Monday, December 31, 2012

Getting Organized This Year! Desktop Checklist Freebie

There are some days that I know I can be more efficient, but I get wrapped up in the details of a project and BAM...my planning period is over!  I made this sheet to keep on my desk on those really busy days.  Happy New Year to my super organized teacher friends.  Let's hope I can get it together in 2013!

5 comments:

  1. Love lists, charts, and anything that I can add a checkmark! Thanks, Caitlin (www.the-room-mom.com)

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  2. Thank you for such a great resource! It is so great that you have been featured on www.TheBYODClassroom.com as a resource for teachers developing their new year's resolutions. The image posted on the website has a clickthrough link that will lead readers right to your amazing post.

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