Ultimate Weekly Planner For Teens with Gray Cover
A planner should be _______. Ask a hundred teens how to fill in the blank and I’ve no doubt this planner will measure up. First of all, it’s amazingly practical and usable. Spiral bound; backpack-sized size (7”x8.5”); pleasing, subtle-hued graphics; plasticized covers; and, undoubtedly, whatever content page you might possibly want. Its fill-in-the-date approach allows for maximum flexibility. Twelve monthly (two-page) schedules provide an inspirational scripture, interesting brain facts, roomy daily squares, and places for notes. Weekly (two-page) schedules (48) provide five lined boxes per day, a place to keep track of SAT words, and an inspirational quote as well as places for doodles, notes and appointments. Extra (and useful) pages abound: U.S. and world maps, periodic table, guides to pronunciation, italics, and capitalization – and much more. Also included is a nice collection of record-keeping, transcript-planning, and college-prepping pages. You’ll want to tuck this planner away in a memorabilia box when you’re through. In addition to all the academic information, there’s a journal-type section for “my favorite things” (i.e. movies, books, friends, etc.) as well as a couple of pages devoted to “dreaming” and writing out goals. Janice
is "undated", but do the year at a glance calendars include 2015-2016?
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