The Teacher's Lesson Planner has everything a teacher needs, and they are so stinkin' cute! The only deterrent for me is the price. The planners range from $55-$75. If I decide to continue with an Erin Condren planner this year, I'm probably going with the geometric circles planner.
A less expensive option than the Erin Condren planner is the Today's Teacher Weekly/Monthly Lesson Planner from Blue Sky. I was recently asked to review this planner and their Today's Teacher Desk Pad Calendar. I was thrilled to review the planner and compare it to the planner that I had been using.
I love that the planner has a matching desk calendar that can be purchased separately ($14.99). I hang a monthly calendar in my classroom by the door with upcoming events. The desk calendar has two holes at the top that allows for hanging. I also like that it has plastic corner sleeves to keep each page in place. There is also an inspirational quote at the top of each month!
planbook.com. I haven't used planbook.com, but my two teammates used it last year and loved it. It has so many options for planning, and you can re-use lesson plans from one year to the next. There is a yearly subscription fee of $12. This is an appetizing option for planning. The only drawback for me is that I'm old school. There's just something about having the planner in your hands and at your fingertips. I worry that I would feel lost without my planner in my bag at the end of each school day!
I'll let you know as the school year draws closer which planner I decided to use. I would love to hear your thoughts on planning!