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Student Planning Binder

We have updated our student planning binder and wrapped it into one editable download! You will find the new & improved 50 page collection here: Student Planning Binder.
Free student planning binder from The Curriculum Corner 456Every teacher’s dream is to have a classroom full of organized students.  Help your students get and stay organized with this student management binder that we have created.  Have other ideas for us to add?  Please share below!



We have created a large selected of printable binder covers.  Allow your students to choose the one that fits their personality!  You will find these covers here:  Printable Binder Covers

Printable Calendar Pages for your Student Planning BinderYou will find current calendar pages here:  Calendar pages for 2014-2016


Calendars for your Studen Planning Binder2013 Calendar      2014 Calendar




Assignement Notebook PagesStyle 1  students record homework and have parents sign

Style 2  room for students to record homework each day

Style 3  this page is broken down by subjects, all subjects on one page

Style 4  this page is broken down by subjects, spread over two pages

Schedule Pages for Student Planning Binder1 Column               7 Period Schedule

8 Period Schedule     Blank Schedule



ContactsImportant Peeps       Friends

Emergency Contacts    pdf    editable word document



Web Sites for Student Planning BinderSites to Try a list of web sites students might find helpful

Favorite Sites  a simple chart for students to record their favorite sites

Web Sites I Love  a trendy and fun place for students to record their favorite sites

Birthday List for Student Planning BinderBirthdays




Books To Read for Student Planning BinderBooks I’ve Read

Books to Read



Parent Contact Log for Student Planning BinderParent Contact Log




Vocabulary Pages for our Student Planning BinderVocab Words          Math Words

Science Words     Social Studies Words


We also think it would be helpful for students to have a copy of the Common Core Standards written in kid-friendly language.  You will find our “I Can” standards for grades K – 5 here:  6th grade will be up before the end of the summer!

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Monday 27th of June 2016

A great binder idea for 4th grade and younger is using a 3 ring binder (3" preferred) with a 2 pocket folder for each class (different colors per class) [math, English, Reading, Science/ History, spelling] Attach big tabs on the side to label each folder - used as dividers. Students place all papers for that class in the folders. Notes and templates are organized daily at home by student and parents, they go behind each of the folders for that class. Planner/Agenda is placed in the front of the binder along with a zipper pouch to hold students pencils and classroom essentials. Blank notebook paper is placed in back of binder. The pockets in the binder itself is for "return to school" (front pocket), "stay at home" back pocket. A clear page protector to keep all newsletters together, behind planner. This insures all papers are organized and sent home. You can see what parents are following their child's education by the organized binder and have a sign-off sheet for parent - teacher communication in the front behind zipper pouch and in front of newsletters. (can be used in planner as well). templates include vocab sheet, book report template (help with reading responses), Cornell notes or graphic organizer to help with note taking, autograph page for those end of the year signatures, cheat sheets for math - grammar - and science.

Jill & Cathy

Tuesday 28th of June 2016

GREAT idea for organization, Amy! Thanks so much for your contribution!! :)

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