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Student Planner, Grades 4 - 8: Second Edition (Notebook Reference) Paperback – May 1, 2003
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Approximately 1/4" thick, it has 3-ring binder holes so it can be placed in any 3-ring notebook. Made for grades 4-8, this could also be useful for high schoolers as it's essentially a book that allows for a student to write down their schedule and homework assignments. In addition there are places for photos, contact numbers, emergency info (contacts, allergies, etc...).
I like that it's setup by month (beginning in August... ending in June) with weekly assignment sheets (Monday thru Friday) that include the headings: subject, assignment and a place to check it off when complete. Study tips and quotes are found on each page too. Room for 'notes and reminders' as well as 'activities and events' are opposite each week's page, and could supplement the area allotted for homework assignments.
In the back is a large 'yearbook' section. This seemed unnecessary to me as it's space to glue in photos of friends, but no autographs.
This is followed by sections with reference materials on the following: U.S. Presidents, US government, Facts about our 50 states, US time zones, US Historical Facts, US and Canadian info (including the Pledge of Allegiance...), World Time zones, Timeline of inventions, All around the world... roman numerals, seven continents, seven seas... greek gods..., birth flowers, chinese zodiac, horoscope signs, birth stones, colleges (ivy league, pac-10, Big 12...), Periodic Table of the Elements, Weights and Measures, Conversions, cooking conversions, Sign language, health and safety tips.
An inexpensive way to keep your young student organized with some basic reference info. Now if you can just get them to use it!
I recommend this highly. It is very simple, easy to use and generic where you can start from the begining and there is no waste. Even if you started using it in the middle of the year.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Serves its purpose. I found it a bit overwhelming for my 11 year old son who I was trying to introduce the use of a daily planner for school workPublished 2 months ago by Elsy
Being used everyday, Enough room for whats done in class, what due when, and extra notes. Good productPublished 4 months ago by Saroya
I absolutely love this. This is going to be awesome to help my child stay organized as a home school student!Published 5 months ago by kelley commander
Perfect for my perfectionist and schedule making 8th grader. He knows what to do and when without hazzle.Published 7 months ago by homescooling momma
This is my second year using this planner and it has been outstanding!Published 8 months ago by Hillevi Peterson
Excelkent! As the kids get older these are nla in school, so I got it here to keep up this good habit!Published 16 months ago by Suzabug