Thursday, December 19

Five Best Planners for Teens

High school is when we begin to transition our students into college life.  A big part of that transition is learning time management.  As a teen, your student is juggling classes, extracurricular activities, athletics, a part-time job, and friends and family.  It can be difficult to remember all of the details!

A good planner works for you and your needs.  What is right for one person may not be the best option for someone else, so take a moment to investigate each option and find the one that works best for your student.
Two great planners, Clever Fox and Panda, were not included in this list because they are only designed to last six months...which isn't enough to get you through the school year.

Artfan Planner
  • Undated planner allows you to start at any point.
  • Smaller size makes it easier to carry.
  • Hourly blocks for every day of the week.
  • Hardcover and band-closure makes it more durable.
  • Includes calendar stickers for quick planning.
  • Includes references with calendar, goal tracking, reflections, and inspirational quotes.
  • Includes a gift box and pens, for use as a nice gift!
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At-A-Glance Planner

  • Follows the academic year, from July to July.
  • Simple design is more popular with males.
  • Weekly pages have blocks for each hour of the weekday.
  • Weekend spaces for notes.
  • Tips on studying, note-taking, and time management.

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  • Available in several colors and styles.
  • Months are tabbed for easy navigation.
  • Blocks for each day allow you to see the entire month.
  • Includes folder and pouch for papers.
  • Inspirational quotes and goal-setting pages.
  • Hardcover makes it more durable.

Freedom Planner Pro

  • Undated planner allows you to start at any point.
  • Section for reflections and goal-setting.
  • Blocks for planning each hour of every day.
  • Includes inspirational quotes.
  • For both academic and professional use.

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Global Printed Planner

  • Dated from July to June, this is designed for the academic year.
  • Comes in a variety of colors and styles.
  • One column with blocked hours; one 'To Do List' column.
  • Space for reflections and goal-setting.

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Schoolhouse Teachers has a FREE Printable Planner as part of its membership.  There are a few options for planners here, including one specifically for high school students and one for parents.

In addition to calendar planning pages, the parent planner includes:
  • Helpful articles written by homeschooling experts.
  • Interactive calendars, planning pages, field trip logs, and transcripts.
  • Notebooking and Lapbook resources
  • Must-have lists, including common Greek and Latin roots, books of the Bible, grammar and spelling rules, a periodic table of the elements, U.S. Presidents and more!
  • Helpful household forms such as chore charts, grocery lists, and meal-planning charts.

Read a full-length review of Schoolhouse Teachers here.

Teens aren't the only ones who need a good planner, and that's why we've created "Our Best Year Ever!" homeschool planner.

The “Our Best Year Ever!” Planner is a re-usable, yearly planner that includes:
  • Month at-a-glance (12)
  • week at-a-glance (reproducible)
  • daily planner (reproducible – 2 versions)
  • schoolwork chart (reproducible)
  • meal planner (12)
  • chore chart (reproducible)
  • unit study guide (reproducible)
  • book list for the year

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