Day-At-A-Glance Lesson Plan template

  1. Ginger Snaps says:

    I really like it! I have all my days of the week across the top and my schedule down the side. =) I can print all my lessons on 3 pages usually. We are required to turn in lesson plans every Monday morning. I guess since we haven't met AYP in a few years, they have to require it. I dunno. =)

  2. Shannon says:

    I teach 6th grade and keep it simple in my actual lesson plans-2 pages for the entire week. However, I then make myself a list for each day to keep myself on task. Otherwise, I would forget what I was doing! 🙂 We are required to have on our lesson plans: objective, course of study standard, procedure, and evaluation. It's funny because my asst. principal wrote me a note about my lesson plans last week and reminded me to always put my page #s-so I wrote him a note back and said I don't teach out of a workbook or textbook right now. He also wanted to know where my "character ed" was noted. I told him to look on page 2 of my lesson plans where I have typed "character ed". Sometimes I wonder…… 🙂

    Shannon
    http://6thgradescottforesmanreadingstreetresources.wordpress.com/

  3. Ms.M says:

    You see I learned something new. I like how you have lots of space in each box. If you don't mind, I might try a template like yours. 🙂

    Thanks for the inspiration and the should out!

    Ms. M
    Ms.M's Blog
    A Teacher's Plan

  4. Jennifer says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this, I'm still trying to pin down exactly what I want to use. I'd been using a weekly plan page I'd created/modified/found. I've found it to be difficult for me to use effectively. This looks like a great place to start for a daily plan. This week I started just writing them by hand and I was going to type them into a format later, however you've saved me that work 🙂

  5. Yay!! Thank you so much for posting this! I have checked back frequently and was so excited when I saw this. I did not get a chance to post a thank you the other day, but better late than never!! I love your site and can not thank you enough for all your help and inspiration!!

  6. Thank you!!! I LOVE YOUR BLOG!!!!!!! I am on an organization kick right now. Call it early spring cleaning, but you have some of the BEST resources on your blog that help me get my brain juices flowing and get me motivated! Your blog is always open on my computer! Your work is appreciated~
    🙂
    Jessi

  7. marsterlb15 says:

    I can't get the day at a glance to open. Can you post the link?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Your site is great. Do you have any ideas for a homework template with ladybugs on it. I'm using bugs as my theme throughout the school year.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Thank you! This lesson plan was needed inspiration. I saw it while looking at the teaching binder and was so excited to see the template available! Thanks so much for sharing it and all your wonderful ideas!

  10. I am not able to open the link to the lesson plan template. Any idea why? I love the all in one binder and the lesson plan template. Nice and easy to follow.

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Donielle, Are you using Internet Explorer? Browsers like Safari, Firefox, or Google Chrome have an easier time opening files on the net.

  11. vantastic! says:

    Thank you for this template! I love the idea of using the space for content only–I was dedicating way too much space to recess and lunch.

    Your site is fabulous! Thanks for all of the inspiration :).

    Vanessa.

  12. wyguymom says:

    Can't wait to try it! Thanks!

  13. I appreciate you sharing this. I liked the idea so much that I made my own version in PORTRAIT rather than LANDSCAPE and I personalized each day of the week. I loved the idea as I had been looking for a way to write out only my necessary plans per day, rather than whole lesson plans. Thanks!

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