We are starting homeschool preschool in a week, so I’m in full lesson planning mode right now!
Lesson planning can be a little daunting, but I’ve learned from my 5 years’ teaching experience that having a good lesson planner can make all the difference!
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Lesson Planner Template
I like having my lesson plans in a binder so it’s organized into one unit rather than having loose sheets of paper everywhere.
I got mine (1.5″ ring binder) at Target. But I’ll link a similar one from Amazon here.
And I also really liked having enough room in my lesson planning sheets to write in extra notes. So my lesson planner is on two separate pages so there will be enough room and you won’t have to cram in too much onto one page.
Before I continue, I do need to thank my talented husband for creating this lesson planner template! Thanks, babe!
You can see below how I use it in a binder. I love having the pages face each other so I don’t have to flip back and forth, and I can have a week at a glance.
Unfortunately, we don’t have a color printer so it doesn’t look so pretty. But the gray parts are supposed to be a beautiful mint green as you can see in the preview image below!
For your free editable weekly lesson planner template, just fill out the form below and it’ll be sent to your email!
And also, what’s a lesson planning binder without a cover! I’ve created two cover options you can choose from!
Here’s what mine looks like in the binder 🙂
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Also, make sure you grab my free First Day of School signs to commemorate your kiddo’s first day of school! Editable Homeschool and Distance Learning versions of the first day of school signs are also available for purchase on my Printables Shop or on my Etsy shop!
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