You see it every school year. Potential success spoiled by a lack of organization. This new and fun Daily Planner from National Geographic Kids could be the first step to uncluttering the mess. Spiral bound so it can lay flat, the planner goes from August to June but is not dependent on a particular year.

Each week gives a weird-but-true question, quiz, or to do activity. Fun graphics and wacky facts (Like…The world’s most expensive cheese is made from donkey’s milk) are splashed across the pages. Each day is boldly printed and given four to six lines to write in your important events.

In the front is a two page spread where you can note all of your class locations and teachers. In the back are fourteen pages of Homework Help full of maps, charts, and how to write a report or make an oral report.

Here’s what National Geographic for Kids has to say about this helpful resource:

Prepare to be amazed each day with weird-but-true facts that will impress your friends and stump your parents. Turn the page and record your school work, keep track of activities, and plan your social life, all while learning wild and wacky things about the world around you.

Fun prompts invite you to celebrate weirdness. Plus there are homework help sections and tons of space to write or doodle your daily schedule any way you wish. With beautiful full-color artwork and engaging information and activities, this is the must-have planner. It’s a great way to stand out from the crowd!


Yes, school is gearing up (or already started) so why not celebrate weirdness with your own Daily Planner. It’s an essential key to success for any middle or high school student!

About Greg Pattridge

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  1. Denise V says:

    I’m going to get this for my 7th grade son who is always disorganized. Thanks for sharing.

  2. What a smart and fun idea. I wish I had had something like this when I was a kid. Thanks for telling me about this. I’ll keep it in mind for next year.

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