elementary student planner

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I finally finished designing the student planner for my soon-to-be 2nd grade son, Luke. It is a culmination of our experiences with school last year. It takes into account the needs of an ADHD student by providing things like a daily picture reminder to take home jacket, lunch box, etc every day. However, it is great for any early elementary student.

The cover is all my own personal photography of places we've been and things we've seen. I offer another, more girlie, version of this cover in a different color palette as well. I will personalize your student planner with your child's name on the cover.

Inside, each week is covered in one 2-page spread. There are spaces for homework assignments and reminders; list of what to bring home; visual reminder of items such as jacket and lunchbox to bring home daily; daily parent-teacher communications; daily behavior report; weekly spelling words; and favorites for the week.

The 80-page planner runs from August 24 to June 18 with December 21 to January 1st omitted for Holiday Break. If these dates don't work for you, contact me and we'll discuss a custom planner.

I thought other moms might like to have this so I have posted a download of the entire 80+ page planner for just $4 in my Etsy shop. Check out the listing here.

If you wanted to purchase the "girl"
version now, just purchase the one I have listed and put a note to seller that you want the girl cover.

Even if you are not interested in purchasing it for
your child, take a look and post your feedback. I can certainly make improvements at any point.

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Penny Williams

1 Response to "elementary student planner"

December 9, 2014 at 10:35 PM
I love the "take home" section. I made morning and bedtime to-do charts for my son because I swear every day was his first day on this planet because of his ADHD. He never remembered to do anything and it really helped. Great idea!

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