Monday, July 25, 2011

Two new lesson plan templates.

I've two new lesson plan templates up for sale. They were made for two fabulous ladies that were a pleasure to work with and have now been edited and adapted to meet your needs.

Weekly Walker
This template is a 2 page template made to sit side by side, but can be printed front & back. Subjects in this template are Reading, Writing, Phonics, Math and Content. Always forgetting what Specials your class has for the day? Well, this template has a section for your Specials too. All you do is circle the one you have that day. You also have an area for your weekly spelling and vocabulary words as well as a place for your objectives at the bottom of the template. I used the Pea Heather Michelle font from Kevin & Amanda.
FYI, to see the pictures in a larger format click on them.

 Any Lesson Lily
This template is a 1 page template for subject. There are no frills on this template, just simple and fast. It can be used for a Specialist, Resource teachers, RTI teachers, anyone really. It is even perfect for those paras you all have in your rooms, or even for subs. All you do is fill in the top box with a subject, group or time slot, then fill in the lesson and circle the evaluation. Done! You also have a teacher reminder box on the right, as well as an Objective box at the bottom. I used another Kevin & Amanda font on this template, this one is called Pea Noodles Girlfriend.

I love all feedback so please leave a comment.

15 comments:

  1. I love these templates! Thank you for posting. I maybe missed something, but how do you do the "evaluation 1-6"? What exactly does it mean? Thanks again!
    smbeckma@yahoo.com

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  2. Shannon, great question. If you look at the bottom right of the template, you will see a box with different evaluations listed. You would circle the number of the evaluation you will use during that lesson.

    Does that make sense?

    Ms. M

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  3. Is there a way I can get all of the templates>>>>do you bundle them or do just as....I LOVE LOVE LOVE planners and templates and all kinds of this and plus you use my favorite fonts..I'm just in heaven over here!!!

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  4. You can actually purchase all the templates. I have had others do it before. You just select all the options. I don't currently bundle I hadn't thought of it before because I have only had a handful of people buy ALL of my templates. So at the moment no, but maybe in the future.

    Ms. M

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  5. I love your template! Do you do them on the computer, or print them out and write in? Seems like a dumb question but when I buy your lesson plan format how does it come..? Also is there a way in the first lesson plan to add "teacher notes" on the side for each day? It seems teaching first grade I need the reminder about who;s birthday it is, or which parent helper is coming in or who needs to go to a resource room.. thanks..also love the space for Debbie Diller's math stations I am trying to do this year! I love it! ellenbel5@yahoo.com

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  6. Hi Ellen,

    Thank you for the compliment. I am glad you like my templates.

    When you buy a lesson plan template you get 2 formats, a PDF you can print out and write in and a Word version you can type into and then print out. You will also be able to edit your Word version to suit your needs.

    Hope that answers your question.

    Ms. M

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  7. Thank you for your answers! I was also wondering if I purchased the weekly walker would you be able to add a space for teacher notes? Also the format for that one is great but have you ever done one for Daily 5 users? This will be my fourth year doing D5. We usually do a focus and then a Daily 5 alternately (usually only time for 3). thanks so much!ellenbel5@yahoo.com

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  8. Hi Ellen,

    The Weekly Walker template does have a small space for Teacher notes in the center/bottom column. However, it could be swapped with the content column to be on the right hand side. You would have to request that in your order form, so I know before I send out your templates though.

    I am sorry I did not answer the Daily 5 question. I actually did but my internet freaked out and the comment was not posted. Anyway, I would love to make a Daily 5 Template, but I have never done Daily 5 and don't know it's components or how it should even run. I'd love to work with you on, one though, if your interested. However, it would have to be in a few weeks, when school calms down a bit, that is unless your putting in a custom template order.

    Ms. M
    Ms.M's Blog
    A Teacher's Plan

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  9. Yes! I would love to discuss with you some components of a D5 lesson plan..I don't think it would need to be a custom order, as I think there are many, many teachers out there that would love one, too. I will get back to you in a few weeks. We don't start up school until Aug 22. Yikes! Are you back already? ellenbel5@yahoo.com

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  10. Sounds great. Would you email me and give me some in for on Daily 5? I am at msk1ell(at)gmail(dot)com.

    No I am not "officially" back yet, but I have been going in to work on my room. I've been posting pictures on my Teacher Blog. Feel free to take a peek.

    Ms. M
    Ms.M's Blog
    A Teacher's Plan

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  11. Ms. M.

    Just LOVE ALL of your templates.

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  12. This is absolutely brilliant! creative excellence! Lesson Evaluation Form

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  13. I read that the templates can be edited. Does that mean I can move the subjects around? As in time order, or only editable to put in the lessons? I hope this question makes sense!

    Thank you!
    Katie B.

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    1. Hi Katie,

      The templates are completely editable. You will be able to change anything including the column widths and any test in the template. Hope that answered your question.

      M

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