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Teacher Plan Books Are Great for Opening Young Minds

Start the kids off right with lessons taught from these teacher plan books. With dedicated areas for drafting lesson plans and keeping attendance records, as well as plenty of space for making notes and marking students' grades, these books help you organize and systematize your teaching style so classroom activities stay on track and well-organized. Their sturdy construction and convenient spiral-spine design make these books easy to carry, easy to use, and tough enough to survive 40 weeks in busy classrooms from the preschool to the high school level.

Useful From Preschool to High School

Whether you're organizing group fun in a preschool classroom or teaching honors calculus to the brightest 10th-graders in your high school, these teacher plan books cut the big job you do down to size and help you plan ahead. These handy planning aids let you map out the lesson plans for kids of any age, even including college students, and teach directly from your notes. Use the free space in the notes section for drafting lessons in multiple subject areas, for primary grades, or use the space to really go into depth on a single subject among the upper grades. These books have such a versatile standard format, you can just grab two of the same type if you're spending the next school year switching from teaching young kids during the day and community college students at night.

Plenty of Space for Your Notes and Records

Cover page after page of these teacher plan books with your notes, lesson outlines and the occasional doodle. These books offer room to draft comprehensive lesson plans and a large, well-formatted academic calendar. These helpful features let you plan out the coming school year day by day, and they help you track your students' progress week by week. Use the large section near the back of the book to keep up to 40 weeks of student attendance records, which is a huge help for meeting district record-keeping requirements. By organizing your plans and keeping the records from your class together in these handy volumes, you can streamline the least-fun part of being a teacher and free up more time to focus on the fun parts with the kids.

Durable, Easy-to-Carry Design

Carry these plan books with you from classroom to classroom. Most are designed to cover the lesson plans for a single class over a single year, so they aren't prohibitively heavy. Their strong spiral spines and durable card paper covers keep the pages tightly bound throughout the school year, regardless of how far you're lugging them or how many children spill their chocolate milk all over your desk.