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It's time to go digital! With this bright chalk theme digital planner you'll have access to your plans, class information, and student information at school and at home. Once the file opens in Google Slides you'll be ready to customize them to match your schedule.
In order to use this resource, you must have a Google account. You will receive a link that directs you to make a copy of the Digital Planner Chalk Bright. Doing this will send the file to your Google Drive.
Please download the preview to see an image of EVERY slide in this resource.
You’re going to love using this digital planner. With the simple design, it is super easy to customize to match your daily or weekly schedule. Many of the slides have multiple uses and with a little customizing you'll have everything you need to keep your teaching life very well organized!
The planner is divided into three main sections; Calendar, Student/Teacher Information, and Planning. A clickable menu is included so you can easily get to each section. You must be in Present mode for the menu links to work.
The planner begins with a cover where you can type in your name and the school year.
- School year calendar, 12 slides starting with July and ending with June. If your school year starts with a different month simply move the slides around. The calendar is set up for the 2021-2022 school year. In future years you will need to update the calendar tables.
Student/Teacher Information Section
- General Information slide. Add your name, school year, school name, school address, phone number, school year begin and end date, quarter dates, and any other important information. The three text boxes on this slide are completely editable.
- Dates to Remember, this handy slide will help you keep track of important dates throughout the year. The month names can be retyped to match your school year.
- Daily Schedule, On this slide you can type out the routine for each day (great for sub days!) It is also a convenient place to write out the schedule for students who leave your room to go to special classes throughout the week.
- Class List, use this slide to keep an up-to-date list of the students in your class.
- Birthday slide, you can type in the birthdays for all the students in your class so you don't forget those special days.
- Weekly To-Do List, this slide is the perfect place to keep an ongoing list of all the things you need to do to be ready to teach! There are three areas: Volunteers, Copy, and Prep. These titles are editable, so you can change them to meet your needs. This is one you'll want to print out for class volunteers.
- Student Information slide. You'll find yourself using this slide over and over. Because it is a table, you can adjust the columns and rows to fit any information you need. It is set up to fill in the student's name, phone, address, and notes. But you can easily add more columns and use it as a checklist page.
- Student Alerts, the focus of this slide is student health concerns. You can keep track of health issues, allergies, and emergency contact information.
- Student Passwords, this table is set up to help you keep track of all the passwords your students will need. It is set up to hold passwords for five different sites. You can add or delete columns to accommodate your needs.
- Teacher Passwords; finally, a place to keep all of your passwords. There are ten text boxes to hold the site name, password, and notes. If you need more, just duplicate the slide.
- Year at a Glance: The planning begins with mapping out the objectives for the entire year. There are ten text boxes for the months your school is in session. You can drag these boxes around to match your school calendar. At the top of the slide, type in the name of the subject. Then duplicate the slide so you can plan each subject.
- Quarterly Plans, The slide for each quarter has space to plan the objectives for five different subjects. If you don't need five subjects, change one of the text boxes to be Notes, Field Trips, Special Events, or anything else that will be handy for you to keep in mind that quarter. There is a slide for each quarter.
- Month at a Glance, this slide will allow you to focus on the objectives to cover for each month of the school year. You'll need to duplicate the slide for each month.
- Centers. This handy slide will help you keep track of the literacy or math centers. There are six text boxes to help you plan the objectives and materials needed for each center.
- Weekly Plans, there are two slides for your weekly plans. One has the days across the top. You'll need to type in the subjects in the text boxes down the left column. If you need more subjects, you can add as many rows as you need. The second slide has the days down the left side. You can type in the subjects across the top row. For this one, if you need more subjects, you can add more columns.
- Single Subject plans, days on top, or days down left side. These slides are perfect if you want to plan the week for one subject.
- Objective Tracking. This slide is so handy for keeping track of individual objectives. You can fill in the mini lessons you plan for the objectives and a check list to track student progress on the objective.
- Small group plans, Use this slide for your small reading, language, writing, spelling, or math groups. There are text boxes for group members, subjects, daily plans, and notes. The information is in a table so you can reconfigure it to meet your needs.
Each slide of the planner has editable text boxes or tables on top of a non-editable background. Here's what you can and cannot do on each slide.
What you can change:
>>Text boxes: When you see the words “Type here” you can click in the box and add your own information. You can change the font, font color, and font size. You can also change the size of the text boxes. Text boxes can be deleted or new text boxes can be added.
>>Tables: The calendar and lesson plan pages have tables with white cells. You can click in any cell and add your information. You can change the font, font size, and font color. You can add a shade color to a cell, row, or column.
>>Weekly Plans with days across the top. On this page, you will need to type in the subjects in the cells on the left side. If you need more subjects, you can add rows. If you add rows, you will need to adjust the height of the rows and/or table so the table doesn’t extend past the bottom of the slide.
>>Weekly Plans with days down the left side. On this slide, you will type in the subjects in the top row of cells. If you need more subjects, you can add columns. If you add columns, you will need to adjust the width of the columns and/or table so it doesn’t extend past the side of the slide.
>>Add other elements: You can insert additional text boxes or images.
What you cannot change:
Background images cannot be changed. To protect the copyright of the images they are secured as part of the background and cannot be moved around. You can delete the background, but you cannot reposition the images.
After you have your master lesson plan page customized, delete the slides you don’t want to use. (Remember to save the original so you can get those slides again if you need them later.) Then duplicate the customized Weekly Plans slides as many times as you want!
Copyright © 2020 Debbie Crockett
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Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only.