Monday, August 25, 2014

Beautiful Planner! Erin Condren Style

I was all types of excited when I got my Erin Condren teacher planner last week.

I just sort of stared at it for about a day!

 However, I did pick up the pen and started in!
I jotted down my conference schedule for this year.  Indiana anyone?
 Added stickers for the special dates. 
 As you may know, I do my lesson plans on the computer, but these pages are to use when I sit down with my coworkers to sketch out the week ahead.
 I love these stickers.  I am the one on my team that says, "Oh, that's due this week?"
 I have pockets in my planner to hold the custom stickers and a variety of other papers.
Even a note pad in the back so I will always have one handy!  Love! It!

There a million (ok hyperbole much?) designs to drool over.  
Swing by Erin Condren now to check them out.


  1. I love my Erin Condren planner! Definitely thinking I should've added a notepad to the back of mine - I love the look of yours!

    Paiges of Learning

  2. I designed my own teacher planner for this year - but I ordered a EC Life Planner for keeping myself organized outside of school - I can't wait for it to get here!

    1. I think I am going to order the Life Planner! WHAT if I WAS UBER organized! HA!

  3. I have the same planner! It was hard to choose!

  4. So does your team meet each week to plan out your week? Do you plan what skills you are teaching each day? I am very curious as to how you all work together as a team. It is lacking in my building. Last year was our first year together (2 buildings closed and we were consolidated into one). Trying to figure out how to all be on the same page without stepping on toes. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you!

    1. We share big ideas, but we all do things differently. We all have our own styles, so we talk things through. We agree that we all do not need to be on the same page, but often times we are doing the same type of activities together. It also helps because I am HORRIBLE about remembering the "have-to's" like meetings and assemblies. Thus... the spoon feed me :)

    2. Ok, that makes sense. I am also horrible at remembering meetings, assemblies, and when things are due. When we were in our smaller buildings, my co-teacher would remind me all the time. I even write myself notes, but misplace those. Now, I have tried programming everything into my phone to remind me. :) My Kinders start next Wednesday, so I am gathering all of my last minute items now. Your poem "It's Time for School" is ready to go in my car! Thanks!


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