Monday, June 5, 2006

Getting organized D-I-Y style — Free!

If you've got access to a printer and a guillotine paper cutter (most teachers do) or if you can make it to Kinko's... then you've got everything you need to make your own custom planner instead of shelling out big bucks for the refills.

I use the Dayrunner Classic and each page is really just a regular 8.5 x 11 sheet folded in half. So I've found tons of stuff at D*I*Y to keep me organized with just the regular templates. They've also got a whole package of teacher templates, a lesson planning template and a widget that will help you make your own pages just the way you want them.

All standard sizes are available, they are all free, printable, and they even have some programs for digital organizers.

1 comment:

A. MCGhee said...

I liked your lesson plan about the welcome week. do you have a lesson plan about the forest and the seashore please e-mail me if so