The first day of school isn’t the “First Day of School” anymore
With Kindergarten and Pre-K and structured day care, that once common rite of passage, the “First Day of School,” doesn’t loom so large to primary school students anymore. While there’s far less separation anxiety these days, the first time children enter a classroom to begin their education, they do embark on a new journey – one that may be all the more dramatic after a summer break.
A primary school student planner designed to introduce organizational skills
At qualityplanners.com, all of our planners, from primary school student planners, elementary school student planners, middle school students planners, high school student planners to college student planners empower a student by supporting efforts to develop time management and organizational skills.
Obviously, a seasoned student and a student just starting out need different levels of support.
It is one thing to reinforce organizational skills, and something else to “introduce” them!
Our primary school student planner excels at introducing organizational skills. It is an ideal tool to be used in conjunction with a “study hour” in which parent and child can begin the routine of setting aside a designated time for school work.
Our primary school planner has been carefully designed to appeal to a youngster’s tastes. There is a simple and colorful “week at a glance” calendars to start primary school students on good time management habits.
A primary school student planner as tangible reminder of concepts encountered for the first time
Because it is never too early to introduce the concept of time management, our primary school planner offers a section for goal setting to reinforce classroom and study habits.
The primary school planner serves then as a physical and tangible reminder for concepts that are as yet very abstract to a young mind. They can hold in their hands solid reminders of the habits they are just learning to grasp.
Finally, our primary school planner acknowledges that the primary school student is just beginning to notice milestones in his or her short life. To help reinforce the habit of organizing one’s experiences, the primary school planner includes a section for the student to add “class memories.”
It all ads up to an exceptional introduction to the skill sets that will serve a student through his or her entire academic career!