printed sheets and feed them back into the printer to print the Colours PDF on the other side. Cut and glue the tabs as labeled.

More printables and paper craft ideas here

• Comes in 5 versions: for the class itself, and for its classwork, homework, quizzes, and tests
• Box to write what class the printable is for
• Box to write notes in
• Chart to the left to name the numbers and write out the grade %s
• Chart to the right to dot-in grade percents and see how they change
• Comes in landscape A4 and letter page size
• Comes in PDF and JPEG file format

Rules & Information

• Please do not steal, claim as your own, or redistribute; basic rules apply. Read more on my printable page
• As a thank you to my followers, this printable doesn’t use AdFly :)

My Printables Page & TagRequests are always open!

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May 2017 Printables and Desktop Wallpaper // freebies from thearialligraphyproject

Hooray for a fresh new wallpaper! I’ve been feeling the [extreme] heat of the summer lately so I wanted to make something cool and relaxing to the eye for this month’s design.

I’m also bringing back the list layout for calendar printables! Now you’ve got a motivational quote to keep you going through the month and a space to write your goals and some notes!

A tagged snapshot of your computer, phone, or study space using these freebies would be very much appreciated. (Use #thearialligraphyproject or #arialligraphy!) 😊

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How to Use the Exam Study Pack: A Help Guide

Here’s some suggestions on how to use my exam pack printable in case you needed some inspiration. Be creative! Have fun with your studies!

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