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The 2017-2018 Ultimate Teacher Planner

**UPDATED: I now have a 2018-2019 version of the teacher planner here!***

I was so excited to see the reaction to last year's Ultimate Teacher Planner. Thousands of teachers have been able to make use out of the teaching printables I shared with you guys last July. I think I was especially excited about this post being popular because I was able to give back to a community that I love so much!

Free printable teacher planner pages - conference notes, lesson planner, calendar, to do list, student notes, small group pairings. Very colorful!

Many of you know that, many moons ago, I was a first-grade teacher. Although I decided to stay home once Emmie was born, part of your heart never really leaves the classroom. I absolutely love that, through this little project, two of my loves (blogging and teaching) get to kind of intermingle to help out a few of you educators out there! This could also make a great student planner if you're in need of one…I've included a monthly calendar for July 2017-June 2018, a weekly planner, a to-do list, and lots more.

I recommend printing these sheets on 8.5×11″ printer paper. Below, I've listed a few of my favorite supplies for building and maintaining a printable planner.

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  • HP Envy 4520 Printer:  This is the color printer I use for my printables. It's inexpensive and does the job well! It's also wireless (both printing and scanning).
  • Three-ring binders: I used one similar to this one for pictures on this post!
  • Clear page protectors: These are great for holding reusable pages (just use wet-erase markers on a clear page protector and erase as needed). You could also laminate pages you know will get a lot of use and use the same marker method.
  • Tabbed dividers: I love the glitter dividers I found for this project…you can find similar ones here!
  • Three-hole punch: I've had this same one since I was a student teacher, and it's still kicking!
  • Good note-taking pens: These are my favorite! They don't bleed through and they dry quickly.
These are totally free for your personal use only. These printable version of these pages are available in the printable collection for Lamberts Lately email subscribers. Sign up here  (for free) or use the form below to have full access to these printables (and grab a copy of last year's Ultimate Teacher Planner as well)! And if you're already subscribed, you already have access…just check for the link and password at the bottom of last week's newsletter. You can always email me if you need help!

Let's see what you get after you sign up, shall we?

Cover Page

Monthly Calendars for July 2017-June 2018

(blank copy)

2-Page Weekly Outline

To-Do List

Weekly Lesson Planning (by period)

Weekly Lesson Plans (by subject)

Small Group Pairings

Small Group Lesson Planning

Individual Student Notes

Lesson Planning Sheet

Grade Book

Conference Notes

Birthday Guide

Attendance Record

I also have one big file that allows you to download every page at once! You can find all of these downloads, absolutely free, in the printable collection I talked about above.

A big huge happy school year to all of the teachers out there! May this planner help you keep a little more sanity over the next few months. 😉

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15 Comments

  1. This is fantastic! I’m not even a teacher and I want one. Lol! Thanks for sharing your awesome printable with us at Merry Monday this week!

  2. What a lovely thing for you to do! I’m not a teacher, but I know I’d love this if I were.

    Thank you for joining the Grace at Home party. I’m featuring you this week–hopefully lots more teachers will see this and be able to take advantage of your kind offer!

    1. Thanks so much for the feature! 🙂

  3. Paul Price says:

    I want to download the Ultimate Teacher Planner 2017-2018 but it seems
    to be in a loop….I sign up, get the password, go back and there is
    not a download link.

    HELP!

    1. Hi Paul! Will you email me at leslie at lambertslately dot com? I’ll be glad to help!

  4. I’m not getting the password can you please

  5. Hi, I subscribed but I am not getting a password… I have checked my spa folder but can’t find anything.

    1. Hi Kelly, you should have gotten an email, but it can bounce back for any number of reasons. Could you email me at [email protected]? I’ll be glad to help!

  6. I am not a teacher, but these would be great to use with my son, and help us stay on track. Thanks!