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The cheerful weekly planner of Gezinnig counts 80 magnets with illustrations of various activities (school, gym, swimming lessons) and people (mum, dad, babysitter) and gives a clear overview of the week. This Gezinnig topper has been in a new, fresh package since the summer of 2018.
About the Week Planner
The weekly planner is a colorful planning board for one child, from about 3 to 10 years. The planning board comes with basic set of 80 magnets with icons. The round magnets are provided with simple illustrations that symbolize different activities or people, such as going to school, day off, mum, dad, sports, swimming lessons, gaming, staying, NSO, babysitter. The blank magnets are for self-recording, the 'picture frame' for pasting a passport photo. There is also a magnet with an arrow that you can stick above today. The board can be written on with a whiteboard marker. The size is slightly larger than an A4.
Contents of the box:
One magnetic planning board (24 x 30 cm)
Eighty magnets (diameter 1.7 cm)
Manual + legend
Why choose a weekly planner?
Hold and rest. The weekly planner ensures that children can oversee the week. Well or no school, when to swimming lessons or the birthday party.
Independence. Children get more sense of time and by helping to fill in the weekly planner and looking at it, the individual responsibility is stimulated.
Prepared. Even with less fun things, such as a visit to the dentist, a weekly planner works nice because your child is not raided. If a child is prepared for exciting events, the activity itself is usually less difficult at the moment.
Fun. In addition to the educational functions, the weekly planner is also fun. It is a cheerful overview where you can draw and 'pushed' to your heart's content.
Extra function: you can also use the weekly planner to apply a simple reward system.
About the colors
In the design of this weekly planner, the colors of the kindergarten method Schatkist van Zwijsen used to be fun (Monday yellow, Tuesday red, Wednesday pink, Thursday purple, Friday blue, Saturday and Sunday green). Many children know this division of school, because many schools work with this method. Not all schools, there is no universal model for the whole of the Netherlands. We consulted various pedagogues and the general view is that children can flexibly deal with the (possibly) different color systems at school and at home.