Announcing The Best New Teacher Planner You Need (with Video!)

You need a teacher planner, but there are SO many to choose from!

You could:

  1. pop some boring Word document pages into a simple binder, 
  2. search the dwindling supply on the Michaels shelves in all the stores within driving distance, 
  3. or save yourself a ton of time and grab one of these beauties which will be delivered right to your door!

Photo of 2019 Teacher Planner with text, "Erin Condren Teacher Planner Walk-Through."

This post is part of a partnership with Erin Condren, but all thoughts and opinions about the products are my own. I don't promote what I don't love! This post contains affiliate links. 


Why this teacher planner?

If you've never had the opportunity to handle an Erin Condren planner you are missing out! The cover design of mine has such beautiful colors and the paper inside is exquisite. It pairs beautifully with PaperMate Flair pens or Erin Condren's own dual-tip markers.

Take a look at my complete 2019 Teacher Planner walkthrough to check out all this planner has to offer, cover to cover!


Which one is yours?

Take a look at all the cover options - from vibrant colors to muted monotones to custom designs - right HERE.

If you are a first-time Erin Condren customer, you can SAVE $10 by using THIS LINK!

To compare how this year's planner stacks up to the previous two years, be sure to visit these posts:

Photo of 2018 Teacher Planner with text, "Erin Condren Teacher Planner Walk-Through."

Photo of 2017 Teacher Planner with text, "Erin Condren Teacher Planner Walk-Through."

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Photo of 2019 Teacher Planner with text, "Erin Condren Teacher Planner Walk-Through."

5 comments

  1. In our board we have 10 periods. I teach 8 out of the 10 as the other two are my planning times. Do you find you have enough squares on your day plan pages to fit all your subjects in including your planning times?

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    1. Hi there! I don't organize my planner by period, but instead by subject. I have always had lots of room to fit everything in. What are the 8 periods you teach? I can't imagine that they are all separate subjects?

      Feel free to email me at questions@mrsbeattiesclassroom.com and we can chat further! I love my Erin Condren planner. :)

      Best,
      Erin

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  2. Good afternoon, thank you for the detailed video of your planner, what it looks like and how you use it. I am very interested in getting my first Erin Condren planner. The link you included for the $10 off does not seem to work. Can you post it again please? Thanks! Catherine

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    1. Hi Cat! The link for $10 off is bit.ly/ECReferral

      Enjoy!

      Erin

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