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This calendar and planner is a perpetual unit, meaning it can be used year after year. You can start it at anytime of the year, and simply fill in the dates on the calendar pages. This planner will help you stay organized and keep track of vital data and planning.
This planner has a daily, weekly and monthly view so you can see your week or month at a glance. You can begin this calendar at any time of the year, just click and print. If you prefer weekly view, just print that part, or all of the planner. This planner is made to fit your needs. The planner also has a section for the blogger. See below for all the page styles.
Included in this planner:
Calendars (all perpetual) Daily, Week-At-A-Glance, Month-At-A-Glance Collaborative Notes section to keep up with all the plans Blog Posts Blog Post Data Reviews and Giveaways Product Ideas Collaborative Boards Data sheets for Followers, Earnings and Goals, and Expenses Doodle pages (for those looong staff meetings) Notes To Do pages
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About the Seller
Georgia Grown Kiddos
Hi y'all, I'm Valerie, owner of Georgia Grown Kiddos. Thank you so much for stopping by the storefront. I have been using my own creations for over 15 years in my classroom, and have been creating materials for homeschool and classrooms for over 3 years. I have a Masters of Art degree in Early Childhood Education and am a Gifted and Talented certified educator in grades preK through 5th. I have 14 years of classroom experience. Georgia Grown Kiddos has education curriculum, activities, and hands-on learning materials for both home school and classrooms, both public and private. Academic levels of preschool through 5th grade are the focal point of my content, and I am more than thrilled to create and or differentiate all of my products to fit your children's specific academic needs.