Organize, stylize, simplify. One planner to organize your teaching and personal life. Input and change plans while keeping your schedule organized, stylish and neat! Customize by keying in your labels. Add stickers that inspire and organize to make it the planner you want it to be! It will be renewed each year so you'll always have the latest version (currently updated for the 2017-2018 school year).
Watch a preview of the planner here
52 weeks of lesson planning - includes spaces for organizing your personal life too
Year at a glance spreads - great for curriculum mapping and remembering important dates
Planning and reflection pages - add as many pages as you want to reflect on and plan for student learning including seating arrangements. Choose your format or add both lined and grid paper
Page for important information such as log ins and valued resources
Stickers! 9 pages of stickers make organization and reminders easy and let you create the planner that inspires you and reflects your personality.
Renewed each year with current updates - buy once and enjoy forever! Free updates every year :)
We recently embraced Marie Kondo’s tidying philosophy of keeping only those things you love. We love this editable planner for how it simplifies our lives. We hope you’ll love it too.
Here's what you do:
Step1: choose binder system - Disc bound system, ProClick, professionally bound at an office supply store, 3-ring binder
Step 2: choose the cover design for you. Expansion themes coming soon - think seasonal - pumpkins, snow, summer. Think Paris, book, or movie themed. We think covers should inspire the important work you do!
Step 3: choose and customize your editable planner pages
Step 4: print the pages you want to create YOUR planner
Step 5: bind your planner. Print and add stickers for fun and organization.
Step 6: You're organized. You're ready. Do great things!
***Please note that this product does require PowerPoint. Before purchasing, please make sure you have the correct program for this resource. To edit the files, you should use PowerPoint (newer than 2003). You can use Keynote to edit the planner but the formatting will be a bit off and may require a few slight adjustments. If you are trying to use a different program, you may run into various formatting issues that I won’t be able to help you with. Online versions of PowerPoint such as Google Slides do not have the same capabilities as the full version of PowerPoint. If you don’t have access to PowerPoint at home, check with your school.