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Handy-Dandy Notebook
Grade Level(s): Preschool, K, 1-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
Submitted by: divey

Last year I purchased a 3 ring notebook (2 1/2" last year... this year will buy one 3") to organize all of MY things. I made sections for: staff meetings/grade level meetings/lesson plans/student info./To-Do/Mentoring info/Other. Each section had a pocket folder and lined notebook paper for memos/notes. Copies of my lesson plans (made on the computer) were 3-hole punched and put in the lesson plans section. When I would print out my student's grades from the computer, they would also be put in the notebook. Anything and everything I would ever need/get would find a place in the notebook. It was the most wonderful thing to have, because when I would go to a staff/grade level meeting...I would grab my notebook, and everything I needed was in it! When I would be doing report cards at home....my notebook would come with me and everything I needed was there! I will never let another year pass without my handy-dandy notebook!



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