This Digital Teacher Binder is completely editable and formatted for use in Google Drive! These files include various forms, lesson plan options, and planning guides to keep organized throughout the school year. Please check out the preview for extra details and pictures of what is included in the product! If there is a particular form or addition you need, please let me know! I cannot promise that I will be able to make it, but I will certainly try☺. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note-These files are the DIGITAL VERSION of the files included Classroom Forms and Teacher Binder product. These forms may be saved and printed, so if you purchase this file, do not purchase the non digital version too.
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Part 1-Weekly Lesson Plan Format
There are 10 different lesson plan options. I have NOT included dated lesson plans, because it saves so much time to leave content that stays the same each week (morning work, schedules, stations, etc.) and duplicate the pages as you go.
Part 2-Daily Lesson Plan Format
I’ve included three daily lesson plan formats I use for my detailed lesson plans. You can easily increase or decrease the size of each section by dragging the borders of the table to whichever position you prefer. You may also change the names of any section of the lesson plan.
Part 3-Small Group Lesson Plans
I’ve found that there simply isn’t enough space in daily or weekly lesson plans for small group lessons and schedules, so I use a separate planning sheet for my small groups. There are plans for reading groups that meet two, three, four, and five days a week. There are forms for RTI progress monitoring, forms for scheduling small groups. and more! There are 13 different forms and formats in this section of the folder.
Part 4-Conference Forms
I have included ten different forms that can be used for individual student conferences
in reading workshop, writing workshop, or math workshop. There are forms for recording notes for one, two, or even three subjects. Some forms also include areas for you to include important student data, such as DRA, DIBLES, state testing, and benchmark testing.
Part 5-Extra Forms
These are forms that didn’t have a clear place in my digital binder. Don’t
forget, you’re also able to print these out! Some of these forms would be
great for an emergency substitute folder.
Part 6-Class Information
I included a class roster form to use for a checklist to keep up with who has turned in
forms, permission slips, field trip money, etc. There are also forms for parent contact
information, parent contact log, as well as log-in and password information for class
Part 7-Behavior Log
Each week I keep a behavior chart, so I can document student behavior. While this is
not an essential teaching tool, it is an excellent resource to refer to during parent
conferences or when finding patterns of student behavior. I have a couple different
versions that you can adapt to your needs.
Part 8-Number Talks
As I began implementing number talks, I quickly realized I needed a system to keep my
number talks organized and to easily document student progress. I’ve created a
number talk check list for every category of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division number talks. There is space for a list of students, so that I can check off
students once they show proficiency on a particular skill. There is also space to take
notes and record the problems my students solved each day.
Part 9-Math Rubrics
I’ve included math rubrics for 1st through fifth grades. These rubrics made planning my math groups so much easier! This works in a standards based grading and traditional grading setting.
Part 10-Work Stations or Centers Rotation Board
You can save wall space and display your math work stations board digitally, or you can
keep your wall display and use this digital form for arranging and rearranging groups.
This could also be used for reading stations such as Daily Five. There are 4 and 5 group options and 4 and 5 activity options.
Coming Soon! I hope to see publish a blog post sharing how I use these documents in my classroom. In that post I'll share a couple Digital Freebies!
*Curriculum Calendar and Planning Guide