Wordless Wednesday: BOOST Sale!

I am joining up with Ms. DeCarbo for her Wordless Wednesday linky party.


Today's task? We get to post pictures of products that we have for sale in our TPT Store! Now remember, this is Wordless Wednesday, so there won't be any descriptions. Click on the links below the picture to check out the products in more detail in the store!!!

 



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EDITABLE Teacher Binder Updates!

I am so excited to show you the updated version of my Teacher Organization Binder! This EDITABLE resource contains over 200 pages of rainbow chevron goodness.  The download is a ZIP file with editable Power Point files for you to customize/personalize and Printable PDFs for you to print as provided to handwrite on.  You WILL need Power Point to be able to edit these files. Thankfully, most schools have Power Point included right on your computers.

I purposely designed this with a clean, modern look (without a specific theme or cutesy clip art) because I wanted it to be useful to both lower and upper grade levels. The greyscale versions of the file also make this versatile to any color scheme you have now or in the future--just copy the greyscale covers onto colored copy paper that matches your theme!

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)


Editable Cover Options

There are now 20 different cover options for your binder! There are 10 full-color options including an ink-saving version.  These covers are fully editable, so you can customize them with your name, the school year, your school or subject, etc.  You can also edit them to create dividers for your binder(s).

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)

This version of the binder also contains 10 greyscale cover options. They look really cute when printed on colored copy paper if you are worried about using too much ink with the colored versions. If you use colored copy paper, then you can customize them to match whatever your classroom color scheme is! Again, these covers are fully editable, so you can customize them with your name, the school year, your school or subject, etc.  I just love seeing my name on the cover of my main teacher binder! :) 

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)

So, now for what's inside… This resource has so many different options for you to choose from to keep you organized all year!  All of the forms are available in both and EDITABLE Power Point Slide Show AND a easy PRINTABLE pdf file. This means you have the freedom to customize whatever you need for your classroom, but you can also just print and go! 

Monthly Calendars
The printable monthly calendars print on one full page in a horizontal orientation. The current year's calendar includes all US holidays. This calendars will be updated yearly. There is also a fully-editable, perpetual calendar included so that you can customize your calendar if you need to do so! 

Available in full color… 
(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)

…and ink-saving greyscale! 
(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)

Weekly Calendars
The weekly calendar design is a 2-page spread.  I personally like to copy mine front to back so that they open in my binder so that I can see the whole week at once. If you would like this, the "back" of the sheet will be the Monday-Wednesday form, and the "front" will be the Thursday-Saturday form. 

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)

Weekly and Daily Schedules

There are 3 design options for the weekly and daily schedules as well: full color, ink-saving color, and greyscale. My personal favorites are the ink-saving color versions (below)! 

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)


Lesson Planning
If you are anything like me, you LOVE to plan. This resource has a variety of planning forms, from long-range planning to daily lessons. 

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)

I kept the lesson planning grid simple and black/white. I personally copy this front to back (again, the "front" is technically the right side and the "back" is technically the left side), then hole punch and use in my binder. This form is designed to look like the traditional lesson plan books. I use it to write out a weekly overview of plans, then I type up more detailed plans in my own personalized template that I make each year. 
(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)


 Parent Contact Forms

Keeping in touch with parents is so important! I don't know about you, but I do best when I keep a separate binder just for parent contacts right by my phone! I included 2 options for logging your parent phone calls. I prefer to make a separate sheet for each student, then log parent contacts on that form. This makes it much easier for me to see how frequently specific parents are being contacted. I also included a log where you can keep track of multiple students on one page. 

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)


Student Information
Don't let all the random information we collect on students overwhelm you! These forms will help you keep all of that information organized and easily-accessible. Forms include: class roster, student summary sheet, student IDs list (I record their computer logins here!), birthdays, allergies, IEPs at a Glance, and more!  

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)

(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)


Substitute Resource Binder

Another thing I love about this file is that it contains everything you need to create a substitute resource binder! This binder is an absolute lifesaver when you need to be out for any reason. I made sure I had it ready to go within the first two weeks of school because you never know when you are going to get sick or be out for professional development. I kept it on my desk at all times just to be safe. I also let my team members know where it was located just incase.

You can customize and build your own substitute binder from all the resources included, but here is a little summary of what I like to include in mine.  At the beginning, I include contact information for all important individuals at school (principal, secretary, etc) in the even that  the substitute needed to call any of them.  I then have a tab for lesson plans. I place a copy of all my lesson plans in that section each week, which ensures that there is always a set of plans at school. Next, I include sections for Daily Schedules, Rules/Procedures, and Student Information (like allergies, accommodations, etc.). I like to keep extra copies of the "Dear Teacher…" substitute summary form at the front of the binder, as well as bandaids, rubber gloves, and nurses passes. I keep discipline referrals in the back pocket. Nearly every sub I have ever had has written me a thank you for having such an organized binder! They really appreciate it! 


(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)


Editable Binder Spines
Another feature of this product is coordinating, editable binder spines. They come in 4 sizes: 1 inch. 1.5 inch, 2 inch, and 3 inch. 
(Available now on Teachers Pay Teachers)


Last, but not least… 

This resource is both a GROWING BUNDLE and a LIFETIME RESOURCE. This means that the binder will continue to be updated to include more forms as time progresses. As forms are added, the price will increase. By purchasing now, you secure the current low price, but still have the benefit of future updates! When the file is updated, you will receive a notification in your TPT email inbox. This is also a lifetime resource, which means I will update it yearly. Updates will occur at the beginning of July so that you can prepare for the next school year! 

I would love for you to check this out at my Teachers Pay Teachers store! 


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40 Classroom Reward Coupons
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Meet the Teacher

I am linking up with the fantastic Stephanie Stewart of Falling Into First today for her Meet the Teacher Blogger Linky Party! I have really enjoyed getting to know some of the other teacher bloggers that have linked up and was excited to join in the fun! 




I am Beth Frueh (pronounced FREE), a 30-something elementary teacher from the great state of Ohio! I just finished my first DECADE of teaching!!! I have taught as both an intervention specialist and a general classroom teacher spanning grades 2-8. I am just starting a new adventure as a Teacher on Special Assignment this year. I will be be working as a full-time Resident Educator Mentor for teachers grades pre-K through 6 that are in their first four years of teaching. I am nervous about not having a classroom to call my "own"… but I am BEYOND excited to be working with my 50 (yes FIFTY!!!) new teachers!!!


I've been married to this AWESOME man for a little over 2 years. We have actually known each other since high school, but he waited until I was 30 to actually ask me out. Haha!!  His best friend is married to my friend from grade school. Our moms are best friends. And now we are the best of friends. Life. Is. Awesome. :) 
This is Marshall, fur baby #1. 
We rescued him last summer. He is the best!!!  
He loves going for long walks, car rides to Yellow Springs, 
and playing with his stuffed monkey. 
And cuddling. He loves cuddling. 


   
This is Millie, fur baby #2. 
We just rescued her about a month ago from a local shelter. 
I never thought I would love a cat as much as I love her!! 
She is so snuggly and spunky and perfect. 
And she LOVES that little hedgehog toy. 



THESE ARE A FEW OF MY FAVORITE THINGS…

Long road trips by myself. Vintage cameras and books. 
Photography. Listening to records. Target. Yellow Springs. 
Waterfalls. Hiking in the snow. Winter. Selfies. 
Reading. Netflix. Nature journaling. Chocolate covered pretzels. 


IF YOU WEREN'T A TEACHER, WHAT WOULD YOU WANT TO BE?
Photojournalist for National Geographic!!!


THREE LITTLE WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOU.
Creative. Passionate. Genuine. 


FINISH THE SENTENCE, "________,  SAID NO TEACHER EVER!!"
"More standardized tests, please!" said no teacher ever!!



Q: IT'S YOUR BIRTHDAY AND YOU CAN INVITE ANYONE {DEAD OR ALIVE} TO THE PARTY. WHO ARE YOU INVITING?
My dad. He died when I was one month old, 
so all I have is other people's memories of him. 
But he's the only one invited to the party. 
And we are going to disappear into the woods together with old film cameras. 



Q:YOU GET TO PICK ONE SUPERPOWER. WHAT IS IT?
Time travel. 


Q: WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE QUOTE OR SAYING?
"Think of all the beauty still left 
around you and be happy."
(Anne Frank)


Q: IF YOU HAD TO SING ONE SONG ON AMERICAN IDOL, WHAT WOULD IT BE? 
Total Eclipse of the Heart


 Q: ARE YOU A MORNING PERSON OR A NIGHT OWL?
Night Owl!!!


Q: WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE RESOURCE THAT YOU'VE CREATED IN YOUR TPT SHOP?
 I really love  my 40 Classroom Reward Coupons.  


 I am a firm believer that classroom rewards don't need to cost you money! Rewarding students with privileges that make them feel special helps increase intrinsic motivation, which makes your classroom run much more smoothly. My students helped me brainstorm these reward coupon ideas, so they are definitely kid-approved!  I incorporated these coupons to work with Class Dojo points that my kids earned. 




Q: SHARE SOMETHING WE MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT YOU! 
I was born during an earthquake!!! 


Alrighty, now I want to know more about YOU!!! 

Join in the fun at Falling Into First!!





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