If you work in the Metro-Detroit area there is a bit of a teacher legend. In our parts we call her “THE Lisa Lizak.” She does AMAZING things with Thinking Maps, is always rocking an educationally inspired costume and does some pretty ingenious things with a guided reading group. So, when THE Lisa Lizak asks you to write a blog with her, you don’t say no.
Instead, you get really intimidated and shy.
But, Lisa encourages you and you write your first blog post. SO, if this seems different it’s because Beth Wright is behind the keyboard tonight!
As a routine blog stalker, I love when my Teacher Heroes share their lesson plans. I feel like I get to know how that person organizes a classroom and how she crams it all in one day.
As my first blog post I thought I’d give you a glimpse into my first/second grade split!
The image below will take you to a PDF of my plans for this week.
Click HERE to view an example of my lesson plans for the week :)
(I save my lessons side by side in a binder that opens like the image above... More on that soon!)
If you think you can use these lesson plans you’re welcome to download a copy for yourself at Lisa’s TPT!
The template has been changed to the Century Gothic font so it can be opened on all computers. We uploaded a Word version so you’re welcome to modify all you please.
Hopefully this can help you in your classroom!!
Enjoy your weekend and remember to enter our $25 GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY!!! :)