LETTER-SIZED VS LEGAL-SIZED I love making visuals my students can use every day…and ones they can see from across the room.  And over the years, I’ve turned more to using legal-sized paper to make my math posters. I like to use this paper from Amazon (affiliate link)…it’s a great price and lasts a long time. What’s […]

Making Posters in PowerPoint with Legal-Sized Paper

Adding your favorite fonts (yes, ANY fonts you want!!) to Planbook.com is super easy and makes such an impact on your lesson plans! I mean font choice is so important, right? But in all seriousness, using fonts that are clean and easy to read will help you navigate your lesson plans with ease…and get right […]

Adding Custom Fonts to Planbook.com

Did you know you can embed icons right into your Planbook.com planner? And it’s SO easy to do! Though they make a planner “pretty” I really love icons more for the visual they offer. Like when I’m frantically looking up a lesson plan while my students are waiting in the background and another teacher is […]

Adding Icons to Planbook.com

If you’ve been here before, you might have seen some of my past posts about Planbook.com. I’ve tried SO many different planners over the years…from paper planners to ones I’ve created myself in Google Drive. But I always find myself coming back to Planbook. It’s just so easy to customize and search through your old lesson […]

Adding Custom Colors to Planbook.com

One of the most time-consuming parts of creating printables for our students is uploading images to Google Slides. It’s very easy to fall into the trap of uploading them one at a time, which really takes up so much of our day. Let’s take a quick look at how many steps it takes to upload […]

Upload Multiple Images to Google Slides…All At Once!

Ok, this may sound a bit strange…but did  you know makeup jars provide the PERFECT storage for math manipulatives? WHY MAKEUP JARS? The size is just the best! They are small and can be stored in a larger bin when not in use. And they are large enough to contain all those tiny math manipulatives: […]

Storing Individual Math Manipulatives with Makeup Jars

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