Lesson planning, IEP meetings, and grading are just a few of the things you do on a daily basis. Keeping track of all your meetings and finding time to get everything else done can be a challenge. The secret to getting everything done is staying organized. These organizational supplies from Erin Condren will help you tackle all the tasks on your to-do list.
Amazing Organizational Supplies from Erin Condren
The Erin Condren brand is best-known for its planners. An amazing planner is the first step to being organized. Learn about the new Erin Condren Teacher Lesson Planners in this post.
Once you have your planner, there are lots of other organizational supplies that work with it to keep you focused and productive. From planner accessories to clipboards and record books, Erin Condren has all of your organizational needs met.
These bundles are packed with amazing accessories for your Teacher Lesson Planner! There is one for the Layers design and one for the Mid Century Circles design.
The Layers design bundle comes with post-it notes, bookmarks, a pencil pouch, two sets of markers, a to-do list, and washi tape. The beautiful Layers design is featured on most of the items.
The Mid Century Circles bundle comes with a Teacher Dashboard, post-its, washi tape, and bookmarks that snap right onto the coil of your planner. It also has an accordion zipper pouch and 2 sets of markers.
Too Cool For School Sticker Book
Erin Condren understands that teachers love stickers just as much as their students do. That’s why they put together this whole book of stickers just for us. It’s packed with hundreds of colorful stickers that work perfectly with your Teacher Lesson Planner. Mark special days, add extra notes, or just decorate the pages.
I always have a deskpad on my desk. It’s a quick and easy way to see what I have scheduled for the week. This Colorsplash Apples Deskpad is the perfect place to keep track of your upcoming events.
There’s room for a to-do list, boxes to map out your week, and plenty of space for any other notes and reminders you need. Plus, the bright colors and beautiful design will brighten up your day when you look at it. I love the circles to check off to-do list tasks as you complete them.
Teacher Quote Clipfolio
I’m a little bit obsessed with clipboards. I have lots of different designs and use them for everything. However, this Teacher Quote Clipfolio is my new favorite. Not only is it a clipboard, but it also has two pockets inside to hold all of your important papers.
This would be a perfect tool to use for conferences with your students. Put your conference notes sheets in the pockets and pull out the one you need as you move from student to student.
Coiled Teacher Record Book
Do you use checklists for everything? They are a great way to keep track of students’ homework, attendance, and standard mastery. The Coiled Teacher Record Book is the ultimate collection of checklists. You can also use it to record your students’ grades.
Keep track of everything in your classroom with this little book. The heart design on the cover is beautiful, and you’ll have all the data on all of your students in one place.
Note From the Teacher Notepad
Parent communication is one of the most important parts of teaching. This Note From the Teacher Notepad makes it easy to send notes home about your students’ days. Whether you’re praising the students for hard work or informing parents about a behavior problem, this notepad makes it fast and easy to communicate with parents.
At the top, just check off the subject area or topic the note addresses. Then, write a few sentences describing the situation. Finally, sign the bottom. There is also a spot for the parent to sign so you know they saw your note.
Substitute Teacher Notepad
Do you dread coming back you school after you have a substitute? You never know what you’re walking into. Did the students behave? Was their work completed? Were there any lessons they didn’t get to do?
Leave this Substitute Teacher Notepad for your sub, and all of your questions will be answered. There is a spot for you to record important information the substitute needs to know. Then, there is plenty of room for him or her to tell you how the day went.
When you think of jewelry, you probably don’t think about Erin Condren. However, these stackable bracelets are absolutely beautiful. They come in two different designs. They make the perfect gift for a teacher or you may just want to buy one for yourself.
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