I'm back for another edition of Optimum Organization (a day late) and Monday Made It (a day early)! I can't believe I didn't post all last week. I took a staycation with my daughter and we had a fun week. I'll blog about that another time. For now, let's get to my planner!
I've been seeing all of these fabulous bloggers making their own planbooks and calendars so I decided to put my calendar and notes set that I made a few weeks ago with some planning pages. And here it is....I love it!
Tabs I made using post it tabs. I love that they're rainbow and fit with the color scheme!
The backside of the cover and the first page (both with quotes from Pinterest)
Another page of Scripture quotes then the calendar section
First up in the calendar section are important dates
Next are the 2 page monthly calendar spreads
The next section is for long range plans
The first page in this section is a year at a glance page
Then there are year long planning pages for every 10 weeks. I made each 10 weeks a 2 page spread so I could easily see all subjects at once.
Next is the Lesson Plans section
The first page is for me to put my schedule (specials and things like that)
Then I have planning pages that I will use to sketch out my plans. I type my lesson plans (which I blogged about here), but found last year that when I met with my grade level, I didn't have anything to plan with, so this should alleviate that.
Lined pages for notes ( I copied a bunch of these pages and made sections for staff meetings, grade level meetings, PLC, IEP, SST and all the other alphabet soup of teaching!
Website password pages
Back cover--Inspirational Subway Art from Traci at The Bender Bunch
There it is! I love it!
If you'd like to pick it up, you can click on the picture below to head over to my TpT store.
Make sure you head on over to both linky parties and see what everyone's been up to!
I'm also linking this post up with my girl Tracy from The Teacher's Chair for her School Week Linky!