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This Student Planner has been the PERFECT fit for our girls (middle and high school ages) – it’s full of color (which they love), very simple in layout, but has helped them track all of their studies and goals each week. That’s been a win-win for our family and made my job so much easier as they write down all of their daily work. 

Student Planner circlesstudent planner hexagonBecause it is an undated planner, the front cover needs to be updated every now and then with a new calendar year. For those of you who have purchased the planner in the past, you can visit the bonus download page and grab the updated covers. 

If you haven’t purchased a copy and are wanting to help your students get a little more organized the second half of the year – read on and see how you can save 20% on a copy of the Student Planner (through 1-26-17)

 

Inside Our Student Planner

Want a peek inside? I promise it’s super simple – because we found we really didn’t need so much extra stuff, full of color, and ready to download and print.

A quick note: We printed our planners using the BORDERLESS option in our printer settings. In the video you’ll see some of the pages that we experiments with (ones that were or weren’t printed all the way to the edge). Our front and back covers were printed onto cardstock and then laminated for extra durability. We use a heavy weight paper (24 lb.) to print the planner and make the pages a little thicker. We then had it spiral bound at Staples for about $5.

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The Student Planner contains :

  • 8 1/2” x 11” undated pages – use it year after year!
  • Year at a glance dates
  • Student information and schedule page
  • 12 blank monthly planning pages
  • Weekly planning pages for 8 subjects
  • Planning for every day of the week (smaller spaces for Saturday/Sunday)
  • Goals, notes, and ‘what I learned’ section
  • 2 layouts: August through July or January through December
  • Bonus download page link – some extra pages that are added as requested, including an address page, updated covers, field trip trackers, books read tracker, note pages, and days to remember (link is on last page of planner)

Two Great Designs

Choose the student planner that best fits your family’s needs – or choose both (there’s a special bundle price for purchasing two).

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The abstract circle graphic student planner features the colors green, dark blue, and a turquoise blue color for the monthly layouts. 

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The hexagon graphic student planner features the same inside layout with the colors green, orange, and a medium blue for the weekly layouts. 

BONUS Download Pages

Your purchase also allows access to a ‘buyers only’ page where optional pages will be added including additional dated covers and other pages as readers/users request.

Purchase a Student Planner

This student planner is undated so you have the option of printing off a new copy each year. Each planner is available for $10 and you are more than welcome to print off copies for each of your children – this year and in years to come. Purchase both planners together in a bundle and save even more! 

The Student Planner is only available as a pdf download and prints off double-sided. There are THREE different purchase options. Choose from the following: 

SAVE 20% when using the code STUDENTORG until January 26, 2017 at 11:59 pm

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  1. Klarchen says

    Good morning!

    I was wondering how your kiddos plan out their schoolwork for the week. Do you tell them what’s to be expected or do they come up with their own?

    I currently use homeschool tracker and I print out my kids’ Daily task lists 1 month at a time. It lists what they have to do in every subject for each school day. My kids highlight/check off each subject upon completion. This has worked for us, but with my kids going into middle & high school I’m wondering if I should be giving them more responsibility. I’m just trying to figure out if it would work for us or not… wondering how to go about it.

    Any advice or input?

    • As each year progresses I try to put more on them to plan. We definitely go over what is expected weekly at the start of the year and I give a sample outline for each week. As they progress through the years, our girls have liked to create their own schedules and blocks – so maybe more math one day and then the next focus on a different subject. I still have to follow up though – because intentions are one thing and what actually happens can often be another. :)

      I’d rather they fail and learn while with me, then send them off unprepared on how to manage their time (and to be honest, I’m not always great at it myself). It’s always a work in progress!

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