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Teen To Teen Academic Planner by B&H Kids Editorial Staff
Published by B&H Books Format: Hardcover
Basketball practices, math tests, small-group meetings, college tours and applications—teens today face an overwhelming amount of tasks and activities on a daily basis. Having a reliable system of organization for all of these activities is essential to preparing teens for college, work, and life.
This July 2019–June 2020 Teen to Teen Academic Planner, with its simple, clean design and lay-flat pages, provides generous space for capturing your assignments and keeping you organized with monthly and weekly spreads as well as full-year views. Be inspired with encouraging quotes and Scriptures from the best-selling Teen to Teen devotionals, and keep an eye on the big picture with a weekly top-three checklist and gratitude section.
I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to get my review of the Teen to Teen 2019 – 2020 Academic Planner out to you all, especially since when I first received it in the main I was so giddy and awed by it’s simplistic yet functional contents.
One of the first thing I noticed about this Teen to Teen Academic Planner was that the planner could work for more than just teens and their everyday tasks and assignment. Going through the planner I could envision different ways I could use this planner for either a long term project or for specific area of my life.
There are quotes or testimonials from teens around the United States that will encourage other teens in their Christian walk while encountering the challenges and experiences of the world. But again, everything in this planner can be geared towards anyone who’s looking for a dedicated planner for a particular project or aspect of their lives.
My favorite parts of this Teen to Teen Academic Planner would be the monthly layout, the construction paper feel, and the design of the hardcover. Other than my bullet journal I never thought that I would enjoy another hardcover planner, but this particular planner feels comfortable in my hands and it’s light and slim enough that it doesn’t feel clunky when I take it with me places.
If you do choose to purchase this planner and use it for coursework there is a weekly schedule and semester planner spread early on in this planner that will better help you map out your school year.
In thinking about all that this planner has to offer I sort of wish that I had known about it when I was going through my Bachelor’s. I think that this type of planner, with it’s uncomplicated weekly view and open spaced monthly view, that I would’ve had an easier time focusing on assignments instead of how to factor in each assignment into my busy schedule.