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Planning Your Day 101: Helping Preteens Make the Most of Every Day (Weekend & Summer Edition)

This workbook serves as a creative space for tweens to build their own schedule for weekends and summer days. As they work through the book, preteens will learn important life habits like planning, time management, life balance, and flexibility, t
Paperback, 55 pages
Published March 13th 2021 by All Booked, LLC
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Apr 02, 2021 rated it really liked it
Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the chance to read a copy of this book!

Disclaimer that I am not a preteen and I don't have preteens in my life via family or work or volunteering, so I can't make any predictions about how the actual target audience will respond to the book. I, however, really enjoyed this as a millennial who's obsessed with productivity aids but also completely overthinks everything and needed a simple palate cleanser.

The book is visually appealing, colorful and choc
May 07, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: netgalley, self-help
The book is divided into 8 main chapters with an Introduction and Extra Worksheets too. The main chapters are:
- Move
- Grow
- Create
- Meals
- Chill
- Contribute
- Tech Time
- Hang Out

To give a brief overview of a few chapters, the first chapter 'Move' is about doing physical activity, be that swimming, cycling, etc 'Growing' is not all about growing plants, it about growing your mind through various activities. The book contains lots of ideas like this throughout all the chapters and provides room for
Pegah Ouji
Mar 30, 2021 rated it it was amazing
It is no secret that with the pandemic, many young children are faced with the difficult tasks of staying motivated and on track when all their educational activities take place on the computer screen where many other distraction lie in waiting to sap their energies. This book can be a useful tool to help kids in elementary or middle-school stay on track and learn the skill of planning. The book can facilitate a conversation between busy, tired adult caregivers and the children at home. It's not ...more
Apr 04, 2021 rated it liked it
Planning Your Day 101 is a nicely visual workbook suited to preteens learning about organisation. It gives some examples, but talks more in term of categories such as time to create and time to contribute - it would've been nice to see some more specifics here, particularly in the final schedule example.

I do think it seems overly positive. It feels like it's trying to grab attention by referencing Youtube multiple times, but more often putting in things that don't tend to excite the target audie
Apr 01, 2021 rated it really liked it
Planning your time is a life skill. The earlier you can learn, the easier certain things in life will be. This is a great guide for older kids and pre-teens with extra work pages in the back.

My one criticism is that in the chapter about moving it mentions food as a reward, and this is not a healthy habit to develop.

Overall, an excellent beginner's guide to planning.

I received a copy from Netgalley. All opinions are my own.
Emily Neilsen
Apr 18, 2021 rated it it was amazing
My teen and pre teen read through this and we thought it was a very doable fun book with great ideas for them and even me to use on the weekends or during the summer or really any time you want to. I highly recommend this book to parents and their kids.
Apr 28, 2021 marked it as to-read
I received this ebook from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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