New Planner Cover 2016-2017

New Planner Cover 2016-2017

Here is the planner cover for 2016-2017. New Planner Cover     Please follow and like us:0 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like...
Music Planner Cover! – YAY!

Music Planner Cover! – YAY!

So you’ve figured out the parts of the planner that you want to use.  You’ve downloaded everything and only printed what you need… but now there are more decisions… Binding v.s. hole punching I LOVE notebooks!  but  having relied on notebooks all these years I’ve had one too many binders bust open when they are knocked to the floor.  My planners are most likely to bust open when a student backs into my music stand and knocks it over… It doesn’t happen very often unless my binder is on the music stand ready to bust open and then it happens all the time. HOWEVER, if you have an uncertain schedule, or if you anticipate a change then a notebook with hole punched pages is your very best friend. Covers, Lamination, Tabs and Dividers 1.  I’ve included cover pages in my planner.  Last  year I just printed them on plain paper, but this year I’ve decided to print them on card stock.  I have too many sections to use the tabs offered in the print options, and I’m rather fond of the post it tabs so I’m going to use those rather than get them printed. 2.  After using the planner for a year, I also recommend getting your covers thickly laminated.  Thick enough seems to be 10 mm… I had the left, top and bottom trimmed so that the page could fit into the binding and then I CAREFULLY trimmed the corners so that they were rounded rather than sharp.   I left the laminated edge on the right side so that I can add my tabs later. 3....
Chapter 6 – Music Planner Cover

Chapter 6 – Music Planner Cover

When you get your planner just the way that you want it, feel free to print out this cover.  Based on how my planner worked, if you plan on binding your planner, I recommend printing the covers on card stock and getting them laminated in 10 mm lamination.  If you trim the top and bottom of the lamination the extra plastic can serve as a guard and the left side.  The strength from the 10 mm lamination keeps the card stock rigid.  It works great!   Music Planner Cover     Please follow and like us:0 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like...
Music Teacher Planner and Management Notebook- part 7 – Cover Options

Music Teacher Planner and Management Notebook- part 7 – Cover Options

  to download one of the optional covers- click on the link below!!!! DOWNLOAD “Music Makes Me Happy” Cover DOWNLOAD “Music Quote” Cover Please visit PART 1 to download contacts and call records Please visit PART 2 to download seating charts & lesson trackers Please visit PART 3 to download roadmaps, monthly and weekly calendar Please visit PART 4 to download performance & field trip planner Please visit PART 5 to download budget planner Please visit PART 6 to download meeting notes Recommendations for printing and using your planner: 1. All pages are intended to be viewed in a 2-page spread with a 1.25 center margin.  This is to allow for spiral binding or hole punching while leaving plenty room for writing.  You don’t have to change the margins for it to print correctly, but the center margin is the reason why the even numbered pages are slightly left and the odd numbered pages are slightly right…. it is not a mistake.   2.  When you open the this section 2 –  there will be a blank page, THIS page is not a part of the planner.   it is really only a place holder so that the page layout will work, so there is no need to print it.  You can either download one of the covers linked to this post, or you can create your own cover using personal photos. When I created my planner I printed the cover on a thick glossy card stock and it is protected by a clear cover.  I used a photo editor to create a collage of people that I love.   Next year I plan to laminate...
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