Ladybug's Teacher Files: All-in-One Teacher Binder {printable}

All-in-One Teacher Binder {printable}

Free Printable Weekly Lesson Planner! Includes goals, to do list, weekdays divided into 7 subjects, notes/reflections, and a planning area for next week. It's time to get organized!

Includes goals, to do list, weekdays divided into 7 subjects, notes/reflections, and a planning area for next week. It& time to get organized!

Stop stressing about story problems! Word problems, especially multi-step problem solving, can be tricky for students in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade...but it doesn't have to be that way. Find out about how this daily problem solving activity can fit into just 10 minutes per day. By focusing on a single problem each day, your students will build strategies and be better prepared for standardized tests. Find out more and try it out in your classroom now!

Daily Problem Solving - Word Problem Mastery in 10 Minutes per Day

The Learning Tree: Weekly Homework + FREEBIE

The Learning Tree: Weekly Homework + FREEBIE *** Parents always need at least two reliable ways to know what their kids are doing at school!

how to create a teacher binder ~ (free template

how to create a teacher binder ~ Luckeyfrog's Lilypad. Love these lesson plans (free template!), and the binder set-up is so easy to customize!

Planning for Next Year: Organizing the Year, the Day's Topics & Lesson Plans is about how to do long term planning and translate it into short term planning. Organize your lessons, plan your curriculum, and see the big picture and small picture of your year.

Plan for Your School Year

Plan for Next Year: Organizing the Year, the Day's Topics & Lesson Plans is about how to do long term planning and translate it into short term planning. Organize your lessons, plan your curriculum, and see the big picture and small picture of your year.

My students loved to write & receive shout outs. We started this around Valentines Day each year.

My students loved to write & receive shout outs. We started this around Valentines Day each year.

Each student has a folder to turn in homework. At a glance you can see who has and has not turned in their work.

A great way to have students turn in their homework. I don't have enough wall space, so maybe a binder OR hanging file folder? I'd love to just not do homework.I think I'll call students to line up for recess as I pull out their homework :)

One of the best parent contact forms! You are right!  I've already made one for myself and will be sharing it with my colleagues.

Made 4 Math Monday #3

One of the best parent contact forms! - Thinking I could redo these for "Client" contact forms and use it to document contact with clients telephonically.

Transportation Display- since you use clothespins it can be changed each morning and with one glance you (and the students) can know how they are travelling home.

Classroom organization / Transportation Display - Know each day where your students will be going how your students are getting home. Since you use clothespins it can be changed each morning and with one glance you and the students will remember.

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