June 14, 2015

Summer Giveaway!

It is officially summer [well I have to go to a meeting on Monday and check out, but then it's summer] and some of you have been on break for a few weeks now...lucky.

So I know that a lot of people say to relax over summer, don't do any planning, use your time off. Well I agree, to an extent. I'm of the mindset that "working" on your lesson plans or organizing one day a week isn't that bad, and will help keep you from going crazy once the school year starts again. You know what I'm talking about...the teachers sitting in the teacher lounge trying to scramble up a lesson plan for that day! We've all been there once or twice, but let's not do that to ourselves anymore!

I've got a great summer planner that will help you stay on track over the summer so that you don't go crazy once the school year creeps up on you :) This planner breaks down planning by weeks, so that you don't get overwhelmed trying to do everything at once...no one wants to freak out over work on summer vacation :)

Well ONE lucky person will WIN this summer planner this week!!! I'm giving away one summer planner and you could be the lucky winner!!!

Here's a peak at the planner:


There's also monthly calendars for the summer months so you can write down when you're going to work and keep track of your summer plans and work plans in one place. Staying organized is HUGE and will pay off in the long run.

So join with Rafflecopter below, follow directions, and you could be the lucky winner!!! I'll email the planner to one lucky winner, and all you have to do is print it out :) Enjoy!
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6 comments:

  1. I roll right from the school year, mine ended Thursday to camp orientation on Friday and camp starts Monday. Camp ends the Friday before school starts. I could really use this to help me plan over my hectic summer schedule!
    Thanks for the offer! If I don't win it I'll definitely buy it!

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    1. Awesome! Glad this could be useful for you :) Hope you get it!

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  2. This looks awesome!! I love the step by step approach!! Thank you for making this available!!

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    1. You're welcome! I tried to make it easy to follow :)

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  3. I keep several calendars (Curriculum, Student Council advisor, mom, home, meals, etc) When an idea hits (often at odd times), I jot it down on a sticky note and plunk it onto the appropriate calendar. Those random "OH I JUST THOUGHT OF SOMETHING!" notes often lead to terrific results.

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    1. I know, me too. I write stuff down on sticky notes, and then try to transfer everything to my phone. School stuff stays at school though, and I bring in sticky notes all the time! :)

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