These pages are sure to help keep your thoughts and ideas organized as you plan for your day to day preschool routines. Use the lesson plan ideas page to keep track of ideas (whether you find them on Pinterest, get inspiration from your students, or want to remember a specific standard that needs work)and when you sit down to write out your lesson plans you’ll have new ideas handy. The activity center plans will help you make sure that you are rotating materials in order to keep things fresh and encourage exploration.
Write down ideas for what you would like in your centers, then when you have time to switch them out your ideas will be right at your fingertips. The year at a glance pages can help you plan for seasonal themes or special weeks, such as fire safety week. To-do lists are a life saver, the boxes let you check off what you’ve completed so that you have a visual reminder. The special dates pages help you make sure that you don’t miss anything – keep track of birthdates, days off, and special events so that you can be sure to send out necessary reminders. Use the newsletter ideas page to make writing your newsletters easy. Plan three or four topics for each month, adding ideas as you think of them, and never get stumped again!
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