I have fallen down the Happy Planner hole and can't get out.
Actually, I don't want to get out. I LOVE it! I love it so much, I've been doing something a little different this school year. I still keep track of IEP meetings using a binder, as well as my Google Drive, and I still record progress monitoring using a binder. I will never not use my binders, but I rarely bring them home. They're just too bulky... and at times way too heavy.
Since my first year teaching I've always keep a small planner in my work bag. I like being able to keep track of personal appointments, as well as work goings-on. This year I started using a Happy Planner for keeping track of it all and I LOVE it. The only problem was I found myself running out of room, when it came to keeping track of all the IEP work I needed to do - shocker, right?!
I decided to create mini planner pages to insert into my planner, and make my life a little more organized.
- a very basic black & white format
- a hand written font option for the 12 months
- a basic print font option for the 12 months
- a planner page with no month included
- an editable template option
There are 2 of the same monthly, mini planner pages per page.
You will be receiving this as a secured PDF.
I did this for copyright reasons, as well as for you to just write on like your planner.
You will also be receiving this in PowerPoint.
The PowerPoint option is a plain template (two planner pages on one template), allowing you to add your own text. You will not be able to move the boxes or anything else around.
You will also need the Happy Planner Punch, or a similar punch. This unique hole punch is the only way the mini planner pages will fit into your planner.
However, if you want to use these mini planner pages on their own, they are awesome to have on hand as an extra check list!
If you have any questions, please e-mail me before purchase.
I'm always more than happy to answer any questions.
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