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sites, these forms, trackers, and other items were specially selected for educators trying to make a
classroom run smoothly.
This collection of 50 printables is handy for teachers, substitutes, and school administrators. There are items from TeachersPrintables.net, FreePrintableCertificates.net, PrintableRulers.net, PrintableCashReceipts.com, InstantResumeTemplates.com, and PrintableSigns.net.
When both a PDF and DOC (Microsoft Word) version are available, both versions have been included. You can customize and print these items as many times as you’d like for your own personal use. This New Teachers Printables Pack also includes an Exclusive Teacher Daily Planner created just for this collection.
Included in this pack are resumes and interview templates for newly hired teachers. For parent communication, there are permission slips and conference schedules as well as a communication log.
Keep track of which students are absent, tardy or present with the attendance trackers, and reward good attendance with a printable certificate. Behavior and Discipline
There are awards for students with good behavior, contracts, and improvement plans for students who misbehave, and detention forms and incident reports for when issues arise.
Charts and Signs
Charts and signs let students and visitors know about expectations in the classroom, from noise levels to raising hands to keeping things clean. There are also welcome signs and signs for letting others know that a test is taking place.
Keep a classroom clean and engaged with hall and bathroom passes, play money that can be awarded for good behavior, an outline of daily procedures and a list of jobs assigned to different students.
Lessons and Grading
Daily lesson plans and nine-week lesson plans exist for short and long-term subjects and projects. There is also grading paper and a judgment rubric. A student performance report helps keep track of progress, learning, and retention.
Focus on individual students with these personal emergency contact forms, progress reports, and reading logs.
A good classroom has tools for students to learn with, such as several printable rulers, a Venn diagram, and decorative labels for identifying supplies.