6 Divisions in Either Direction
The lesson planners that I am going to link on this page will have 6 divisions in either direction.
2-Page Ruled Planner - 6x5
6 planner columns, 5 planner rows, and one wide list
6x5 2-Page Planner
This planner has dashed ruled lines and pointy fingers. The words on it are Date and Subject
5x6 and Ruled
This planner has a 5x6 grid and a ruled top.
Based on my choice of words, this planner must be a subject planners, but it doesn't have to be used as one.
from the Colonial Planner Set
Colonial Planner Plan List - A journal type of planner - This planner has a large square at the top with a list right of the square and the bottom portion of the page has 6 rows for planning.
Colonial Planner 6x8 Block Planner
Colonial Planner 6x18 Semester Planner - Semester Planners are subject planners that are used for master plans.
Picture is the a 4-page keyed quarter planner. The planner has a 6th column that can be used for notes or for another day of plans.
from Alexia Planner
Alexia Schedule 6x9 - because this planner has 9 rows, it could be also used for a quarter planner, however; it is technically not a quarter planner because it has 54 blocks, but if your school term quarters have more than 45 days, then this planner might fill the need for your longer than standard quarters.
From Plain Set
From the plain set planners I have a 3 "6x" planners.
From by Columns
a One Year Dated 6-Column Planner
6-Column Planner that Starts in July
very plain has ruled columns - subjects would be "fluid"
The link goes to the planner's page. I linked it thusly so you'd go and read the printing instructions. This is one that should be printed back to back in a certain way.
I'm not sure what I was thinking when I made this planner- chains?, bubbles? It was only when I finished it that I realized I had made a 6-column planner, a first for me. Not first in not knowing what I was doing, but first in making a 6-column planner.