Over the years I’ve always shared my first week lesson plans on my blog. You can find those posts HERE, HERE, and HERE. I pretty much change up what I’m doing each year because I am not a fan of repetition. I like to find new books, activities, and lessons that keep my students engaged from year to year. With all of the new things I have now, my lesson plans will look very different from years past!
Today is more about the lesson plan template rather than what my actual lesson plans contain! I always get several requests to share the template, so I finally rounded up some of my faves to share with you 🙂
Here’s what you’ll need:
1. Power Point
2. Fonts from Babbling Abby! For all of the templates I used fonts from Volume 8 that you can find HERE!
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