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Download 2008/2009 Achieve Student Day Planner epub

by Action Publishing,Inc.,Grady Busse

The 2008/2009 Achieve Student Day Planner is our mid-size planner. Unlabeled daily blocks allow for maximum flexibility, while afternoon and weekend areas let you track personal study time and involvement in school activities. With SAT-prep vocabulary and a thorough academic reference, the Achieve helps you prepare for every class - and success in college or careers. Heavy duty double loop wire binding holds tough clear plastic front and black back for easy use on any surface or on no surface. 7 x 8.5 - 144 pages 13 months (August - August) Grades 6 - College Action Student Planners are used by nearly one million students worldwide. Give it a try and you ll know why.
Download 2008/2009 Achieve Student Day Planner epub
ISBN: 1934687057
ISBN13: 978-1934687055
Category: No category
Subcategory: Calendars Planners & Personal Organizers
Author: Action Publishing,Inc.,Grady Busse
Language: English
Publisher: Action Publishing, Inc.; First edition (June 1, 2008)
ePUB size: 1350 kb
FB2 size: 1791 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 230
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I spent weeks looking for a planner for my high school student who wanted to organize when his assignments were due. He wanted to be able to view a week at a time with the major subjects (math, science, social studies and language arts) already laid out for him. He also wanted space for electives and after school activities. This planner has all that.

So far I love it because he says it's making easier for him to remember what he has to do and he is using it everyday. Yesterday, his guidance counselor told me that hasn't missed turning in an assignment yet this year.

Just a side note. I had gone to the local teacher resource store and also the big box office stores to look at (Mead and At-a-Glance) planners. I couldn't find any planners with dates and subject headings already printed in them. I also surfed the internet and there weren't any that were available for parents to buy on their own. The Action Publishing planners seems like a nice product line and I glad Amazon carries it.
The calendar sections look good, but the plastic used for the cover is too flimsy. It curls up and away from the planner. I returned it because I know my 12 year old would have ruined in a month just getting it in and out of his backpack.
After searching all the local big chain book stores, we were so relieved to finally find the "perfect" school assignment calendar. My high school teenager loves it and most importantly USES it everyday.
My daughter is using this agenda book every day. I don't know what she would do without one and this particular one has been a good choice.
The contents in itself is pretty good. There is plenty enough space to write your tasks on for that weekday. I wish there was more space to write on Sat & Sunday. For online/home schooled high school students like myself, we do a lot more work on the weekends. I also would like notes section after the end of each month. Just a couple of lined pages will do. I liked reading the little study tips and the weekly vocab. And the academic reference at the back is very useful. I always use the maps & the periodic table. What I don't like about the planner is that it tears easily. A hardcover will do wonders. But then again it is one the best student planners I've ever owned.