Monday, August 10, 2015

Teacher Toolbox and Planner Stickers

I just finished my first week of school and am I so glad that it is over. It was a good first week, but it is always so tiring. I will be blogging about my first week later this week, but first let's talk about Monday Made It.
This week I created a lot of things. There are a few in particular that I am very proud of. My first is my planner stickers. I created them a few weeks ago, but I finally got around to putting them in my TpT store. 
This week was the first one with my planner and I loved my header stickers. It was a nice way to clearly see each any every one of my subjects that I had to teach throughout the week.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Lesson-Plan-Header-Stickers-2022132
If you want to get yourself a copy, you can get them HERE. They are editable and you will be able to print as many out as you would like. I prefer using full sheet sticker paper and a paper cutter. It makes planning fun and colorful!!

Speaking of planning and organization, I finally got around to updating my teacher toolbox.
A few years ago I had a gorgeous classroom carpet that unfortunately I had to leave at my old school. I will one day have that carpet again, even if that means purchasing it myself. I mean look how gorgeous it was!!
Well, needless to say, my matching teacher toolbox no longer matched. That's when i decided I needed a new toolbox to match my new theme...rainbow!! I was sad to see my old labels go, but I am so excited to look at this colorful and clean toolbox every day. One of my teammates was looking for a pencil and it was so easy to point her to my toolbox and tell her it was in the drawer labeled pencils.


I made two versions of my teacher toolbox. Editable and Non-Editable that are available in my TpT shop.

What have you created this week?

14 comments:

  1. I'm so jealous of people with cute planners! We use planbook, which is convenient, but I do miss writing things out!

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    1. I also use an online lesson planner. We plan as a team so we do it online and submit it to our principal. Then I go back and transfer the highlights to my own planner. It's so much easier to refer to my paper planner than printing the electronic plans out or referencing the computer all of the time. It's more work, but totally worth it!

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  2. Great planner stickers! Now if I just had a planner to stick them in! :) I've been using PowerPoint. I would love a darling planner, though. Hmmm.
    Pam
    Come see me at P.J. Jots!

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    1. They have amazing planners at Target right now. They are so cute and functional.

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  3. I love the planner stickers! That's genius!
    And I just bought a toolbox to make my own Teacher Toolbox! Super excited!
    I too am in search for a rug...I want something durable, cute, and cheap...is that too much to ask? ;)

    Katie
    Teaching Voracious Learners

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    1. You are going to love the teacher toolbox. Not only does it help keep me organized, but it also helps out my teammates. The other day we were planning together and they knew exactly where to go for pencils and paper clips. It saved us so much time.

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  4. Love this! You just reminded me I need to add this to do my to do list!

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    1. Oh, the ever growing to do list. ;-)

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  5. Jennifer I love love love your planner and your teacher tool box looks so cute! You're amazing, miss you!

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    1. Thanks Lorena. I miss you too!! At least you still have Maribel and she is amazing!! :-)

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  6. You created a planner addict. I blame you for my new obsession. :)

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    1. Planners are a dangerous addiction. Don't even get me started. I have Filofaxes, Erin Condren, Kikki-K. Then the stickers... oh my!! $1 sticker books from Micahels are my guilty pleasure. I love driving to Michaels on a Sunday afternoon and just drooling over all of them. Haha!!

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