Monday, April 21, 2014

New Teacher Binder!

I am so excited to show you guys my new teacher binder!  I made a meal plan binder cover that I fell in love with so much that I HAD to make a teacher binder set to match.   So join me on a tour of my teacher binder(s)! 

My first binder is my planning binder.
It's hard to tell but there is a blue background outside of the printer isn't printing the blues well :(
In this binder I keep: 
A student birthday list
All my lesson plans
Weekly & Monthly to do lists
my curriculum maps
And grade book forms.

I have another binder that REALLY has helped keep me sane this year.  I call it my Important Things Binder.  Basically, I throw any important things into the binder that we use throughout the year but not frequently.  

Each pocket/divider holds information on things like Star assessments, dibels, report card dates & samples...those things you have to have handy but only a few times a year.

My next favorite organization tool that I started using this year is a class list book.
 Inside the book are a bunch of blank class list easy to keep track of who owes what!  

I also have a Student Data binder which I left at school over break so I'll do a separate post on just that binder later.  
I don't have all my binders at home and I didn't use everything I included in the binder kit so here is a better look into what's included:

If you'd like to grab this binder set for yourself visit one of my stores!


Rachel Mullen said...

Hi there! I just stumbled across your blog- and I am so glad that I did!! I just accepted my first teaching job as a self contained 2nd/3rd grade teacher! I'm half excited and half terrified.... any advice?! :) Thanks!

Becky said...

Hi's been crazy and I haven't been on here in a while so I am just seeing your post! Sorry!! I would love to help you out!! I'll email you!!


Unknown said...

I just accepted a position as an ASD teacher and basically have no clue what I'm doing! lol I am really struggling on how to create a lesson plan around 7 students with different goals. I don't even know how to start one up! Thanks! Megan

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