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    amygailanderson is offline Junior Member
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    Default Activity Planner Editing

    Is there a way to edit a created schedule or do I have to create a whole new plan? I create a plan then realize it is showing irrelevant data then I have to create a new plan. Last night I created three plans. I got the last one to be just how I wanted it then realized I put the start date as Monday instead of Wednesday. Is there a way for me to view the plan then edit it after it has been saved? It is truly frustrating to have to complete new lesson plans in order to fix this issue.
    Also, I am needing to keep my daughter's language arts from adding in the newly added material. If I could edit her old plan then I could fix it to where she stays on track in LA. Currently, I would have to print out LA on the old schedule which would print all subjects then give her only the LA for that schedule then I would have to print her new schedule for the other subjects.
    There has got to be a way for parents to edit a saved schedule versus having parents continually make new schedules to tweak the information.
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    T4LJulia is offline Administrator
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    Unfortunately, we do not currently have a way for parents to go in and edit an already existing plan. If you need to make changes to a planner, you will need to go in and create a new plan.

    Our system actually automatically changes the start date for plans to be on Monday. You can, however, select the days you'd like your student to be doing work by clicking on the dropdown that says "Choose", and choosing the day of the week you would like them to do that piece of work. For example, if you'd like your student to start on Wednesday, you'd just want to select the first activity to be done on Wednesday.

    If you do not want your student to do the new material, you can choose not to include them on the Activity Planner. When creating the new plan for Language Arts, you'll want to select "Choose My Material", as opposed to "All Material". From there, look for the activities labelled "New!". Those activities are the new activities, and you can uncheck those to keep them from showing up on her activity planner.

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    We just started T4L for our preschooler. I tried to create a schedule but it shows no active students. What do I do now?

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    LaceyLFlowers is offline Junior Member
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    My preschooler also doesn't show. Only my elementary student.

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    heydi78 is offline Junior Member
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    The activity planner is available at the K-12 grade level. The activity planner is not available at the PreK level. If you still need further assistance please give us a call at 888-771-0914. We are in the office until 6pm EST.
    Heidi Cruz
    T4L Customer Representative

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    i created 3 activity planners how do i delete the ones i do not want or is there a way i can pick the one i would like my child to follow

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    I totally agree. It seems crazy that you can't edit a plan that's been saved.

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