Watercolor Lesson Plan and Record Book

  • 160 pages
  • Product ID: TCR3586
  • Sample Pages
  •  Rating 4.0
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Price: $19.99
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This all-in-one lesson plan and record book makes organization easy and beautiful. There is plenty of space for lesson plans, attendance records and grades for 40 weeks of school. It also includes a student roster, a birthday chart, monthly planning calendars, and a grading chart.

The lesson planner also includes a variety of colorful stickers to use throughout the year. Whether you need to prioritize the day's events, add weekly reminders, highlight something special, or simply provide a bit of inspiration these cheerful stickers will keep your lessons beautifully organized.

8½ x 11". Spiral-bound. 160 pages.

ISBN: 9781420635867
UPC: 088231935865


A great planner..but..

Reviewed By: Heidi
I was planning my months and days just has happy as I could be. Two hours later, I ran out of the last two weeks of planning for May. I even skipped the weeks of planning for breaks. I don't want to re-investe my time and money towards another product, so l guess I'll make this planner work. Please update next year's planner with more weeks added!

Reviewed: 07/02/2018

Excellent Product

Reviewed By: IRM (NC)
This lesson plan and record book is very eye catching and it serves its purpose to stay organized. I love all the stickers that are included with this product because they are applicable for school events and it has inspirational stickers that helps teachers to stay focused in a positive way. It is divided on a monthly snapshot and then by individual week to see all the planning that you will need for the school year. The Record pages are plain and in big letters (good for tired eyes). It has a section for birthdays as well.

It has lots of great things to keep everything in one location and the additional components to enhance the look of the book are lovely.

It is a keeper! I love it!

Reviewed: 05/23/2018

Almost Perfect

Reviewed By: Shea H. (Georgia)
I was ready to purchase until I saw the calendar. For a teacher it would be more useful to leave the month blank or start when the school year begins in July, August or September instead of January. Just a thought...

Reviewed: 04/11/2018

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