teacher planning weekly to do list

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My sanity saver of a teacher planning binder has made my life easier! I hope that if you’ve made one, that you can say the same! There are some weeks that my to-do list doesn’t fit in the small spaces of my lesson plan binder. This usually happens when preparing for the first week of school, during school-wide events or if I am working really hard on this blogging thing. {wink}

I think having a to-do list that can lay flat in my teacher planning binder is a perfect solution. Adding paperclips to my dividers ensures that this current week shows up when I turn to this section of my binder. {time saver!}  Before and after school, I can easily flip to my to-do list using my lesson plans as a reference to add to or subtract from my list for the week.

teacher planning weekly to do list

It matches my planning calendar gorgeously either in color or black and white. {{sigh}} If only my handwriting were as gorgeous…

How To Use It:

Print the pages double sided and hole punch them to lay flat open for a week-at-a-glance in your teacher planning binder. Just the place to write yourself notes to remember, things to copy and emails to answer. Or print and cut the 1/2 page version and bind to make your own weekly to-do list.

Sometimes, you just need to cross something off your list! 

weekly teacher planning to do list

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About Leslie @KindergartenWorks

Leslie is the author of KindergartenWorks. She teaches kindergarten students how to be pretty incredible along with teaching them to read, write and think for themselves. She enjoys graphic design, learning new things and sharing with teachers. Google+

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