Teacher Organization is essential to keeping your sanity as a teacher. When I started teaching over 20 years ago, there was definitely a lot of paperwork associated with the job. As the years have progressed, the paperwork has increased. There is SO much to keep track of!
How does a teacher manage to keep afloat? By getting organized and staying organized! A little bit of organizational effort before the school year begins can pay off big-time for the rest of the school year. I created my Teacher’s Yearly Planner for my own use, and then realized other teachers could benefit from it, too.
There are 3 major benefits to choosing myTeacher’s Yearly Binders:
- They are EDITABLE. You can easily add text right from your own computer and then print out or you can add with pen or pencil. You choose!
- They are very AFFORDABLE! Just $8 gets you a ton of teacher-organization goodness! There are over 130 pages to choose from in each binder system!
- This is the BIGGIE. Once you buy one of my teacher planners, you never have to buy another one. I will update the calendar portion and the dates every year by the end of May, and you can download the NEW version FREE of charge. Pretty cool, huh? 😀
Here’s how it is set up:
First, choose the theme and design you like:
Then, add your name and/or subject in your favorite font to the pre-labeled editable cover and divider pages (these sample pictures are from my Editable Chalkboard and Chevron Yearly Planner:
Here are some of the types of pages you’ll find in each teacher’s binder:
Finally, assemble in a 3-ring binder. You are set for the school year!
Here is a picture of the binder I used in my own classroom last year:
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