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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Functional Decorating for Teacher Planners

Planner decorating for teacher planners can seem like a frivolous concept, but when it's done right, it can not only make lesson planning more fun and colorful, but also more effective. And it doesn't have to be time-consuming or expensive, either.


I'm totally in love with paper planning, and I love using my teacher planner as a creative outlet. But even if you're not a scrapbooky-creative type, using a few simple tricks like these can make it a lot easier to organize all of the information in your lesson planner and make it a lot easier to find the information you're looking for on the page!


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Do you use any "decorations" in your teacher planner? What are you most eager to try out? I hope you found a few new ideas to inspire more functional AND fun lesson planning! :)

6 comments :

  1. I can't find the link to the cool erasable pens! ;)

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    1. Hi Kristine, these are the ones: http://amzn.to/2udY4Yg I LOVE them!

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  2. What do you use to put the scrapbook paper on?

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    1. I use repositionable glue- it's awesome. This is the one I have: http://amzn.to/2tmBss2

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  3. I have never decorated my planner before. I used to just write in it. I just didn't have time during the year to do all that. Holy moly, after watching this I just couldn't help myself. I went to Michael's and am now happy as a clam decorating. I'm sure it doesn't look very good, but it's so fun! Thanks Elizabeth.

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    1. That is so, so exciting to hear! :) Michael's is a dangerous place for me, haha! But I absolutely doing little decorations like this. So fun! Thanks for commenting, and happy planning! :)

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