Ward Teacher's 8-period Lesson Plan Book - 9 Month - 8 1/2" x 11" - Wire Bound - White, Dark Green -
Item Number: HUB18
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- Covers a school year up to 9 Months
- Each week is divided into a five-day week with eight periods per day
- Printed in Green ink on White paper and bound in a durable, deep Green cover with semi-concealed wire binding
- Contains a two-year calendar, yearly schedule of school events, seating charts and memorandum sheets
Eight-period plan book covers a school year up to 38 weeks. Each week is divided into a five-day week with eight periods per day. Letter-size planning pages are printed in green ink on quality white paper and bound in a durable, deep green cover with semi-concealed wire binding. Book contains a two-year calendar, yearly schedule of school events, seating charts, and memorandum sheets.
Manufacturer: The Hubbard Company
Manufacturer Part Number: 18
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.hubbardcompany.com
Product Name: Teacher's 8-period Lesson Plan Book
Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Sheet Height: 11"
Sheet Width: 8 1/2"
Binding Type: Wire Bound
Time Period: 9 Month
Features: Reference Calendar,Durable,Memo Section
Color: White,Dark Green
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