Teachers love organization, which means they love a good teacher planner! The chevron teacher planner that I’ve created can be fully customized to fit YOUR needs! See what I include in my planner and how it’s all set up.
One of the most popular posts on my blog is my lesson planner from last year. I had no idea that it would be so popular! I’m glad that I decided to make my own.
I had no idea if this teacher planner would even be something I’d like using or not. I had tried the generic planners from Lakeshore Learning, and even Erin Condren’s teacher planner for two years. The price of EC’s planner is a bit high and I didn’t like that I couldn’t customize it. So I decided to make my own.
I ended up LOVING my planner. I used it consistently all year (which was a first for me). This year I updated the look (and added a chevron teacher planner) to make it stylish while adding more space for writing. Check it out!
The binder is from Staples. It’s a Martha Stewart Discbound Notebook. Instead of having my pages bound, I can add/remove pages at any time, and reuse this notebook base every year. To use the Arc disc system, you need the hole punch. It’s cheaper on Amazon than it is at Staples. I also upgraded the disc size so that I could add more to my planner. The outside of the notebook ended up getting dirty easily, but I was able to quickly clean it up with a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.
I printed all of the pages myself. I purchased 32 lb. paper to print on. It holds and prints better. I don’t have to worry about bleed-through with this paper – for printer ink or pens. I also found that when writing on 32 lb. paper with a pencil, it erases a lot better than regular paper.
I created 5 different “themes” for this planner. Each planner has around 297 pages – all depending on the theme. The best part is that every year I’ll upload the new calendars for you at no extra cost! You just have to redownload. So it’s a one-time buy. To see my planners in my TpT store, click here.
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