Monday, April 2, 2012

Lesson Plan Binder

Hey There!  I'm going to make this short & sweet because I still have a lot to do before I go to bed!  I waited until the last minute to complete TWO assignments!  What is wrong with me and why do I always do this to myself?  For those of you just tuning in, I have been on an adventurous roller coaster called grad school since August of 2008.  From 2008-2010 I worked on my masters degree.  From 2010- May 2012 (YAY! almost there) I have attended the University of Georgia for my Ed.S. in ECE.  While there, I also thought of the crazy idea to get my gifted endorsement!  Okay, so I thought this was suppose to be short... that's what you are thinking, isn't it?

Anyways....
I found this file that I created many moons ago and wanted to share it.  How many of you use a lesson plan binder where you type or write your lessons into a custom made template for yourself?  I do, and I love it because I can add everything I need to my binder!  The file I am sharing are some things you can add to your binder to help you stay organized.  Since I use cute lil' fonts, I have converted it to a .pdf file.  Let me know what you think & enjoy!

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11 comments:

  1. Hi Terri:
    Thanks for the freebies.
    I REALLY love the birthday list.
    So cute!

    Good luck with your assignments...

    Kim
    Finding JOY in 6th Grade

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  2. I also love the birthday page. The daily page is a little small for me. I have my lesson pages on landscape so I can see my week for each class at a glance.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Pat

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    1. Glad you like it. The birthday page was my favorite too! The daily page is actually just a calendar you can write important things in. I was going to make custom lesson plan templates, but then I regained my sanity and decided I already had enough to do!

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  3. I like your "cutesy" fonts! ;) I will definitely be using the Birthday Chart. I think that would even be helpful to put in your Emergency Sub Plans. Thanks for sharing! Amanda

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  4. Love it, especially the bday page- I use that font for my planning binder, so it will look super cute in there :) Thanks so much for sharing!

    ~Stephanie
    3rd Grade Thoughts

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  5. Good luck with your EDS-I got mine a couple of years ago and these were my thoughts during the process:
    1. Didn't care if my husband left me
    2. Didn't care if I lost my job
    3. Didn't care if my daughter went to live with her day
    4. Just didn't care

    :) Stressful!! Hang in there!

    Thanks for these CUTE sheets to go in my lesson plan binder. I can't believe I have always had this stuff spread out everywhere instead of one central place!!!

    Shannon
    http://www.irunreadteach.wordpress.com

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