**UPDATED: I now have a 2018-2019 version of the teacher planner here!***
I was so excited to see the reaction to last year’s Ultimate Teacher Planner. Thousands of teachers have been able to make use out of the teaching printables I shared with you guys last July. I think I was especially excited about this post being popular because I was able to give back to a community that I love so much!
Many of you know that, many moons ago, I was a first-grade teacher. Although I decided to stay home once Emmie was born, part of your heart never really leaves the classroom. I absolutely love that, through this little project, two of my loves (blogging and teaching) get to kind of intermingle to help out a few of you educators out there! This could also make a great student planner if you’re in need of one…I’ve included a monthly calendar for July 2017-June 2018, a weekly planner, a to-do list, and lots more.
I recommend printing these sheets on 8.5×11″ printer paper. Below, I’ve listed a few of my favorite supplies for building and maintaining a printable planner.
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- HP Envy 4520 Printer: This is the color printer I use for my printables. It’s inexpensive and does the job well! It’s also wireless (both printing and scanning).
- Three-ring binders: I used one similar to this one for pictures on this post!
- Clear page protectors: These are great for holding reusable pages (just use wet-erase markers on a clear page protector and erase as needed). You could also laminate pages you know will get a lot of use and use the same marker method.
- Tabbed dividers: I love the glitter dividers I found for this project…you can find similar ones here!
- Three-hole punch: I’ve had this same one since I was a student teacher, and it’s still kicking!
- Good note-taking pens: These are my favorite! They don’t bleed through and they dry quickly.
Monthly Calendars for July 2017-June 2018
2-Page Weekly Outline
Weekly Lesson Planning (by period)
Weekly Lesson Plans (by subject)
Small Group Pairings
Small Group Lesson Planning
Individual Student Notes
Lesson Planning Sheet
I also have one big file that allows you to download every page at once! You can find all of these downloads, absolutely free, in the printable collection I talked about above.
A big huge happy school year to all of the teachers out there! May this planner help you keep a little more sanity over the next few months. 😉
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