A Peek at My Week! Visual Plans Week 3

Just checking in today to post my visual plans for week 3.  As you can see, I have A LOT planned!  I guess I really tend to OVER plan…which is why you’ll see several activities/lessons I planned last week in this week’s plans.  I’m all about being flexible…it’s sort of a must in this profession.  There were several things that we just didn’t get to because of time restrictions, unexpected events, or just taking time out to reteach behavior expectations :)  FLEXIBLE…say it with me ;)

You’ll also notice that several of my dessert tub activities for math & literacy are now their “dinner” {must do} tubs this week.  This saves me from trying to reinvent the wheel and doing more work than necessary.  PLUS, my kids are already familiar with the activities so that’s a bonus!

If you’re interested in taking a closer peek at the resources I’ll be utilizing this week, just click HERE to download the PDF version of my plans.  All of the pictures are clickable.  Just make sure that you DOWNLOAD them once you’re in Google Drive…they aren’t clickable on Drive.  You have to pull up the PDF version to click on the links :)  Hope this helps!

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15 comments:

  1. LOVE the focus wall concept!! I think that is GREAT! Its also a nice refection of the week's goals as well!!

    Teach on Friend!! We are starting week 4 w/99F temps!! Phew!! I too am ready for COOLER football fall weather!!

    Sarah
    shetrick@gmail.com

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  2. I have a focus wall as well. It hasn't gotten much action these past two weeks as we have been trying to focus just on becoming learners but I'm adding on this week :) Thanks for sharing your plans. We have been using your calendar unit and loving it!
    Thanks!
    Elizabeth
    Kickin’ it in Kindergarten

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  3. Thank you so much for posting this! I love seeing what other teachers are doing in the their classrooms.

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  4. Loved seeing your lesson plans for the week! I have the same problem of over planning. Some days we just can't get it all accomplished!
    Lori
    Conversations in Literacy

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  5. I love the format of your plans! Would you be willing to share the template?? Thanks so much!

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  6. oh MY GOODNESS.... God Does answer prayers!!!! I am trying to be more positive this year and this is going to help sooo much. Thank you sooooooooo very much, I just cant say it enough!!!!! YOUR AWESOME!!!!!!!!

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  7. How long does it take you to complete your weekly lesson plans? Does your team share the responsibility or do you do your own? You amaze me!

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  8. It is always better to over plan than under plan! Love the idea of making last weeks dessert tubs this week's main course! Thanks for sharing.


    Tara
    The Math Maniac

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  9. I love getting to "peek" into someone else's plan book! It must take quite a long time to put the visual plans together so I appreciate your time in setting this up for the rest of us to look at!

    Polka Dots & Teaching Tots

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  10. I love getting to "peek" into someone else's plan book! It must take quite a long time to put the visual plans together so I appreciate your time in setting this up for the rest of us to look at!

    Polka Dots & Teaching Tots

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  11. Do you have a template when creating your lesson plans that I could look at and try to make my own? I'm a special education teacher and each student has to be different. HELP! beck@wwgschools.org

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  13. I just bought your Don't forget my number kit. I teach in french so I would like to translate some words but I can't do it with the PDF version. Would it be possible for me to get a editable version? Thanks for sharing all your ideas!
    Nancy, Montreal, Canada

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  14. Cara...do you still have your lesson plans (like these) for your first grade year? I'd love to see how you put it together...and see what units you've linked up from TPT. Thanks!
    Tonya :)

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