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 really like the design and layout of this planner. I wouldn’t quite call it “lay-flat” pages as the description says since it’s a bound hardcover book but it lays flat enough to use with ease. There wasn’t a ton of extra content to make it stand out from other planners, but there was a short quote shared at the bottom of the left page for each week. I read many of them and found them to be not only encouraging but challenging for growth. If I’m being honest I’m not sure how many teens would use the top-three or gratitude lines but they’re good to think about. I realize that when it comes to school Monday is the first day of the week, but I still have a hard time seeing a calendar with Sunday at the end. Maybe that’s different for kids though. Overall it’s a nice planner and is functional for it’s purpose. As a hardcover I’m sure it’ll be able to stand up to messy teens better than the flimsy ones the schools give out (at least in my area), although I know not all schools give them out at all. It’s a nice and sturdy option for teens.
*I received a copy of this planner from B&H Publishers. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.
Thank you for this thoughtful and honest review. I am considering what is the best planning tool for my soon-to-be ninth grader and found this helpful. 🙂
Oh good I’m glad it was helpful! Good luck for your 9th grader! I also heard that there is a version of this for girls as well. The insides are the same but the cover is more feminine. Don’t know if your child is a boy or girl but that might help too lol