Help Your Teens Stay Organized with A Plan in Place
Looking for an easy to use, simple planner for your Homeschooled High School students? These easy to use student planners were created by homeschool moms for homeschool moms just like you. Having a planner for your high schooler really takes the pressure off mom to have to reinvent the wheel each year and print off reams of lesson plan pages or schedule sheets for each child. Everything is all contained within the planner for a neat and tidy record for each student, each year.
It’s a planner and a yearbook all in one!
~Don’t miss the discount code at the end!
A Plan in Place Planners
A Plan in Place takes the guess work out of planning and organizing by creating planners to suit your child and you.
The planners are completely customizable to fit your student’s personal style and starting at just $19.99 this is an affordable option to help ensure your teens stay organized throughout their high school years.
Yes, I hear it too sometimes.
That’s why I was thrilled to see all the options available with A Plan in Place Planners.
Now your student can simply keep track of their classes and lessons completed right within the pages of their personal custom planner!
No more wondering what is next on the list to accomplish each day, it’s all right there for them to see.
And when they’re done, they are done.
What better way to foster independence in your children (and that’s one of our main jobs as parents) than to hand them one of these great planners and let them fill it up (with a little guidance and direction of course).
Giving your student the freedom to doodle, write out their goals and ideas, and stay on track with their daily and weekly lessons helps to empower them, creating independent learners and achievers.
This is a huge benefit for mom as she can pass some of the responsibilities off to her children and create some free time for herself in the process.
I appreciate how thoughtfully the planners are designed.
The student planners have divided sections including:
- goals and planning
- weekly schedule
- notes and record keeping
This is really helpful for both mom and student for planning ahead, and to accumulate a portfolio towards the end of the year.
Especially beneficial if you are required by your state to show proof of work completed by your students.
What’s no to love about this kind of flexibility and organization for the High School Years, check out A Plan in Place today!
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Are you helping your teen stay organized with a planner yet?
I just finished Smart but Scattered Teens after reading the first book. Kids need to be taught executive functioning but we too often think they know how to us the planner, etc. it takes a lot of prayer and patience, too, because at this age we assume they can do it easily. Unfortunately it is like teaching them to read or dress. Time, and patience and it runs into all areas beyond the academic of their lives. Social. Everything. A must read before venturing into high school planners.
Meredith Henning says
Hey Sam, thanks for your comment and I totally agree that teens need an extraordinary amount of patience from their parents. As homeschoolers we have the advantage of helping to prepare our teens for life after academics and with a head start in organizational skills such as using a great planner like A Plan in Place Planners, it will only add to their confidence and experience as they head out into the world. Using a planner is a great way to become more accountable and independent as well, especially throughout the college years! Have a great day 🙂