Many teachers this year are in limbo, transitioning from distance learning back to in-person teaching. Maybe you are a teacher who is doing the opposite, and you are navigating how to teach from home. It is also possible you are in a hybrid model – doing both at the same time! Needless to say, this is a confusing and unpredictable time for teachers.
Hopefully, I can relieve some of the stress and frustration by providing planning resources that are not only helpful for organizing your teaching plans and material but are pretty to look at and enjoy throughout the school year!
If you are into positive vibes, healing energy, and crystals – these planner styles are designed just for you!
If you are looking for a more polished and professional look, marble might be your style! Gold, rose-gold, and silver are all included!
Rainbows with pretty pastel, watercolor backgrounds are very much in style this year.
If you love tranquil, starry skies – you’ll enjoy this planner cover style.
Bright & Cheery
After the challenging year(s) we’ve had during the pandemic, these colorful planners will lift your mood when it’s time to plan.
Digital Planner Options
Now more than ever, it is essential to have BOTH digital and print options for your teacher planner. Most teachers are very familiar with Google Classroom, and I love editing my planner in Google Slides since many of the assignments I create already exist on that platform. I especially love the option of decorating a teacher’s desk with reminder sticky notes and polaroid photos (the movable pieces are even included in the file!) Everything is at your fingertips in both the digital and print files. The new double-page format is specifically designed for digital!
Digital Planner Stickers
Digital stickers make planning so fun and easy! There are over one hundred planning stickers, designed specifically for teachers! They include meetings, school events, holidays/seasons, school subjects, stick-notes, tabs, and personal planning stickers.
Can’t decide on your favorite teacher planner trend?
The great news is, you don’t have to choose! These trends and planners are ALL INCLUDED in one single resource!
Design the perfect teacher binders and planners (either digital or print) with 100+ (and growing!) fabulous covers and spines! There are also 100+ digital stickers. 100% editable text! Just click and start typing! The print version contains Editable PowerPoint files and ready-to-go PDF files included. The new double-page format specifically designed for digital, editable in Google Slides. This resource is updated EVERY SINGLE YEAR! It is a lifetime investment by purchasing! Also contains planning pages not only for teachers but for Substitute (Sub Tub) and Student Binders.
“All I can say is WOW! This is the most beautiful collection of teacher binder covers and spines on TPT. All of the pages are completely editable and I was able to change them into Spanish. I had no problem using the fonts. This bundle has everything I need, My biggest problem is choosing which cover to use. They are all so beautiful and unique. This is definitely the ultimate personalized binder bundle. During the May TPT sale, I could not decide between this bundle and a top-rated one. I am glad I chose this one. I can’t wait to put it together when the new school year starts. Gracias!” -JoAnn P.
“Love, Love, Love these binders!! It’s great that I can edit them so well. My daughter even wanted me to make her some for her school binders. He teachers loved them too! Well worth it!” Jennifer D.
“I love that this product has so many style options on AND there are free updates every year. It was super simple to use. I found the design I wanted to use and was able to edit and print what I wanted in under 5 minutes!” – Jennie C.
Which teacher planner trend is your favorite? Let me know below!
Download your perfect teacher planner here!
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Amanda Parks says
The planner is a must-have for me. Otherwise, I’m definitely going to forget or mess something up. And it has to be on paper. I tried the digital planner, but it didn’t seem as convenient or accessible. Perhaps I should give it another try.