Classroom Schedule Template

I love planning out my classroom schedule during the summer. I spend wayyyyy too much time on it and it’s something I am always tweaking! Even after the first week of school, I move things around… making a schedule is a continual process for me. Here is a free download sample of my classroom schedule. This free download can be edited in Pages or Word. Click HERE to get this classroom schedule template from my FREE RESOURCE LIBRARY!

You can download the fonts for free HERE and HERE.

I give this schedule to my classroom parents at back-to-school night and I always post it on my classroom website as a PDF (the updated versions, of course). I think it is SO important for parents to know how their child is spending each school day. I also keep a copy of my class schedule on my door, in my sub binder, and in my teacher planner. You can snag my teacher planner in my TpT shop HERE! It has everything you’ll need to get organized and feel on top of things!

This Teacher Planner is totally affordable, practical, and ink friendly. All the planner pages come in B&W and the cover pages come in color and B&W. This Teacher Planner comes in two forms: Editable and Non-Editable. 

Planner Pages Included: Personal Information, Student Birthdays, Student Information, Student Behavior Log, Student Transportation, Student Passwords, Student Whereabouts (for student who are pulled out of class), Volunteer Information/Calendar, Parent Contact Forms, Emergency Substitute Information, Substitute Forms, Daily Schedule, Notes (for meetings, ideas, etc.), For Next Year (idea page), Year At-a-Glance, Weekly Planning (available in PDF and PowerPoint), Monthly Calendars, Student Scores (by subject)  

*If you don’t use a Plan Book, these planner pages will still work great on a clipboard!*

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