I'm a super organized person and I'm always looking for the best way to organize my dayplans. This year, I think I found it. I used this method for part of the year last year, then decided to try an app on my iPad, only to realize that I really hated it. I've gone back to my original idea.
This is what my daybook looks like on any given day. My subjects are all colour-coded and I have Post-It Notes for each subjects. My day is divided into 50 minute blocks.
I love this format because I can easily take a sticky note from one day and move it to the next day if something isn't finished. When I do that, I write in what I did get done for future reference. I've also been known to type and print on my sticky notes, especially when I have a lot of information to put in (I have large handwriting).
When we have special occasions, an assembly or a visitor, I use a shaped sticky note to put it on top of my day plans. With this very visual way, I remember that our lesson will be interrupted.
Since my template has been requested a few times, I've added it to my Teachers Pay Teachers store as a forever freebie. Grab yours now by clicking on the images below and get organized!