It’s August. Everyone is gearing up for back to school and trying to get organized. It’s so hard sometimes to find a decent way to keep your paperwork easily accessible. Usually, I end up with random piles all over my desk. Well, I think this planner is sure to help out a little!
I know several sellers have cute planners out there right now, and I’ve even bought a few! Since I was needing a few extra pages, I decided to go ahead and make my own and share it with you!
The Speech Planner is super cute and comes with lots of relevant pages. There are a couple of different cover and page designs that are changed yearly. All pages come in both black-and-white and color. See?
This was the planner design from the 2013-14 school year.
And here is the most recent design:
I use the disc binder system to keep my planner together. That way I can add and take out pages as needed, but still get the notebook effect. I’m in LOVE with this thing! Haha.
The inside pages include: a blank monthly calendar and schedule sheet, as well as screening logs, RtI lists, referrals lists, and eval lists. The progress report and medicaid lists are my favorite though!
There’s also helpful paperwork sheets: checklists, due dates, monthly, weekly, and daily planning and to-do lists, reminders and full-sheet notes pages.
-Dues dates by month
-IEPs at a Glance
-Progress report checklist
-Data trackers (use for DIBELS, MRC, Reading programs, etc.)
-Parent contact Information
-Weekly to-do sheet
-Running to-do sheet
-Colorful versions of all the above sheets