This is perfect for my first grader. She absolutely loves opening up the week and tracking for herself. I love that it has little suggestions as to what to work on that week as well as the quarterly assessments. I loved it so much I grabbed the 2nd level for my 3rd grader and it is perfect for him to keep track as well!! The best east elementary planner to help encourage independent learning habits!!
These planners are such a simple, neat way of introducing kids to being responsible for daily tasks. I am using Level 1 with my 5 yr old, and Level 2 with my 9 and 6 1/2 yr olds. (9 yr old has special needs so this is just right for him) Looking forward to watching them grow this year using the planners!
Although a 7yrs old might be able to use a higher level, I chose level 2 for my 7 year old as I really liked the pages where he gets to plan to document his week and goals. I do notice that reading appears in the daily habits and in the school check mark area, and my boys love to read so that is not a "problem" but they don't see "reading" as school and more like a habit. So I kind of which it only appeared up in the habits and we could name two of our own areas down in the school section. We also plan to change the "language" to "second language" some weeks as he is learning Spanish. So I just love how versatile it is as a planner overall.
We just started using this. So far we love it. This is our first year homeschooling. My son is 7 and in second grade. But I thought this was a good place to start. Not too overwhelming. I like that this planner has most things written in. I add some details and then we are good to go! We are working our way up to doing all subjects each day.
This planner is perfect for my son. Good quality and nice layout.
I purchased this to use with my r year old for this upcoming school year, so that I can get her used to sitting with me for a short time each morning to ease her into schoolwork gradually over the next few years. She is always asking for her own work to do, and this planner has handy checklists that match the upper level planners to make her feel just like her older siblings. I like that there are short stories built in for introducing reading comprehension, and even some short tracing pages she can work on without it being overkill or too much busy work.
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