May 6, 2014

New Planner and a Sale!

Well, I did it!

I finally revamped my Teacher Planner for next school year and you
can get yourself a copy here!
 


 Let's take a closer look, shall we?

The color just seems to coordinate with all my planners and calendars
I've created so it works great.
You can also get the blue color in a regular 3-ring binder, too.
{the binder in the picture below is the 3-ring binder. This is my home
planner which you can buy here. I use the discbound for my teacher planner.}
 
 

I love to have a cover page to put in the front. I laminate mine but
if you were going to use a binder with a see through pocket on the front,
you could slide it in there to make it look super cute and professional on the outside.
 
 

I love to have long range planning pages.
I basically jot down the units I know I'll want to cover in each month
as well as holiday reminders. This keeps me on track to cover everything
I have to teach through the entire year.
 
 

Oh, student birthdays.
How I used to have a love/hate relationship with them.
These pages help me to only love student birthdays!
Basically, I wouldn't write down when my students' birthdays were and
they would sneak up on me until the morning of and then I would
only "remember" when that student or another student reminded me.
I would feel like a lousy teacher. :(
Now, I keep track on these pages as well as write them down on my weekly
planning pages so I always remember.



I've also included attendance/record forms that you could use for all
sorts of things and print off as many as you need.
 
 

This is what the weekly planning pages look like and are already labeled
with the correct dates for the week at the top!
 
 

Before each month's planning pages is a handy calendar for the month
so you can quickly jot down meetings, fieldtrips, etc... and then fill them
in later on the weekly planning pages. At least that's how I do it. :)


Also included is an editable {a power point file} that you can
insert text boxes to fill in the blank subject heading boxes at the top 
of the weekly planning pages.
You could also just use the blank weekly planning pages template
to type in your plans instead of hand-written plans and then print them.
It's totally up to you.
I like to print off the entire file before the school year starts and write
in my plans by hand each week.

The best part is that you can get this planner for 28% off during
the Teacher Appreciation sale going on starting tomorrow.
SO get this planner in your cart today so you don't miss out!!!
 
Click HERE to go to my TpT store.

{thank you to the 3am Teacher for this cute graphic!}

1 comment:

  1. I love your planner and the disc bound binder. Any tips for printing to use with the disc bound binder? Thanks!

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