This American Sign Language Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Updated ASL Yearly Planner Spiral is the perfect tool to plan and schedule your busy life. Each page is rich in color and contains both English and sign language.
Enjoy the change of design and signs with each season.
This undated ASL yearly planner calendar spiral bound, measuring 8.5″ x 11″, is a unique, one-of-a-kind designed for those who enjoy sign language. It will help keep you organized on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. The large-format gives you plenty of room for all of your important information. The ASL Planner contains:
- 12-month calendar
- 60-week sections
- 60 day/hourly time section
- Goal setting
- To-Do List
- 12 note pages
- QR Codes for ASL resources
- ASL Alphabet
- ASL Numbers
- ASL Conversation Prompts
Each monthly calendar is spread over two pages with boxes to write in your dates and a large note section. This is followed by five weekly pages which include ample space to write down your daily schedule, appointments, activities, week’s focus, and an extra area just for your goals and To-Do list to keep track of it all. In addition, there are 2 pages for keeping track of your daily schedule hour-by-hour for the entire week.
Staying organized has never been easier with this distinctive American Sign Language planner. It will quickly become your favorite tool to keep organized for school, work, and personal life.
This is a physical calendar that you will receive via mail. It is not a digital download and is not included in membership benefits. These are non-refundable products.
How to order the ASL Yearly Planner Spiral
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Seven Calendar Pro Tips
- Keep calendar centrally located
- Schedule time for planning
- Keep the focus on your goals
- Design your ideal workweek
- Practice your ASL numbers daily
- Establish a practical daily routine
- Color-code your calendar
In simplest terms, time management is the ability to plan, organize, and control your time. Controlling the hours in your day will help you accomplish your goals. Ultimately, good time management is focusing on activities that get results rather than merely being busy. Done correctly, you’ll be more productive and efficient. You’ll also have less stress and have more opportunities to grow personally and professionally. Control of your time helps you develop a strong professional reputation.
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