Friday, December 30, 2011

Free Printable Teacher To-Do List

Printable To-Do List

If you are like me, then you are a list kind of girl!  
I know... some people can't stand lists and they equate it to just having....
 o*N*e  
m*O*r*E 
t*H*i*N*G 
t*O
d*O. 
Not me!

To-do lists help keep me straight and help me prioritize what needs to get done.  My life is so extremely active. I have two teenagers and a twenty month old, so you can imagine that I have a lot on my plate.  I try to look at the whole picture of what I need to accomplish, but sometimes as a teacher it can get very overwhelming.  You know what I'm talking about...... things like:  have this ready for the meeting on Tuesday, turn this paper in on Monday, calculate this data by Friday, gather this for the IEP on Wednesday.... it's a wonder we get anything done at all due to brain overload! 

I try to make a list in the morning when I get to school of the things I have to get accomplished for that particular day. Sometimes I do it on the note section of my lesson plans and other times I just use a scratch piece of paper.  To start off my 2012, I decided to throw out the scratch paper and actually put a sheet together to help me prioritize what needs to get done each day.  I am including it as  a freebie if you would like to use it.  I plan to run one for each day.  Like I said, I know that this may seem like an added chore for some people, especially rewriting a few things from day to day, but for me, writing things down each day also helps me to remember what I need to get accomplished.

If you are a list kind of girl, then feel free to download it here:  FREE Printable Teacher To-Do List


Remember:  Be Wise... Prioritize!

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4 comments:

  1. You have two teens and a twenty month old!?! Bless you. How do you get anything done? My baby (only 1 of them!) is 15 months and I struggle daily! Love the list, I am pinning it for when I return to work. I love lists to, but I like this one because it is prioritized!Thank you!!!
    Mandy
    http://mandys-tips-4-teachers.blogspot.com/

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  2. Thanks Mandy! so glad you can use it.

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  3. What a great to do list. I am always thinking one day ahead in my classroom and about what is coming up in the week. Your list is great for getting some of that information out of my brain and onto paper so I can focus on my cuties. I stumbled apon your site from teachertam's giveaway, what a great way to get traffic.

    I am so glad to now be following your blog, I am a new blogger and am enjoying the process.I am also doing a giveaway on my new blog, please check it out.
    Christine
    www.thecrazypre-kclassroom.blogspot.com
    christine_odonnell@earthlink.net

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  4. I have been using this all year :) I SOOO love it! No more chasing my tail and spending too much time on the fluff .

    Thanks a MIllion!
    Amanda
    Rock Stars At Work

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