Getting Into Planning Mode

Teachers are some of the best planners around. Lesson plans for next week, field trip plans for next month, and even a plan for things to do differently next year—the list goes on and on! Here are a few fun items I’ve run across recently that will help you with planning of all types.


Planning ways to keep students reading this summer? Join the Reading Road Trip from Little, Brown Books for Young Readers! Click here now to download reading postcards and learn about new titles, including the How to Train Your Dragon series, The Mysterious Benedict Society series, the Maximum Ride series, and more. Hop on board!


Planning for your own professional development? Click here now to learn more about the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs available through Argosy University. Argosy offers flexible formats and personalized attention through an interactive online program and 19 campuses across the country. Argosy has a program to fit your plans. Learn more!


Planning your school supply list? Request three FREE pairs of award-winning kids’ anti-microbial scissors from Westcott. Try them out; then, if you like them, include Westcott scissors on your school supply list. Visit to get your free scissors plus free activities and ready-to-use school supply lists. Don’t miss out!


Planning how to do your planning? Promote school pride with custom-imprinted academic planners from Amsterdam Printing. Choose from a variety of styles, plus custom-imprinted pens, bags, totes, T-shirts, and much more!


Here’s one more thing I’d like to recommend you include in your plans: plan to submit a comment to our blog by midnight on Friday, April 30, 2010. One lucky reader will be randomly selected to win a grab bag of teacher resources! (Update: Congratulations to Angela, who was our lucky winner! Keep reading for your chance to WIN!)



5 thoughts on “Getting Into Planning Mode

  1. I wanted to say thank you for the wonderful collection of books. I commented on a blog and was selected as the winner for the week. I’m so excited – the students loved all the books. Thank you again!

  2. Love your ideas Susan. I am always making lists and I even write in my planbooks things to do for the next school year.
    Thanks for the free scissors offer.

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