Lesson Plans

I’ve decided to try a new layout this next school year for my lesson plans.  I’m not entirely sure I like it and may go back to the old way, but I thought I would share it in the event that some of you might like to use it!

I wanted something with bigger boxes (you can search my blog through the Categories tag to find the old one), but I don’t know if I like the idea of having one sheet of paper back to back for each individual day.  I was using a week at a glance type of layout before.  I plan on reworking the old lesson plan sheet and comparing the two.

Here you go…(e-mail me at fuzzlady77@hotmail.com if you can’t download it and I’ll e-mail it to you!)


Let me know if you like it or not!

Kristen 🙂

About Kristen Poindexter

I am the 2014 National Shell Science Teacher, 2014 PAEMST Awardee for Science, and a Kindergarten teacher who blogs about my adventures in teaching!

Posted on June 9, 2011, in Lesson Plans. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I was not able to download your full day K lesson plan Please email me. Thanks!


  2. Please send an email with your lesson plan.Thanks!


  3. Lou Anne Morgan

    I couldn’t download your plans. Could you please email them to me at lamorgan @madsion-schools.com. Thanks!


  4. Email it to me please I was unsuccessful with the download. mssherryh@gmail.com


  5. George Waybenais

    email me a copy of the math lesson plan CCSS


  6. I love this format. It is based on what I did when I worked as a preschool teacher when my twins were preschoolers. I have taught secondary and used the planner week at a glance, too. The form I built is one page and gives times and room to briefly name or describe the activity. It is great for a sub and I package it all up by day in a daily folder with any worksheets, books, etc that might be needed. Note: my school has decided they don’t like it and we post on line now a different way listing all state requirements met by a lesson. I still use mine in the room though!


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