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Looking for a 2018 – 2019 student planner this school year (August 2018 – July 2019)? It’s here and it’s free (PDF). They come in different sizes and different color themes. Just fill out the form at the end of this post to access your free copy.
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- 1 2018 – 2019 Student Planner
- 2 Printing Your Planners
- 3 Ways to Use Certain Pages
- 4 Get Your Free 2018 – 2019 Student Planner
- 5 Save This
2018 – 2019 Student Planner
Two Color Themes Available
The 2018 – 2019 student planner comes in two color themes. One is pink, orange, purple, and blue. And the other is blue, green, and dark gray.
Below are the pages you will receive in either color.
- Title page
- Year-at-a-glance calendar
- Monthly information page
- Month page 1
- Month page 2
- Week page 1
- Week page 2
- Notes/Graph page
- Class Schedule
- Attendance Record
- Grade Recorder
- Reading Log
- Web Resources/Passwords
- Contacts page
- Weekly divider
- Records divider
Two Different Sizes Available
The 2018 – 2019 student planner also comes in two different sizes. One size fits a typical 10.5″w x 11.5″h (26.67 cm x 29.21 cm) binder. This size is perfect for elementary and middle school students.
The other size is for mini binders. These sizes can vary so make sure it can hold a sheet of paper at 5.5″w x 8.5″h (13.97 cm x 21.59 cm). These are better suited for high school students.
Printing Your Planners
These student planners are only available in PDF. I have formatted these pages so that when printed back to front, everything should line up perfectly. However, here are some tips for printing them so that you don’t waste paper over the year.
The following is the page-sequence you should follow. The page number’s arrow will point to the page number that should be printed on the back.
- pg. 1–> pg.2 (only once)
- pg. 3–> pg. 4 (once monthly)
- pg. 5–> pg. 6 (once monthly)
- pg. 6 –>pg. 7 (print time = # of weeks in the month)
- pg. 7–> pg. 8 (once monthly)
- pg. 9–> pg. 10 (print as needed)
- pg. 11–> pg. 11 (print as needed)
- pg. 12 (print only once)
- pg. 13–> pg. 13 (print as needed)
- pg. 14–> pg. 14 (print as needed)
- pg. 15–> pg. 16 (only once)
The following is the page-sequence you should follow for the mini size planners. Again, the page number’s arrow will point to the page number that should be printed on the back.
- pg. 1 –> pg. 2 (only once)
- pg. 3 –> pg. 4 (once monthly)
- pg. 5–> pg. 6 (once monthly)
- pg. 7–> pg. 8 (print time = # of weeks in the month)
- pg. 9 –> pg. 10 (only once)
- pg. 11 –> pg. 11 (only once)
- pg. 12 –> pg. 12 (as needed/can be combined with pg. 13)
- pg. 13 –> pg. 13 (as needed/can be combined with pg. 12)
- pg. 14 and 15 are extra sheets of pg. 11 if needed
- pg. 15 are your planner tabs (print once)
The following are recommendations so that your student’s planner will last throughout the year.
- laminate the title/calendar page and tab dividers OR…
- use reinforcement labels to keep these pages from ripping out over time
- for grade recorder and attendance sheets, use card stock or heavy paper or again, you can also use reinforcement labels
Ways to Use Certain Pages
For the weekly sheets, the small columns on the left of each day can be used to enter the time of day or can serve as a place to put a checkmark after one is done with a chore, assignment, etc.
Although the notes page says ‘Oodles of Doodles’, kids can use the space for notes and calculations. I like the graph part to help keep their numbers straight when calculating math problems. But, of course, they can use that part to create some pixelated artwork.
We use colored highlighters on our attendance recorder. Yellow for days in school, pink for weekends, orange for holidays, and green for vacations.
Personally, I would print out one grade recorder per subject rather than using the same sheet for all subjects. This way it will be easier to add up the grades at the end of the year for their final grade.
If your student is not homeschooled, then please be careful when filling out the web resources page. Instead of entering the actual password, I would fill in a hint for that password. This way, if they misplace their planner, then you don’t have to worry about someone getting a hold of their internet information.
Get Your Free 2018 – 2019 Student Planner
You’ll find 2018-2019 student planners in my Free Resource Library — You can get the password by filling out the form below:
Click the links below if you’d like to check out our other free planners:
- *new the project planner you can use for school projects!
- daily pages for mini planners (now available in regular size too)
- 2018 mini planner cover, calendar, & bookmark (now available in regular size too)
- mini menu planner
- regular-sized finance pages
- mini finance planner
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