all new: Teacher Planner!

Teacher Planner | by Mama Miss Designs® @mamamissblog #classroom #organization #school


eeeek I am so so so excited about this you guys!!  It’s here – a couple of months in the making – my newest baby!!!  oooohweee I really don’t know which is harder – creating actual babies –or creating my planner babies?! ha-ha just kidding ;)  And, I have to give a huge MEGA thank you to my teacher friend April, who helped me every step of the way in creating this massive 2014/2015 teacher planner!

So, I’m working with & trying out a bunch of new tools that I will most likely roll out with the other planners too!!  This time I decided to find an at home binding system that allowed me to customize it more, and to remove & add pages – the one drawback to the planners of the past.

For this 2014/2015 teacher planner, my 1st preference, and what I would recommend, would be to try out the system I’ve started to use, the disc binding system :)  Alternatively you can have it bound at your local office store (my 3rd preference), or 3-hole punch it & toss it together into a 3-ring binder (my 2nd preference).  I’m not really a 3-ring binder kinda gal – I don’t like the abrupt, clunky, chunkiness of it all.


Create the 2014/2015 Teacher Planner!


// supplies

totally optional, but I splurged a little for my new planner baby, on these other accessories that work with the binding system ;)

Now, if you decide to bind it the ol’ fashioned way – just bring it to your local office supply store & have them bind it for you.  Or just slap the parts into a large, probably 2-inch or bigger, 3-ring binder.  Except for the expansion discs – you’ll still need the dividers, sheet protectors, punch, & binder for the 3-ring style…  and the dividers and sheet protectors for the store bound style.

How you design it is up to you – that’s the beauty of it – and why I like the binding system – it’s totally customizable!

// tips

// includes

So what will you get with your Teacher Planner purchase?

  • Instructions on how I put my teacher planner together
  • NEW FEATURE!!  Immediate access to a virtual flipbook – – so you can see it in action!
  • 64 original pages (a whopping 371 pages if put together completely!), including:
    • cover page
    • year-at-glance 2014
    • year-at-glance 2015
    • perpetual calendar July-December
    • perpetual calendar January – June
    • side-by-side, 2-page student roster
    • class roster transportation
    • student birthdays
    • student allergies
    • AUG 2014 – JUL 2015 monthly cover sheet (12 individual months)
    • AUG 2014 – JUL 2015 monthly calendar (12 individual months)
    • AUG 2014 – JUL 2015 weekly calendar (12 individual months)
    • weekly calendar with time slots
    • weekly lesson plan – style 1
    • weekly lesson plan – style 2
    • to-do list
    • lined notes
    • seating chart
    • student checklist – 20 students
    • student checklist – 12 students
    • parent contact log
    • password tracker
    • wish list
    • professional development log
    • meeting notes full page
    • meeting notes half page
    • substitute teacher information
    • take home student information sheet
    • 2” and 3” spines for binders – style 1
    • 2” and 3” spines for binders – style 2

// price

A whopping $8!

Really! All that for $8 – she must be crazy – oh yeah I may just be a little crazy, but it’s okay, it benefits you ;)

Teacher Planner | by Mama Miss Designs® @mamamissblog #classroom #organization #school


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  1. You have made my dreams come true. Thank you so much Melissa!!!

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