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Monday, July 29, 2013

Monday Made-it Lesson Planner

Happy Monday! I hope everyone enjoyed the Everyone Wins giveaway yesterday. I enjoyed e-mailing the prizes out. Today I am linking up with Tara from 4th Grade Frolics and Tracey from The Teacher's Chair to share my lesson plan templates that I made this week.
 
 

At my school we have to submit our lesson plans electronically, so as much as I love the cute planners, it isn't worth it for me to purchase one. Instead I create a template that I can edit each week. Then I just print out a copy to put in my binder on my desk.

I also worked on creating my official schedule for the school year. I print it on fun paper and give my kiddos a copy to keep in their binders.

I did get covers for my teacher binder yesterday during a flash freebie. I love the yellow and gray polka-dots.

If you like them you can get them here from Meredith's TPT store.

What were you up to this week? 
Don't forget to enter my giveaway!


7 comments:

  1. Can I ask a very random question here? When I am commenting here, how do I get my blog to show up underneath what I write? I'm new to this and can't find the answer by googling! Thanks!

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    1. Hi Abbey. I am going to recommend you read this blog post. She helped me learn what code to put in. Hope it helps!
      The Bender Bunch

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  2. Your lesson plan template looks great! (Even though I'm not ready to think about lesson plans yet... :)

    Jennifer
    Mrs. Laffin's Laughings

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  3. Bethany- hooray!! I was just your 500th follower on Bloglovin'! Thank you so much for linking up today. Your planner looks great...very neat and organized. I love how you give the kids a copy of the schedule. It must curb the "what are we gonna do next" questions! I hope you link up some of your other cute ideas this week or at any point for the rest of the link!
    Tracey
    The Teacher’s Chair
    Share the Bloglovin’!

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  4. Your lesson plans look nice and very organized. I like the idea of students keeping a copy of the schedule in their binders.

    Mary

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  5. As organized as your lesson plans look, I can't think about that right now...too many other projects to get done first! I love that yellow and gray too!
    Joanne
    Head Over Heels For Teaching

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