Looking for a printable lesson plan book? Need something to help your students keep track of their assignments? Check out the lesson planner pages, student agenda book pages, and other printable teaching tools.
Organize your weekly lesson plans with these printable "Super Teacher Lesson Planner" pages. Just punch holes in the side, stick them in a binder, and you'll have a great lesson plan book.
The "Super Teacher Grade Book" is a printable grading grid to help you keep track of student progress. Just print out the pages, punch holes on the left, and stick them in a binder and you've got the perfect grade book for your class.
Print the address book and use it to record student and parent names, addresses, and phone numbers.
Keep track of parent phone calls, notes, and e-mails with this parent communication record book.
Send this notice home when students have not completed their homework.
When a student needs to refill school supplies, send this notice home. He/she can check of the needed supplies.
Print this note to let parents know about show and tell dates.
Going on a field trip? Use this permission slip to let parents know where and when your trip will take place.
Keep track of the weather on the daily weather chart. Black and white version.
Color version of the weather chart.
Invite students to make a colorful birthday timeline that can hang across your classroom.
Write your students' birthdays on these birthday cake posters. The pictures are black and white so students can color them in.
Write your students' birthdays on the cakes. This poster has color pictures.
Write your students' names on the birthday balloons. Color in the chart and add it to your classroom bulletin board.
Add your students' names to the birthday balloon charts. This version is in full color.
Notes for Absent Students
When a student is out sick, use this friendly note to let them know what they missed.
When a student is absent, let them know what they missed in school with this friendly note.
If a student is leaving on a trip, use this note to list assignments they can work on.
Classroom Newsletter (Generator)
Create your own custom classroom newsletters. Choose a layout, and your favorite theme. Then enter your own content.Calendar (Generator)
Make your own custom calendar. Choose a month and year, then enter holidays, birthdays, and other important days.
Students will love the super heroes that decorate this weekly homework agenda page.
Kids will laugh at the cute robots that decorate this homework agenda page.
This half-sized agenda (two per page) features friendly dinosaur pictures.
Here's another half-sized agenda page with pictures of fish.
This is a simple, no-frills agenda page with days of the week listed on it.
This student desk tag features printed letters, a number line, and left-right hand prints.
This student desk tag features a cursive alphabet, a globe, a multiplication table, and fraction strips.
These desk nametags have fish pictures on them.
These desk tags have super heroes on them.
These desk tags have robots on them.
These desk tags have dinosaurs on them.
Affix these five-minute interval tabs to your classroom clock to help kids learn to tell time. Tabs read :05, :10, :15, :20, :25, etc.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
This printable has advanced triangular time tabs. Tabs read five to, ten to, quarter to, o'clock, five after, ten after, quarter after, etc.
2nd and 3rd Grades
Tape these oval-shaped tabs around your classroom clock. Tabs have numbers in five-minute intervals, such as :05, :10, :15, :20, etc.
1st through 3rd Grades
Monthly Calendars for Kids
These advanced oval tabs read: quarter to, quarter after, half past, ten after, twenty to, five after, etc.
1st through 3rd Grades
Calendars that your students can fill in and color.Printable Awards
Lots of award certificates you can use to recognize behavior, achievement, good character traits.Printable Sticker Charts for Kids
Use these fun sticker charts to track reading progress, homework assignments, or student goals.Reminder Wristbands
This page has printable reminder bracelets for students. Help them remember to bring back overdue library books, complete late assignments, or bring lunch money to school.