My favorite thing about the bullet journal is the flexibility. It's so easy to adapt to your needs. In my new role, I work with a lot of confidential information and it doesn't make sense to keep student info in a personal notebook, so I've moved to having a work notebook that never leaves my office. This means I just don't have as much for my daily spreads in my bullet journal, so this new layout reflects that. This is also maybe an opportunity for me to use my bullet journal to really…
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These forms are perfect for the beginning of the year in your music room. Both forms are editable with Powerpoint, and the student information sheet is printable in Spanish and English. This fun freebie is part of a larger Music Classroom Decor
A semester-starter kit; includes 2 ice breakers, a student info sheet, and a contact information update form. Great for teachers who have high student turnover after winter break or teach semester-only classes.
This is a FREE set of basic Back to School Student Information Forms. It includes a general Information Sheet pages), "About the Student" Information Sheet and a Volunteer Interest form for parents to fill out at the beginning of the school year.
All of the important IEP information on one page! I print this form out and write on in with pencil so that it is easy to change. We all know how many times a related services schedule or an IEP can change during a year! I have a giant binder that I keep information on all of my students.
WooHoo! This item is DISCOUNTED 50% off through Tuesday, 7/14/15. I am beginning a new series of Science Bundles and I just want to introduce them to everyone! This SIMPLE MACHINES BUNDLE has an interactive notebook, student info sheets, centers/work stations, experiments, daily reviews, anchor posters, real-life picture collages, worksheets, and vocabulary cards. Check my store for 50% off 2 of my other new science bundles!
FREE SAMPLE PAGES from my spring-themed “Where do the sentences end?” resource. Provide your K-2 students with reading, writing, capitalization, and punctuation practice with these NO PREP differentiated (three levels) editing sheets. Each page has 2, 3, or 4 springtime themed sentences with missing capitals and punctuation. Your students’ job is to figure out where the sentences end, edit the sentences, and then rewrite them correctly. Click for more info! #spring #punctuation…