Thursday, September 23, 2010

TOS Planners... yes PlannerS, there is more than one... check it out

TOS now has student planners. Each has pages that are pertinent for just that age. The high school planner will not have handwriting pages in it... the primary planner will not have chemistry terms.

  • Primary Planner—grades K–3
  • Secondary School Planner—grades 4–6
  • Middle School Planner—grades 7–8
  • High School Planner—grades 9–12
You can also combine the original planner (for Mom) with other student planners.

And you can get the planner(s) as an E-book download or on a CD.

Then there are also Modules to go with the planner. One for each month of the year. ( plus the Modules from 2008 and the Modules from 2009)

Here is the link to ALL the planners, all the combos, all the ways to have the planner.
51 different planners, modules and combo's available. Good luck choosing the ones that are just right for you and your family.

Here is some information about what is in the planners.

One of my favorite things about the planners: Use the planners on the computer or make a hard copy. Select pages, customize them by typing information directly into the form, and save them or print them. No more struggling with unusable pages or too few pages. Need more pages or a different form later? No problem. Simply modify the form and add it to the planner.

Select from a wide variety of forms:
  • To-do lists (today, tomorrow, next week . . .)
  • Marking period planners
  • Wish list (stuff to buy later)
  • Science lab sheets (use to gather all the supplies and record the experiment too)
  • Book reports
  • Chore charts (includes tasks and pictures for primary and secondary grades)
  • Loaned and borrowed lists (no more lost books, CDs, DVDs . . .)
  • Family tree
  • Community service record (college and scholarship applications may require this information)
  • Dates to remember (birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, important events)
  • Website login/password reference (handy!)
Plus . . .
Schedule with monthly and yearly calendars; assignment and due date sheets; or daily, weekly, and quarterly sheets.
Set daily, weekly, monthly, semester, or yearly goals.
Build high school transcripts and track hours—start now to make transcript creation easy.
Evaluate progress and document curriculum, educational objectives, course of study, test scores, yearly grades, or a 12-year plan.
Capture memories of the first and last days of school with a Beginning/Ending School Year Page.
Record extracurricular activities, music lessons, field trips, memory work, books read, or crafts completed.
Create daily journals or nature journals. Fun journal pages for primary and secondary children include lines to practice handwriting and draw a picture.
Document spiritual milestones with prayer journal sheets, Bible study notes, Bible reading highlights, or discipleship recording sheets. Even add a Bible reading plan to read from Genesis to Revelation or chronologically.

Not only can each child create a one-of-a-kind planner, but age-appropriate articles and reference sheets will also make the planners a handy reference tool.
Include "How-to" Guides for ready reference:
  • Letter writing tips
  • Lapbooking directions
  • Handwriting guides
Add "Must-Know" Lists for those hard-to-remember facts and figures:
  • Measurement conversions
  • Elements
  • Capitals of states or countries
  • Timelines
  • Kitchen and measurement conversions
  • And more!
Creating and designing their own individualized planners will make scheduling fun for children and teens.

I also talked about the planners HERE and HERE in previous posts.

I am putting this ad on my blog to challenge you to buy the TOS Planner which I love. This blog post is also an entry to win a gift certificate. One of us who post an ad to our blog will be chosen at random.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Debbie,
Enjoyed my visit reading your blog today with my freshly cup of brewed tea!

I have this planner and your post makes me want to pull it up again and see if I can make better use of it.


Anonymous said...

Testing...I hope that my last comment came through.


Debbie said...

Came through fine Tamara. I have my comments on moderation so I had to allow your comment before it posts. Thanks for stopping by. I am glad my post inspired you to get your planner out and use it more.


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